After a great round-robin performance, Jessica Wytrychowski ran into some troubles in the playoff round and has been eliminated at the U18 Girls Canadian Curling Championships in Sherwood Park.  

The rink, that curls out of the Airdrie Curling Club, Wytrychowski along with third Olivia Jones, second Micayla Kooistra and lead Emily Kiist, lost 6 - 4 to Ontario before falling to Manitoba 5 - 4 yesterday in the playoffs to be knocked out.

During the round-robin portion of the tourney, the Alberta champions went 5 and 1 and finished at the top of Pool B.

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