It was a lot closer this time at the world junior women's curling championship in Sochi, Russia.
Team Canada, skipped by Corryn Brown of Kamloops, lost 3-2 to defending champion Scotland Friday in a game that wasn't decided until the last minute.
The rinks were tied at two heading into the final end at the Ice Cube Curling Center. Hannah Fleming of Scotland attempted a double-takeout for the win but missed slightly, leaving rocks for each team just touching the eight-foot.
The measurement went to Scotland, which remains undefeated in the round robin.
It was the second loss for Canada after a 9-1 decision to Denmark.
Brown is keeping her spirits up. She tweeted:
"Although we did not come out on the winning end of the Scotland game, we gained loads of confidence! Ready for Russia at 2 tomorrow!"
Next up in the tournament is a game against Russia on Saturday, then Japan on Sunday.
In men’s play, Matt Dunstone’s Winnipeg team had the day off after winning two games on Thursday. His rink will return to the ice Saturday morning against Scotland’s Kyle Smith.