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USA Prevails! Story by Cheryl Drake, USWCA


tion point for the 2016 Scot Tour. Twenty women from across the United States met as acquaintances and returned on Nov. 28 as sisters. By the numbers, the team traveled 1,659 miles by bus; curled 21 games


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at 17 curling rinks; threw a total of 6,064 stones (or 260,752 pounds of granite); spent approximately 192 hours on the ice; changed uniforms 37 times; sang 58 songs; paid $64 in curlers’ court fines; and laughed a million times. Te USWCA team scored a total of 807 points to the Scots 568 and brought the highly-coveted Marguerite Roberts Quaich Trophy back to the USA.


Anxious,” “excited,” “ready,” “honored,” “humbled,” and “grate- ful” were just a few adjectives that the United States Women’s Curling Association (USWCA) curlers used to describe their feelings when they met on Nov. 4 in Newark, N.J., the embarka-


USWCA 2016 Scot Tour — A trip of a lifetime


As impressive as these stats are, they pale in comparison to the hospital-


ity the Scots extended to their American guests. Memories of the many gra- cious home stays, scrumptious meals, parties, clever entertainments, fasci- nating conversations, and friendships will endure for a lifetime. Te Scots have a saying, “Ceud mille Failte!”– One hundred, thousand welcomes! – and the USA Team members felt welcomed in grand fashion everywhere they went.


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