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Carey takes Manitoba Scotties

Chelsea Carey and Kerri Einarson instruct their sweepers as they compete during the final of the Scotties Provincial Curling Championship at the Tundra Oil & Gas Place in Virden, Manitoba, Sunday, January 12, 2014. (TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Carey takes Manitoba Scotties
Kristen Foster and Lindsay Titheridge sweep for skip, Chelsea Carey after she throws a rock against Kerri Einarson.  (TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Kerri Einarson instructs her sweepers early in the final against team Chelsea Carey. (TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Kerri Einarson looks on as Chelsea Carey watches her sweepers early in the final. (TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Coach and father, Dan Carey, speaks with Chelsea Carey as she faces Kerri Einarson during the final. (TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Curling fans watch the action. (TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
(TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Chelsea Carey instructs her sweepers.  (TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Nat Howard and his 20-month-old son, Callan, take in the action. (TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Tundra Oil & Gas Place in Virden, Manitoba. (TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
(TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Chelsea Carey defeats Kerri Einarson in the final of the Scotties Provincial Curling Championship. (TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Chelsea Carey, second from left, and her rink, Kristy McDonald, Lindsay Titheridge and Kristen Foster, celebrate after defeating Kerri Einarson in the final. (TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
As her father and coach, Dan Carey looks on, Chelsea Carey smiles to the crowd. (TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Chelsea Carey and her rink, Kristy McDonald, Kristen Foster, Lindsay Titheridge and coach Dan Carey pose for photos after defeating Kerri Einarson in the final of the Scotties Provincial Curling Championship.  (TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Chelsea Carey and Kerri Einarson instruct their sweepers as they compete during the final of the Scotties Provincial Curling Championship at the Tundra Oil & Gas Place in Virden, Manitoba, Sunday, January 12, 2014. (TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Kristen Foster and Lindsay Titheridge sweep for skip, Chelsea Carey after she throws a rock against Kerri Einarson. (TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Kerri Einarson instructs her sweepers early in the final against team Chelsea Carey. (TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Kerri Einarson looks on as Chelsea Carey watches her sweepers early in the final. (TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Coach and father, Dan Carey, speaks with Chelsea Carey as she faces Kerri Einarson during the final. (TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Curling fans watch the action. (TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
(TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Chelsea Carey instructs her sweepers. (TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Nat Howard and his 20-month-old son, Callan, take in the action. (TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Tundra Oil & Gas Place in Virden, Manitoba. (TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
(TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Chelsea Carey defeats Kerri Einarson in the final of the Scotties Provincial Curling Championship. (TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Chelsea Carey, second from left, and her rink, Kristy McDonald, Lindsay Titheridge and Kristen Foster, celebrate after defeating Kerri Einarson in the final. (TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
As her father and coach, Dan Carey looks on, Chelsea Carey smiles to the crowd. (TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Chelsea Carey and her rink, Kristy McDonald, Kristen Foster, Lindsay Titheridge and coach Dan Carey pose for photos after defeating Kerri Einarson in the final of the Scotties Provincial Curling Championship. (TREVOR HAGAN/WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)

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Updated on Sunday, January 12, 2014 at 9:15 PM CST: Spelling error corrected

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