Jones crushes B.C. rink

Skip Jennifer Jones and her Team Canada rink made quick work of B.C.'s Kelly Scott on Tuesday...

Skip Jennifer Jones and her Team Canada rink made quick work of B.C.'s Kelly Scott on Tuesday morning. (REUTERS/Shaun Best)

PAUL FRIESEN, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 12:48 PM ET

CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — Team Canada's Jennifer Jones bounced back in a big way from a Monday night loss to P.E.I. at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts, rattling off a 10-2 win over B.C. Tuesday morning.

"We came out and played better, which we tend to do after a loss," Jones said. "That was nice to see."

The win improves Jones' record to 4-2, behind 5-0 Ontario and Saskatchewan, who meet in a battle of frontrunners this afternoon.

In other games, Manitoba's Cathy Overton-Clapham all but saw her playoff hopes disappear, falling to 1-5 after an 8-7, extra-end loss to Heather Smith-Dacey of Nova Scotia.

Overton-Clapham had a draw for two in the 10th, but her rock was heavy.

"I'm disappointed," Overton-Clapham said. "I had a shot to win the game and I didn't make it."

Smith-Dacey is 4-2, tied for third place with Canada.

Quebec is 3-3 after beating last-place Newfoundland 10-6.

The Territories won its second straight, defeating New Brunswick, 7-4.


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