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