© Katie Brickman
Sherri Singler (left) and Marliese Kasner (right) of the Stefanie Lawton's Saskatchewan rink sweep as they keep an eye on a yellow Heather Nedohin rock during their Capital One Curling Cup of Canada draw on Wednesday afternoon at Mosaic Place. Times-Herald photo by Katie Brickman
Stefanie Lawton earned her spot in Sunday's final at the Capital One Canada Cup of Curling Friday morning with an 8-4 win over Crystal Webster.
In the other draw, Jennifer Jones's rink beat Sherry Middaugh 9-8 in a big game. Jones improves to 3-2, while Middaugh slips to 2-3 along with Webster.
John Epping kept his playoff hopes alive with an 8-7 win over Jeff Stoughton. It was Stoughton's first loss of the Canada Cup.
Epping lifts his record to 2-3, so he will need some help and a win in the final draw in his game against Brad Gushue to have a shot at a tiebreak.
In the other men's morning game, Glenn Howard continued his resurgence with a 7-6 win over Kevin Martin. Howard sits at 3-2 and is in third place heading into the afternoon draw.