New Brunswick's Rene Comeau advances to junior curling finals against Manitoba
A curling stone is swept down the ice during the afternoon draw at the Tim Hortons Brier in Edmonton, Alta. Thursday, March 7, 2013. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward)
The Canadian Press
Published Sunday, January 26, 2014 12:35PM EST
LIVERPOOL, N.S. -- New Brunswick's Rene Comeau advanced to the men's final Sunday at the Canadian junior curling championships.
Comeau moved on after defeating Alberta's Carter Lautner 9-4 in the semifinal.
"It feels really good. We took control early and just really had to stay focused, make all our peels, make all our hits," said Comeau. "And now we're just really happy that we're through to the final."
He'll next play Manitoba's Braden Calvert in the final later Sunday. The winner represents Canada at the world junior championships next month in Flims, Switzerland.