"We've definitely exceeded what we thought we could do," Homan said. "We're certainly taking it one game at a time. We're not looking beyond that. We're just looking at winning every game we're in."Of course seeing as how he's writing for Sportsnet.ca, Lefko also
Homan said her team pinpointed earning a trials berth as its primary objective entering the season. If her team maintains its current position on the CTRS rankings, it will gain an entry.
"We're just trying to build as a team and learn from the losses," she said. "We knew as long as we could make the playoffs in all the events and make lots of shots, then we'd have a chance (at qualifying for the trials)."
If the Homan team wins the Players' Championship in April in Toronto, it will collect a $100,000 bonus provided by Sportsnet for sweeping the final two Grand Slam of Curling events.
"Sure it's fun to think about the what-ifs, but other than that we're just focused on nationals right now, and once nationals are over with we can take it from there," Homan told sportsnet.ca.
Homan and company start off against Newfoundland & Labrador tomorrow at 2 p.m.