[[1:16.3335]] CHAMPION: Barber/Heidt Wins SaskTel Curling Stadium Swift Current Doubles

CHAMPION: Barber/Heidt Wins SaskTel Curling Stadium Swift Current Doubles

Nov 26 - 28, 2021

Martensville, Saskatchewan
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Brett
Barber

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Mitch
Heidt

 
Games: 8  
Record: 6W - 2L  
PF/G: 9.14  
PA/G: 6.55  
Hammer Efficiency: 0.33  
Steal Defense: 0.30  
Force Efficiency: 0.61  
Steal Efficiency: 0.42  
Brett Barber/Mitch Heidt (Martensville, SK) won 8-6 over Sherry Just/Ryan Deis (Prince Albert, SK) in the Final To advance to the championship game, Barber/Heidt won 7-2 over Chaelynn Kitz/Brayden Stewart (Saskatoon, SK) in the semifinals of the SaskTel Curling Stadium Swift Current Doubles in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada; and won 8-2 over Raechel Schlechter/Chris Haichert (Swift Current, SK) in the quarterfinals. of the SaskTel Curling Stadium Swift Current Doubles in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada;
 
Barber/Heidt finished 2-2 in the 10 team SaskTel Curling Stadium Swift Current Doubles qualifying round, held November 26 - 28 at the Swift Current Curling Club in Swift Current, Canada. In their opening game, Barber/Heidt defeated Jaelyn Cotter/Jim Cotter (Vernon, BC) 7-6, then won 8-7 against Jazmin Ackerman/Brett Behm (Saskatoon, SK). Barber/Heidt went on to lose 5-4 against Just/Deis. Barber/Heidt lost 8-6 to Samantha Yachiw/Jordan Raymond (Saskatoon, SK) in their final qualifying round match.
 
For winning the SaskTel Curling Stadium Swift Current Doubles Championship title, Barber/Heidt earned 16.334 world rankings points along with the $1,000CDN first prize cheque. For week 18 of the event schedule, Barber/Heidt did not improve upon their best events, remaining at th place on the World Ranking Standings with total points. Barber/Heidt ranks th overall on the Year-to-Date rankings with points earned so far this season.
 

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