[[1:20.0220]] CHAMPION: Hersikorn/Laycock Wins Craven SPORTS Services Mixed Doubles

CHAMPION: Hersikorn/Laycock Wins Craven SPORTS Services Mixed Doubles

Sep 10 - 12, 2021

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Player Photo
Female
Patty
Hersikorn

  Player Photo
Male
Steve
Laycock

 
Games: 6  
Record: 5W - 1L  
PF/G: 10.24  
PA/G: 5.61  
Hammer Efficiency: 0.29  
Steal Defense: 0.24  
Force Efficiency: 0.50  
Steal Efficiency: 0.50  
Patty Hersikorn/Steve Laycock (Saskatoon, SK) won 7-1 over Kim Hodson/Shawn Joyce (Saskatoon, SK) in the Final To advance to the championship game, Hersikorn/Laycock won 7-4 over Madison Kleiter/Brayden Stewart (Saskatoon, SK) in the semifinals of the Craven SPORTS Services Mixed Doubles in Martensville, Saskatchewan, Canada; and won 6-5 over Jaelyn Cotter/Jim Cotter (Vernon, BC) in the quarterfinals. of the Craven SPORTS Services Mixed Doubles in Martensville, Saskatchewan, Canada;
 
Hersikorn/Laycock finished 2-1 in the 12 team Craven SPORTS Services Mixed Doubles qualifying round, held September 10 - 12 at the Martensville Curling Club in Martensville, Canada. In their opening game, Hersikorn/Laycock defeated Kailee Popowich/James Owens (Saskatoon, SK) 9-5, then went on to lose 6-5 against Jill Springer/Garret Springer (Regina, SK). Hersikorn/Laycock responded with a 8-2 win over Krista Ellingson/Carl deConinck Smith (Regina, SK) in their final qualifying round match.
 
For winning the Craven SPORTS Services Mixed Doubles Championship title, Hersikorn/Laycock earned 20.022 world rankings points along with the $1,100CDN first prize cheque, remaining in 697th place overall on the World Ranking Standings with 21.291 total points. Hersikorn/Laycock ranks 10th overall on the Year-to-Date rankings with 20.022 points earned so far this season.
 

Recent News

Recent
Canadian teams remain in playoff hunt at World Juniors

Canadian teams remain in playoff hunt at World Juniors

Canada's Team Purcell (Picture: WCF) split the day on Tuesday at the World Junior Curling Championships, picking up a win against New Zealand before falling to Switzerland.

Curling Photos

Recent

Curling Blogs

Facebook Feed

Twitter Feed

To top ↑