[[3:13.0156]] Barker Reaches SaskTel Curling Stadium Swift Current Women's Spiel Semifinals

Barker Reaches SaskTel Curling Stadium Swift Current Women's Spiel Semifinals

Dec 3 - 5, 2021

Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
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Penny
Barker

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Third
Christie
Gamble

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Second
Jenna
Enge

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Lead
Danielle
Sicinski

 
Games: 5  
Record: 3W - 2L  
PF/G: 7.35  
PA/G: 5.59  
Hammer Efficiency: 0.27  
Steal Defense: 0.38  
Force Efficiency: 0.78  
Steal Efficiency: 0.44  
Penny Barker (Moose Jaw, SK) run at the SaskTel Curling Stadium Swift Current Women's Spiel came to an end in the semifinals with a 6-3 loss to Robyn Silvernagle (North Battleford, SK). of the SaskTel Curling Stadium Swift Current Women's Spiel in Swift Current, Saskatchewan; Barker advanced through the quarterfinals with a 7-2 win over Ashley Howard (Saskatoon, SK). of the SaskTel Curling Stadium Swift Current Women's Spiel in Swift Current, Saskatchewan;
 
Barker finished 2-1 in the 12 team SaskTel Curling Stadium Swift Current Women's Spiel qualifying round, held December 3 - 5 in , . In their opening game, Barker defeated Stasia Wisniewski (Regina, SK) 7-2 to advance to a A-Qualifier game where they lost 6-3 against Michelle Englot (Regina, SK) to drop into a B-Qualifier game where they responded with a 5-3 win over Sherry Just (Saskatoon, SK) to advance to the playoff round. in their final qualifying round match.
 
Barker earned 13.016 world rankings points for their Top 3 finish in the SaskTel Curling Stadium Swift Current Women's Spiel, moving up 3 spots the World Ranking Standings into 27th place overall with 125.130 total points. Barker ranks 27th overall on the Year-to-Date rankings with 72.133 points earned so far this season.
 

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