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After it is all said and done there is a 4 way tie atop the standings of the Quill Plains Chevrolet Premier League.
Quill Plains Chevrolet Premier League Recent Results and Final Standings:
make up game:
Jayden Bindig Lakeside Agro def Pomedli
1. Delores Syrota def Cory Carter Schulte Industries
2. Greg Harcourt RJ Sales and Service def Jayden Bindig Lakeside Agro
3. Scott Comfort Kenzie Seeds Remax Blue Chip Realty def Dwight Pomedli Pomedli Farms
4. Brian Nelson Wadena Drugs Wadena Co-op Association def Garry Leach Brendonn Holdings/Kenzie Seeds
Standings (Final Seeding after tie-breaking rules were applied):
7-3 Jayden Bindig Lakeside Agro
7-3 Greg Harcourt RJ Sales and Service
7-3 Scott Comfort Kenzie Seeds/RE/MAX BCR
7-3 Delores Syrota
4-6 Dwight Pomedli Pomedli Farms
3-7 Garry Leach Brendonn Holdings/Kenzie Seeds
3-7 Cory Carter Schulte Industries
2-8 Brian Nelson Wadena Drugs/Wadena Co-op
Playoffs games start at 7:00 Jan 12th with the following games:
Jayden Bindig Lakeside Agro vs Brian Nelson Wadena Drugs/Wadena Co-op
Delores Syrota vs Dwight Pomedli Pomedli Farms
Scott Comfort Kenzie Seeds/RE/MAX BCR vs Garry Leach Brendonn Holdings/Kenzie Seeds
Greg Harcourt RJ Sales and Service vs Cory Carter Schulte Industries
Jan 19th will be the A and B Semi-Finals
Jan 26th will see the A, B, C, and D Finals at 5:30 with Trophy presentation to follow including the new “Sportsmanship Award”.
Pictured: Braden Fleischhacker of Team Bindig delivers a Stone. Team Bindig ended up ranked first having the best record amongst the teams that tied for 1st.
After one full Round Robin the Quill Plains Chevrolet Premier League starts is “Seeded” round tonight at 7:00. For the last 3 games of the regular season the top 4 and bottom 4 teams will face each other in a mini round robin. Playoffs are set to start Jan 12 and run 3 consecutive Wednesdays. The last 3 games will be added to the current standing to determine playoff seeding.
After tiebreakers based on head to head the following seeding was as follows:
Seed 1: 5-2 Greg Harcourt RJ Sales and Service
Seed 2: 5-2 Jayden Bindig Lakeside Agro
Seed 3: 5-2 Scott Comfort Kenzie Seeds/RE/MAX BCR
Seed 4: 4-3 Dwight Pomedli Pomedli Farms
Seed 5: 4-3 Delores Syrota
Seed 6: 2-5 Cory Carter Schulte Industries
Seed 7: 2-5 Garry Leach Brendonn Holdings/Kenzie Seeds
Seed 8: 1-6 Brian Nelson Wadena Drugs/Wadena Co-op
Tonights Games: (7:00)
Sh1 Harcourt RJ Sales and Service vs Pomedli Pomedli Farms
Sh 2 Bindig Lakeside Agro vs Comfort Kenzie Seeds/RE/MAX BCR
Sh 3 Syrota vs Nelson Wadena Drugs/Wadena Co-op
Sh 4 Leach Brendonn Holdings/Kenzie Seeds vs Carter Schulte Industries
Quill Plains Chevrolet Buick GMC Premier League games Nov 10 RESULTS:
Scott Comfort def Garry Leach
Greg Harcourt def Cory Carter
Dwight Pomedli def Brian Nelson
Jayden Bindig vs Delores Syrota postponed
3-0 Scott Comfort Kenzie Seeds/RE/MAX BCR
2-0 Delores Syrota
2-1 Greg Harcourt RJ Sales and Service
1-2 Dwight Pomedli Pomedli Farms
1-2 Garry Leach Brendonn Holdings/Kenzie Seeds
1-1 Jayden Bindig Lakeside Agro
1-2 Cory Carter Schulte Industries
0-3 Brian Nelson Wadena Drugs/Wadena Co-op
Pictured Haylee Bindig of Team Pomedli Farms eyes up her shot. Photo credit Diego Montana.
Quill Plains Chevrolet Premier League games Nov 3 RESULTS:
Scott Comfort Kenzie Seeds / Remax Blue Chip Realty DEF Cory Carter Schulte Industries
Garry Leach Brendonn Holdings Ltd/Kenzie Seeds DEF Jayden Bindig Lakeside Agro
Delores Syrota DEF Brian Nelson Wadena Drugs/ Wadena Co-op Association
Greg Harcourt @RJ Sales and Service DEF Dwight Pomedli Pomedli Farms
2-0 Delores Syrota
2-0 Scott Comfort Kenzie Seeds/RE/MAX BCR
1-1 Garry Leach Brendonn Holdings/Kenzie Seeds
1-1 Jayden Bindig Lakeside Agro
1-1 Cory Carter Schulte Industries
1-1 Greg Harcourt RJ Sales and Service
0-2 Brian Nelson Wadena Drugs/Wadena Co-op
0-2 Dwight Pomedli Pomedli Farms
Pictured Norm Fehr of team Leach delivers his stone with Collin Redman and Lyle Leach ready to sweep. photo by Diego Montana
Wadena, SK curling club gets $5,000 donation to help complete upgrades from Rooted in the Prairies Project winner Lee Johnson
Posted by CANTERRA SEEDS on October 29th, 2021
Categories: News, Rooted in the Prairies
Photo: Wadena RE/MAX Curling Club representatives Scott Comfort & Lori Mukush, President Dane Ward, CANTERRA SEEDS Northeastern SK Territory Manager Bret Gaetz & Northland Seeds owner Lee Johnson.
Curlers of all ages and skill levels in northeast Saskatchewan can look forward to seeing some upgrades at the beloved Wadena RE/MAX Curling Club thanks to Lee Johnson of Northland Seeds and the Rooted in the Prairies Project from CANTERRA SEEDS.
“Nominating the Wadena RE/MAX Curling Club for the Rooted in the Prairies Project was an easy decision for me,” says Johnson. “In small town Saskatchewan, the curling rink is often one of the pillars of the community and Wadena is no exception.”
When the pandemic shut down non-essential businesses last year, the Wadena RE/MAX Curling Club lost out on months of revenue, putting multiple building upgrades on hold, and preventing the Wadena community from congregating at a beloved facility.
“The pictures on the Wall of Fame, the stories in the lounge during the Annual Farmers & Friends Bonspiel and the full parking lots nearly every winter night all stem from decades of passionate club members, top quality ice makers and dedicated board members,” recounts Johnson. “The board’s vision is not only to maintain the facility, but to add features that will make it accessible and in good condition for years to come.”
“We are beyond grateful for the donation by CANTERRA SEEDS and Northland Seeds,” says Dane Ward, Wadena RE/MAX Curling Club President. “The money from the donation will be going toward some upgrades in our club and help out with some lost revenue after being shut down due to Covid-19.”
Planned upgrades for the facility include an elevator/chair lift to increase accessibility to the viewing area, insulated doors to increase energy efficiency, live streaming equipment to broadcast the many Provincial qualifying events they host and high-performance equipment for practicing Provincial and National teams, among others.
To celebrate 25 years in the seed business, CANTERRA SEEDS launched the Rooted in the Prairies Project in March 2021, with the goal to award ten $2,500 donations to local causes nominated by CANTERRA SEEDS seed grower shareholders and farmers throughout Western Canada. Johnson’s company, Northland Seeds, matched the donation from CANTERRA SEEDS, bringing the total amount donated to $5,000.
All winners from the Rooted in the Prairies Project will be featured in coming weeks on the CANTERRA SEEDS Behind the Seeds blog at canterra.com/blog. For more information about our silver anniversary celebration and company history, visit canterra.com/roots.