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An all BPC Finals in the snowy Weekend Warriors
Recap from Tournament Director David McNaughton: Warriors from all over New England ascended on Boston to compete in the 2nd annual Wellesley Weekend Warrior paddle tournament. Winter storm Scott relentlessly dropped snow on the tournament sites throughout the day which made for challenging paddle conditions. The court heaters were humming as the players battled at Brae Burn and Wellesley and the draw stayed on schedule despite the wintery setting. Early on you could tell that the tournament was going to have its fair share of drama when the father/son defending champs Bill and Ben Davis, went down to Remington Pope and Nathaniel Mason 6-2,6-2. The father/ son duo regrouped and produced two strong performances in the Quarter Reprieve draw and beat Matt Nazarenko and Ted Danglemeyer in the finals 6-4,7-6(5). In the consolation bracket, Barry Nectow and Brian Henry won an exciting 1-6,7-6,6-2 battle against the home town warriors John Murray and Mark Lund. The men from Maine, John Sheehan and Rob Breed trekked a long distance to compete among Boston’s best and lost a tight three setter in the semis to eventual champs Chris Jeffery and Csaba Pazmany. On the top half of the draw, the 4th seed Chris Weiss and Louis Crose got on an early roll and defeated Remington Pope and Nathaniel Mason 6-1,6-1 to gain entry into the finals. A quick lunch break provided by the legendary Linden Deli ensured that the Warriors were well fed and hydrated before the all Brookline Paddle Club final. In the end, Chris Jeffery and Csaba Pazmany had too much fire power off the deck and beat their comrades Chris Weiss and Louis Crose 6-2,6-1 to take home the coveted Yeti cup! A great time was had by all and we hope to see you again next year! Next up in the Boston area paddle tournament series is the Squirrel Cup. Players with a ranking of 22 and up are encouraged to participant in this great tournament. Registration and further information can be found on the GBPTL website! Final Results: Champions-Chris Jeffery/ Csaba Pazmany- Brookline paddle Finalists-Chris Weiss/Louis Crose-Brookline paddle Consolation winners- Barry Nectow/Brian Henry-Brookline paddle Quarter Reprieve winners-Bill Davis/Ben Davis-Winchester Country Club Last Chance winners-Lloyd Geisinger/John Foreman-Wellesley Country Club 3RD place-John Sheehan/ Rob Breed-Arundel Paddle Club/Portland Country Club 4TH place-Remington Pope/Nathaniel Mason-The Country Club
Dedham's Jake Homiller and Randy Mahoney win 2019 Ferocious Forties
The 2nd annual Ferocious 40’s Men’s C Paddle Tournament was held at Dedham Country and Polo Club on Saturday, February 2th. This is the first event of 2019 in a series of paddle tournaments tiered for different ability levels of players in the Boston area. To qualify, entrants had to have a player rating no lower than 42 and a team average no lower than 46 at the time they registered. Dedham Country and Polo Club and Wellesley Country Club made their facilities available to the players for this tourney. Many thanks to the members and staff of those clubs for all their efforts and hospitality. 13 teams competed for this now coveted title. Matches began at 8:30am and the finals concluded at 3:00pm. All teams played at least 3 matches. At the end of the day legs were tired and nerves were frayed, but the comradery of the players watching the final and the war-stories they had to share over a few beers made it TOTALLY worth it. In the first semifinal the team of Loranger/Griebel (DCPC) took on Homiller/Mahoney (also DCPC). Loranger/Griebel had just upset the #1 seeded team of Schrager/Schrager (CCC) in an epic match, 6-4, 4-6, 7-6 (7-3). Homiller/Mahoney were able to defeat Loranger/Griebel 6-4, 6-2 before they could catch their breath from the previous match. In the second semifinal McNay/Glick (TCC), having survived their own 3-set quarterfinal over Donahue/Conlon (BPC), defeated Burns/Geremia (DCPC) 6-3, 6-3. Everyone grabbed a plate of good Italian food and settled in for the final…and what a final it was. The teams traded the first two sets, 6 games to 4 in each, and then traded hard-fought games up to 6-6 in the third. The championship came down to a 3rd set tie-breaker in which Homiller/Mahoney edged out McNay/Glick 7 points to 5. Congratulations Jake and Randy! 2019 results Champions – Jake Homiller and Randy Mahoney (DCPC) Finalists – Seth McNay/Steven Glick (TCC) Quarter reprieve winners – Dan Schrager/Dave Schrager (CCC) Consolation winners – James Benenson/Alex Miguel (TCC) Reprieve Consolation – Barry Nectow/Bob Prendergast (BPC) Last Chance winners – Jeff Teschke/Steve Vanourney (WCC) Next up in the series is the Wellesley Weekend Warriors event on March 2nd for teams with an average rating of 38 or above. Then TCC will host the Squirrel Cup for teams 22 or above. Registration and information on all of these tournaments can be found at
Team Points Weeks
Blackrock 1 0 0/7
Brookline Paddle 1 0 0/7
Cape Ann 1 0 0/7
Dedham 1 0 0/7
The Country Club 1 0 0/7
The Platform Tennis Club 1 0 0/7
Wellesley 1 0 0/7
Weston 1 0 0/7
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