Region III News 2010-2011

Chesapeake Wins Baltimore's Boyce Cup

MARCH 17, 2011

Boyce Cup WinnersThe Chesapeake team took the Baltimore A League ”Boyce Cup” for the first time since 2005, beating a determined Elkridge Hunt Club in a close final. Chesapeake was especially proud to win in the final year of retiring Commissioner Bill Baker’s long tenure.

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Fit and Flexible at 50+

JANUARY 10, 2011

Greenville CC EventAs we all know, age doesn't stop platform tennis players. These players prove it in a set of excellent action shots taken by Randy Singer at a local 50+ event at the Greenville Country Club.

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Montgomery & Croker Command the Mid-Atlantic Men's Championship

DECEMBER 18, 2010

2010 Mid-Atlantic Men's WinnersHuntley Montgomery and Tommy Croker had a great run to the Mid-Atlantic Men's Championship title. They didn't drop a set in their five matches, and the only team to win more that two games in a set against them was Justin Poletti and Steven Hall (7-5, in the second round).

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WPTL 2010-11 Weeks 1-3

NOVEMBER 30, 2010

Subject: WPTL 2010-11 Weeks 1-3

WPTLGreetings members of WPTL nation and surrounding suburbs. Here’s one turkey who survived Thanksgiving and all its bacchanalia. Yes…that’s right it …rumor of the death of your intrepid WPTL reporter is premature. Actually I would have gotten this article started earlier but my captain benched me late in the third set of the first match because he said I didn’t understand the offense…or maybe he just said that my play was offensive.

For those of you new to the WPTL it is here that you will receive periodic reports (they used to be weekly but the present life circumstances of this member of the press corps makes them bi-weakly at best). We will not dwell too too much on the actual matches played on Tuesday and Thursday evenings because frankly this is neither the place nor the time to detail these events. We will focus more on the subtleties of the play on the platform and whatever else might be floating around a head that was last in good chemical balance shortly before a Kid Creole and the Coconuts concert at the Warner Theater in 1981.

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2010 Baltimore Open Women's Championship Results

NOVEMBER 29, 2010

Congratulations to the winners and finalists in all draws.

Final Draw

Draw Winners Finalists
Main Heidenberger/Shelburne Hissey/Reiss
1st Consolation Pijawka/Wasilov Ketchum/Ashley
2nd Consolation Bowen/Thomas McClintic/Davis
Repreive Sando/Craft Beans/Baker
Quarterfinal Playoff Carpenter/Long Lannon/Zodtner
Croker and Montgomery Take Delaware State Men's PCQ

NOVEMBER 14, 2010

2010 DE State Men's FinalistsThe 2010 Delaware Open, the season opening Region III Men’s PCQ event, was hosted once again by Greenville Country Club and their fine staff. This event brought some of the best teams in Delaware, Philadelphia, Washington, Baltimore and even Virginia together to do battle. Tommy Croker and Huntley Montgomery (from VA) were seeded as the team to beat, and they proved equal to their top billing, using power, finesse, and athleticism to best the strong field. The boys from the south did not drop a single set on their way to winning their first Delaware Open.

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Could the North Repeat its Mason-Dixon Victory?

NOVEMBER 2, 2010

2010 Mason-Dixon CupThis Region III, annual intra-regional event created by Mark Holtschneider, pits the top 5 teams from the South (Maryland, DC and N Virginia) against the top 5 teams of the North (Delaware, Philly and Lehigh) as determined by the prior years President’s Cup Qualifying (PCQ) points ranking. The goal is to reinforce playing in Region III PCQ events and to start the new paddle season by bringing 20 Region III competitors/friends together.

So, true to form, Region III once again kicked off its season with the 8th Annual Mason-Dixon Cup on Saturday, October 30th. Both the North, led by Captain Scott Falatek, and the South, led by Captain Mark Holtschneider, met at L’Hirondelle Country Club in Baltimore for a great day of competition and camaraderie. The North, after last years’ victory, held a 4-3 edge overall, but with the emergence of some new highly talented players, the South and Captain Mark were confident in their ability to even up the score.

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Wilmington Kicks off a New Season of APTA Clinics

SEPTEMBER 20, 2010

2010-Wilmington-Exhibition-415We had a fantastic clinic at Wilmington on a beautiful Saturday afternoon. Over 50 people came out to play and another 25 came to watch. Wilson received tremendous recognition not only with their banner, but also with the raffles: two sleeves of balls, a racket and a pair of tennis sneakers. It was also a special evening as the Wilmington Country Club kicked off the paddle season with a brand new paddle hut and 4 new courts. More
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