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RESULTS: Western Slope Pickleball Tournament, July 14 to 15, 2018

Steamboat Springs Western Slope Pickleball Tournament results

Mixed doubles

3.0 

Gold: Blair Picard and Kathy Nichols

Silver: Allan Reishus and Tammy Frawley

Bronze: Jeannie and Santino Antonnucci

3.5

Gold: Jim Mathre and Laurie Folladori

Silver: Jason Hart and Marcia Richards

Bronze: Kay Redding and Dave Thornsby

4.0                                          

Gold:   Jason Dudley and Teresa Errington

Silver:   Bryan Anderson and Christy Maron

Bronze: Steve Wolfe and Claudia Dausman

4.5 

Gold: Casey Fritz and Laurie Buelow

Silver: Tanner Vann and Rachel Oxenden

Bronze: Jim and Noni Peterson

Women’s doubles

3.0 

Gold: Julie Howell and Kathy Nichols

Silver: Cathy Brideau and Arlene Zopf

Bronze: Debbie Ratliff and Lynn Weatherby

3.5 

Gold: Laurie Folladori and Amy Gibson

Silver: Marcia Richards and Debbie Johnson

Bronze: Jean Baer and Betsy Ventura

4.0                                    

Gold: Wendy Rexroth and Julie Schwerin

Silver: Teresa Errington and Hui Hui Zhang

Bronze: Darlene Friedrichs and Kay Redding

4.5                                      

Gold: Cheri Fritz and Laurie Buelow

Silver: Rachel Oxenden and Elizabeth Westmark

Bronze: Bonnie Scott and Christy Maron

Men’s doubles

3.5                                            

Gold: Dan Hopkins amd Joe Weatherby

Silver: Jerry Green and Gerry Cashman

Bronze: Blair Picard and Don Ciaverra      

4.0 

Gold: Pete Bergmann and Bruce Gregg

Silver: Rick Garth and Gary Fey

Bronze: Jason Hart and Scott Grant

4.5 

Gold: Dave Brown and Tom Scimeca

Silver: Chris Branson and Dave Redding

Bronze: Scott Campbell and Casey Fritz


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