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Bob Dyke (60+)
Randy Multack (60+)
Lewis Lambert (65+)
Randall Lanier (65+)
Joel O'Connor (70+) 
Mike Driscoll (75+)
Herb Hooper (75+)
Jim Milan (75+)
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20th Annual USHA Hall of Fame
Abraham Monitjo keeps his eye on the ball against Daniel Perez in the Open Singles final.  Montijo won in two games, 21-12, 21-16.

TUCSON - After a full day of handball, players and families  gathered at the Handball Hall of Fame while the sun began setting on the Catalina Mountains.  Junior players enjoyed the Hall's exhibits and watched handball videos in the library while dinner was served for the 20th Annual Hall of Fame Celebration.  

On Sunday, Abraham Montijo won the Open Singles final over Daniel Perez.  Montijo had to default the Open Doubles final as his partner Angel Estrella  went down with an injury on Saturday.  Montijo paired with Daniel Perez for an exhibition doubles match against Steven and Vincent Natale and came away with a 17, (16), 0 win.

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USHA Grand National Awards Dinner - May 7th - NYC

By Glenn Hall

Our first ever Grand National Champion Awards Dinner is being held in NYC on May 7th. We are honoring the Top 3 all-around players of 2013. Come and honor the Best of the Best!

Tickets can be purchased online by clicking on the link below. It seems the top-3 players from 2013 are off to a strong start in 2014 with Danielle Daskalakas winning the Women’s Classic and #3 Megan Mehillos at the Milwaukee Classic. At Milwaukee, the men saw #1 Tyree Bastidas all-around take second and #2 all-around, Nik Nahorniak reach the semi-finals losing to the Champ Emmett Peixoto, a serious challenger for 2013 all-around crown. Jurell Bastidas, #3 all-around player reached the quarter finals.  We will soon list the qualifying Grand National Champion tournaments for both Men’s and Women’s divisions so you can follow with the player progress as the 2014 schedule unfolds.

Reserve your spot early for the USHA Grand National Awards Dinner, May 7th at Lilly O'Brien's Restaurant in Lower Manhatten, NYC.  
Tickets are $35/person

Date: May 7th
Time: 7 pm
Place: Lilly O'Brien's Restaurant, 18 Murray St, New York, NY 10007
Near NYC Courthouse and all subways


2014 USHA Women's Classic
danielle_final AUSTIN - Danielle Daskalakis finished her impressive run through The Women's Classic field with a final win over Jennifer Schmitt.  Daskalakis followed up her hooking serves to both sides of the court with accurate fly shooting to defeat her second Roberts sister in a row.
"I've been playing a lot more four-wall at the New York AC, Danielle said of her improved indoor play.  "And, I think it helps working with the kids at the Y in the ICHA junior program.  I'm reminding myself of the fundamentals every time I teach."

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2014 USHA Masters Singles

kendellCINCINNATI - The Masters singles finished up on Sunday with a number of great matches, including Kendell Lewis' tiebreaker win over Nick Mattioni in the 35s (shown at left).  Jim Karner had a great comeback in the second game to beat Dan Zimet in the 40s.  Kevin Hill also rallied in the second to force a breaker against Rob Pearse and took the title.  Chris Roberts served his way past Mike Linnik in the 50s.  Phil Kirk took his first indoor singles title over Dave Streibig.  Vern Roberts outlasted Jim Corrigan in the 60s.  Merv Deckert was too much for Jim Lowe in the 65s.  Mark Simpson earned his first title in the 70s over Jim Ward.  Ed Grossenbacher moved one title closer to his goal of winning the most masters titles with a final win over Mike Driscoll.  Charlie Wicker outran Ben Marguglio for the 80s win.  In the Open, Victor Palacios beat Justin Baker for the title.

Paul Baker's club has been a great place for players to mingle and players are enjoying the great hospitality of the GCHA.

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