Board of Directors Election News
help us welcome our recent regional election
winners: Tom Sove (returning from Northern California), Ken Starcher
(Northwest) and Jim Ward (Southeast).
They will take their seats on the board at the January meeting in Tucson, Jan. 18.
Some Quotes from the elected Board Members:
believe in a strong and solvent national organization, functioning with
integrity and dedicated to the betterment of our entire sport." ~ Tom Sove
"We must develop some innovative ideas and ways to generate additional revenue and membership." ~ Jim Ward
"I am interested in increasing my participation in promoting handball,
and I believe I have much more to contribute to the sport and the
association." ~ Ken Starcher
*All ballots were counted by an independent auditor
At-Large Election Taking Shape
A special election is being held for Howie Eisenberg's at-large seat
on the board that still has three years remaining. All those who ran
for regional positions, plus a couple who have one-wall ties will be
running. If you're also interested, contact Mike Steele by Monday, Dec. 10. At-large members are elected by the existing board members.
Nahorniak Breaks Through; Wins in Milwaukee!
The Wisconsin Handball Association and the Wisconsin Athletic Club proudly
presented the 32nd Annual Milwaukee Handball Classic this past weekend.
Nik Nahorniak (pictured) upset the no.1 and 2 seeds on his way to the
title. Nahorniak defeated Emmett Peixoto in the semifinals, 17, 17. Nik
then controlled No. 1 seed Andy Nett in the final, 10, 12! Nett had
defeated Daniel Cordova in the semifinals, which was an impressive run for
the youngster from Juarez who was seeded No. 13.
CLICK HERE for draws and results from the Milwaukee Classic
WPH Race 4 Eight Stop No. 2
Big Ball: Duenas/Cervantes Win Doubles; Hernandez Captures Singles
The WPH Race 4 Eight Stop No. 2 and Yes-2-Kids Foundation/Arizona State Handball Championships Tom Glubrecht Memorial are in the books in Tucson.
In the men's open final on Saturday night, Sean Lenning outlasted Allan Garner in the final, 15-13, 15-10. Garner was up on Lenning in game two, 10-2, before Lenning took control with 13 unanswered points to win the match and the second stop in the Race 4 Eight. Lenning defeated Andy Nett and David Fink on his way to the final.
Samzon Hernandes continued his run of big ball wins, edging Ricardo Ruiz in a final tiebreaker in the first four-wall big ball event. Sal Duenas (setting to hit in photo) and Daniel Cervantes edged Braulio Ruiz and Jonathan Iglesias in the doubles final.
In the women's open singles, Tracy Davis beat Ashley Moler in the final on Sunday morning
CLICK HERE to see the draws and results for the WPH Race4Eight II Stop No. 2 and Y2K Foundation/AZ State Handball Championships Tom Glubrecht Memorial.
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First Ace Helps Handball Programs with Annual Grants
to the generosity of our annual contributors, the USHA has issued its
annual request for First Ace grants proposals to fund new and continuing
junior and collegiate handball projects.
Annual First Ace Grants
are available for new and continuing junior and collegiate handball
programs. These programs require the submission of grant proposals no
later than December 20, 2013. The USHA Board of Directors will announce the Annual Grant awards in mid-January.
CLICK HERE to find out how to apply for Grants to help your Handball Program
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