It was a battle of the brothers on Monday in Maumee. The Szatkowski brothers edged the Bastidas brothers to earn their first Open Doubles title. Dane and Adam were down 20-5 in the first game before going on an amazing 16-0 run to win the game. The second game was back and forth but they pulled it out, 21-16.
"About 5 years ago, I told Dad that we would win one. It took a while but we finally got it," said Dane Szatkowski.
In the Women's Open, Megan Mehilos beat Tracy Davis for her seventh three-wall title!
Sean Lenning has done it again in Toledo. Lenning defeated Tyree Bastidas on Sunday for his second consecutive open singles title. After twisting his ankle in game one, Lenning used the adrenaline to push him to victory, (12), 12, 7.
In the Women's Open, Tracy Davis will face defending champ Megan Mehilos on Monday morning.
The inaugural Toledo Fives One-Wall Open kicked off on Saturday. Tyree Bastidas will play Sweeney Lee in one semifinal on Sunday. The other is yet to be determined. CLICK HERE to see the draw!
CLICK HERE to view a photo gallery from the event!
Follow the tournament with live updates, player interviews, pictures and much more on the USHA Facebook fan page!.
UPDATE: Men's Open Singles final on Sunday at noon for TV Coverage!
Buckeye Cable Sports Network (BCSN)
will be on-site Saturday and Sunday to film and broadcast the open
events. The network is very excited to film the Men's Open Singles
final on SUNDAY! DVDs will be available for purchase after the event!
Attention Pro Players and Fans:
A big thanks to Steve Dykes and the handball players of
the USHA Mid-America Region who have
already committed to donating $1,500 to increase the
prize money at this year's Three-Wall