ATLANTA — Day three of the USHA Four-Wall National Doubles produced several national champions.
Vince San Angelo and his partner Ed Grossenbacher brought home the 80 doubles title against Dale Ziegler and Karl Lady in a back and forth tiebreaker match which they won 17-21, 21-13, 11-6.
David Ackerman and Jim Smith defeated number one seed David Hinkleman and Robert Bardwell 21-10, 21-13 to claim the 75 doubles title.
The 70’s belonged to Eugene Dalessio and Merv Deckert after they defeated Edward Campbell and Gary Maushardt in a tiebreaker 19-21, 21-13, 11-1.
Lloyd Garcia and Gary Scogin came from behind in their final against Greg Sizemore and Bob Lohmueller to win the 65 final 16-21, 21-5, 11-4.
Juan Canales and Lance Wachholz claimed their title Saturday night after defeating everyone in their 50 plus doubles round robin.
Jorge Lopez and Zach Wachholz shocked the rest of the A field by pairing up for the first time and going undefeated in round robin play to win the A doubles title.
Lastly, Sean Lenning and Nick Mattioni won the open round robin doubles after defeating Max Langmack and Sam Esser today. Despite losing a match to the Cordova brothers, Lenning and Mattioni won more games than anyone else.
Thanks to all the Atlanta Handball players and the Recreational ATL staff for making this a great tournament. Check out all of the results HERE.
ATLANTA — Day two of the USHA Four-Wall National Doubles gave us our first national champions of the weekend. Local favorite Lance Wachholz teamed with Juan Canales to win the 50 doubles division. Wachholz and Canales navigated through a tough 5 team round robin and needed two tie breaker victories to secure the title. The open doubles today produced great action as well, beginning with Killian Carroll and Gabhain McCcrystall defeating Max Langmack and Sam Esser in a tight tiebreaker. That was followed by Luis and Daniel Cordova edging Sean Lenning and his partner Nick Mattioni in another tiebreaker thriller 21-9, 20-21, 11-2. The Cordovas control their own destiny tommorow and will take home the open title if they win against Carroll and McCcrystall. Check out all of the finals scheduled for tommorow by clicking HERE.
ATLANTA — Day one of the USHA Four-Wall Nationals Doubles Championships kicked off this weekend with the quarterfinals beginning Friday. Daniel and Luis Cordova entered the tournament as the number one seed and got off to a good start by defeating Max Langmack and Sam Esser 21-11, 21-19. Arguably the best match of the day was the last match of the day in the 50 doubles, when Juan Canales and Lance Wachholz defeated Jared Vale and Andy Rousseau in a two hour tiebreaker thriller, 21-13, 19-21, 11-7. Many of the semifinals will begin tomorrow, be sure to follow along with the brackets HERE and watch the live feed of the show courts on our Facebook page.
LILBURN, Ga. — First matches for the 2021 USHA National Four-Wall Doubles Championships begin tomorrow at Rec ATL. See the draws and follow the results HERE.