Games & Tournaments

2018 USHA Hall of Fame Tournament

New! Videos uploaded...TUCSON, Ariz. -- Abe Montijo, coach and mentor for the Fred Lewis Foundation, showed the young ones how it's done on Sunday.  Montijo upset Braulio Ruiz to take the Open singles and team with Ruiz to win the doubles over two of his proteges, Pedro Murillo and Carlos Espinoza. 

Video has been posted for a number of matches, including the Open final. Click here: https://bracketace.com/wp/video/?tid=144

Ashley Moler beat Beth Blackstone for the Women's title and then fell just a bit short in the A singles final against Ivan Lugo.  Vinnie Natale emerged undefeated in the 40 singles as did Andy Wills and Jim Westerman in the 50 doubles.

It was a great weekend in the Old Pueblo with players enjoying the Saturday Evening Banquet at the Hall of Fame where Kelly Albers was presented the Marty Decatur Sportsmanship Award.  Next year, the Hall of Fame will celebrate its 25th anniversary and is looking to add the Masters singles and Women's Classic to the weekend's activity.

Many thanks to Charlie Wicker, Vince San Angelo and the Tucson Community for a great weekend.
Brackets and Results can be found on the tournaments BRACKET ACE HERE [Main Page]

SPECIAL THANKS TO THE TREMENDOUS SUPPORT RECEIVED BY OUR TOURNAMENT SPONSORS AND SUPPORTERS: 

Fred Banfield
Charlie Wicker
Fred Lewis
Carl Porter
David Vincent – WPH
Joe Wright
Doug Clark
Brian Wessel
Joe Wright
Doug Clark
Brian Wessel
Jack Herbst
Ron Deriana
Paul Flasch    
Ron Kroll
Ken Hartnett
John Ross
Rich Stevens
Alex Jacome
Vince San Angelo
Pete Jorgensen
Bob Henry
John Stalder
Andy Onate
Don Wharton
Steve Sheldon
Jack Herbst
Ron Deriana
Paul Flasch    
Ron Kroll
Ken Hartnett
Kam Nassar
Larry Lenning
Leo Carrillo
       


 




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