BROOKLYN, N.Y. -- "You'll have to go back to the archives," Victor Lopierre said before the start of the Open doubles final. "If Allan (Sanchez) I win, you can print the picture of our 19-and-under doubles win side-by-side with this." We'll have to go back to the archives after their exciting 11-9 win over Cesare Sala and Pee Wee Castro on Sunday that concluded a great week of weather and handball along the Coney Island board walk.
Robert Sostre and Pete Pellegrini emerged undefeated in the Seniors doubles and Armando Duchesne partnered with George Alicea-Ruiz to take the Supers and earn George his first national title.
From Saturday: Timbo Gonzalez held off a determined challenge by defending champ Tyree Bastidas to lay claim to both the small and big ball titles in 2019. It's just the second time it's been done in the same year, both by Timbo. Tyree rallied to win the second game from a 17-20 deficit to force a tiebreaker but Timbo took control of the center court and the match for the win.
Joe Kaplan beat Milton Jones for the Masters title. Arnold Lee won the A, Jose Tuffino took the C and Jerry Yee won the 65 singles, while eligible for the 70s.
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