NEWS OF NOTE

CSA Men’s and Ladies Singles, August, 2014
August 23, 2014Uncategorized Edit

Originally posted on Hemet West Shuffleboard:

Shufflers enjoy the Hemet West venue to pull off a successful mixed tournament.

From Aug. 4-6, 76 players put their expertise on the line to complete this event. Rosters were made up of 40 ladies and 36 men.

Using a repertoire of solid defensive strategies, a combined 16 men and women went about posting close scores in the Final Tournament game.

Numerous volunteers stepped forward to assure a successful tournament: Sharyn DiChiro and Lynda Goggin drew up the charts and Jay and Marolyn Davidson lent their support as ATMs. Again, the often relied upon George Hayes and Karla Winget supervised refereeing and scorekeeping. A board crew of Paul Epps and Ken Norrin attended to dressing and maintaining of the courts. A fine lunch, by Wini Mellor’s crew was available, in the hall.

Considerably funding went into door prizes. Nelda Lichtwald, again came up with several coupons from local business’s…

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Intense Preparations Are Underway in Midland, ON 33rd ISA
August 7, 2014Uncategorized Edit

Originally posted on The Celebration Is Over! The Adventure Begins:

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Ladies and Gentlemen, Shufflers All; The Courts Went Down To-day!!
The “Roll Outs” look good, very good!! International Shufflers will remember the very good, and very similar, situation we had in Seattle for the 31st. One significant difference; in Midland we are located in the same arena; in fact, in one half of what we call in Canada, A Twin Pad Arena!! For the record, this is “the other pad”, the larger of the two. In 2007 we used the smaller of the two. If you look to the right, foreground, you will see the newly acquired Shuffleboard Trailer used to transport the OSA Shuffleboard Equipment. The OSA (Ontario Shuffleboard Association) is supplying the courts and associated equipment at no cost to the CNSA. A BIG THANK YOU TO THEM!!
The courts not only “went down to-day“; they were also nella sealed!! If you have helped in such a venture, you will know it is…

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WHAT’S HAPPENING IN THE WORLD OF SHUFFLEBOARD
July 4, 2014Uncategorized Edit

Check out this post from Stan McCormack:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=5S-VnhNeDwQ

When Broohlyn is mentioned in the video, this is what they are referring to:

http://www.tampabay.com/things-to-do/food/spirits/st-petersburg-inspires-hip-new-york-shuffleboard-club/2162082
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2014 CSA Any Doubles
June 27, 2014Uncategorized Edit

2014 CSA Any Doubles

June 16-19 saw the playing of the CSA Any Doubles at the fast Hemet West Shuffleboard Club. Vice President, Paul Epps had the facility clean and shiny and ever so fast. The average board played about 18 1/2 second with some faster than that. Caution was the word. After the Pledge to the Flag, hosts Jay and Marolyn Davidson, ATM and Chart keeper, Sharyn DiChiro, with help from Helen Noeltner, Head Refereee, George Hayes, and Head Scorekeeper, Karla Winget welcomed the 44 teams of 88 people. 3 games Monday and Tuesday, and 2 games on Wednesday and Thursday, decided this years CSA Champions. Jay Davidson and partner, Robert Brooks, made the fewest mistakes (kitchens), and repeated their National win. Second went to Ruth and Roland Schneider, who repeated their National second place performance. Third place went to Ken Phipps and last minute fill-in, Marolyn Davidson. Fourth place went to League President Jack Anderson and his wife Carol. In the Consolation, Past President of most everything in Hemet and District 7, Ray Patterson and his wife Marie took first. Second were Myrna Downes and Jim Hutson. Third, George Hayes and Sharyn DiChiro. Fourth were Past CSA President, Liz Backus and Tom Armijo.
The Bank of Hemet sponsored the event and so the prize money was very generous. To wind up everything, was a drawing. The Hemet West Management donated $100 and Hemet Wests Nelda Lichtwald, scoured the town for gift certificates. A total of 21 lucky winners made the day end on a happy note.
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CALIFORNIA SENIOR GAMES
June 16, 2014Uncategorized Edit

The shuffleboard portion of the California Senior Games, was held at the Highland Park Senior Center, in the Pasadena area, on Thursday and Friday, June 12th and 13th. Hosts John and Barbara Irogoyen had the courts ready for play at 8:30 for the 32 entrants. Men’s and Ladies singles were first up. The players played each other in their age group, which went in 5 year increments. 55-59, 60-64, etc, with the oldest players present, being in their 90’s.

After the morning round of games, lunch was served. The weather was typical California, so it was very nice to sit and visit while we ate. Many of the players had faced each other before in the Soboba Team event held in Hemet, or the Western Team Tournament I Mesa.

Friday brought the Doubles part of the competition. Again our hosts provided a nice lunch. The awards followed and we were on the road home by 1:30, in time to miss the bulk of the Friday commute.

Those who finished 1st thru 4th, qualified to participate in the National Senior Games to be held in Minneapolis, summer of 2015.

Everyone gave a big thanks to Barbara and John for the good games, good lunches and good time. All promised to meet again in Minnesota next year

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The Bonspiel, Fast Becoming A Shuffleboard Classic by Dean Grattidge, District 7 Reporter
June 15, 2014Uncategorized Edit

The Bonspiel, Fast Becoming A Shuffleboard Classic by Dean Grattidge, District 7 Reporter This is the 22nd year this event has been a favorite form of competition. The iconic Hemet Muni venue was once again the site of activity. This was an in house Hemet Muni event. The number of entrees was restricted to 64 players and first choice went to Hemet Muni members. Players from surrounding clubs got the coveted remaining spots as long as they put their names on a stand-by list. Each person played 2 games per day for 3 days, 12 frames per game. A $10.00 fee was collected from each shuffler. George Hayes was ever-present as head referee. CSA rules did not apply to this program. Listening carefully you could hear a collective sigh when it was announced that the penalty for the kitchen disc did not apply! Scorekeepers had the monumental job of collecting and collating the results of each match. This was very vital in determining the winners of each bracket. Our thanks go out to Lois Depezynski and Sharyn DiChiro for a job well done. Managers, Marie Patterson and Carol Anderson did a first class job of keeping the tournament running smoothly. Each player was assigned to one of four divisions based on their success in their first two games: Win your first two games, you go to the Red Division, win first, lose second, Blue, lose first, win second, Green, and lose the first two, go to Purple. Shufflers could not pass up the hearty lunch available for $6.00 each day and many door prizes rounded out the final activity at the end of the third day.It was indeed unfortunate that Kerry Selway, Hemet Muni President could not be with us these three days. He was out with medical problems. Winners who had not previously received a monogrammed jacket became eligible for one of these fine maroon windbreakers. Image

The winners were each awarded a commemorative pin. And the winners were – Red Division: First, Robert Brooks, 2nd, Phil Lammens, 3rd, DotNelson and 4th, John Brock. Blue Division: First, Grace Ferrone, 2nd, Fran Hayner, 3rd, Joe Jackson and 4th Royal Austin. Green Division: First, Elaine Flores, 2nd, David Miller, 3rd, Len Sweet and 4th, Charles Morley. Purple Division: First, George Hayner, 2nd, Cliff Dyet, 3rd, Ann Cantu and fourth, Joel Snortland.
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CSA ANY SINGLES, SUN CITY, CA. submitted by Susan Frey
May 15, 2014Uncategorized Edit

The CSA Any Singles Tournament was held May 12th – 14th in Sun City. Liz Backus and Dick Massey [ ATM’s ] oversaw the three day event that had 48 players. Bridget Gerber [President] was busy attending to any area that needed help.

A special thank you goes out to Bill Strange and Bob McGee who went above and beyond the call of duty knocking on local businesses and found over 30 fantastic raffle donations. Prizes ranged from restaurants [ fast food to sit down] hair salons products , bicycle accessories to Starbuck’s coffee.

Joanne Strange and Dorthy Schultz did a wonderful job in the kitchen, setting up a great lunch all 3 days. We want to also tell all the ladies of the club who made sandwiches , salads , vegetable plate , brownies thank you so much for taking the time to prepare the great food.

Special thank you to all the members for their help in score keeping. A shout goes out to Jim , Ron , Lee and Bob for taking care of the board preparations. George scheduled the referees.

Fun was had by all and on the final day the awards were presented by CSA President, Jay Davidson.

Results were:

CHAMPIONS

FIRST PLACE…………. JERRY WHITE

SECOND PLACE………ROBERT BROOKS

THIRD PLACE………….SHARON BROWN

FOURTH PLACE……….WARREN HUFFMAN

CONSOLATIONS

FIRST PLACE ………….JAY DAVIDSON

SECOND PLACE……….GEORGE HAYES

THIRD PLACE ………….LOREN NELSEN

FOURTH PLACE……….JUDY BLACKWELL

PHOTOS AT:

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Eden Roc Hosts Dual Meet by Dean Grattidge, District 7 Reporter
May 3, 2014Uncategorized Edit
Posted on May 3, 2014by hwshuffle

A District 7 tournament would not be complete without some drama! This event began on
April 28th and continued on through May 1st, 2014.On day 2 of competition, the final game of the day was interrupted at about 3:15 PM, when a power outage left us in the dark. Some of the
discs were still moving when the lights went out! All the discs were left in place. We waited.
The power came back on in about 20 minutes. Play continued as though nothing had happened!
In separate brackets we had men vs. men and ladies vs. ladies. There were 44 men competing
and 40 ladies. All games were 12-frame
The Bank of Hemet again came out with funding for prize money and pins which were awarded
to all winners. Honestly, we can’t thank them enough!
What a privilege to watch a 97 years-young competitor come through with a win! – Congratulations, Don Skidmore, you were truly outstanding!
Club Eden Roc’s president, Virgil Mortensen was constantly on hand as the event facilitator.
ATM’s were Sharyn DiChiro and Lynda Goggin. Head referee was George Hayes as Karla
Winget oversaw the scorekeeping.
Joe Jackson did a fine job in keeping up with board preparations.
As 16 people lined up for their awards, here are the competition results –
Championship, Ladies:
First place, Janice Flaherty, second, Linda Smith, third, Bonnie Miller, and fourth, Dot Nelson.
Consolation, Ladies:
First place, Sallie Hamilton, second, Sharyn DiChiro, third, Myrna Downes, and fourth, Deanna
Shockley.
Championship, Men:
First place, Al Elias, second, Ed Little, third, George Hayner, and fourth, Ron Needham.
Consolation, Men:
First place, John Brock, second, Don Skidmore, third, Jack Ramsey, and fourth, Jim Sanders.
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Ladies L-R Consolation Winners: Deanna, Myrna, Sharyn, Sallie. Championship: Janice, Linda, Bonnie, Dot
Men L-R: Consolation Jim, Jack, Don, John. Championship: Al, Ed, George, Ron

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CSA Soboba Classic Team Tournament, hosted by District 7
April 26, 2014Uncategorized Edit

Once again, the Classic Team Tournament, has come and gone with many thanks to the sponsors listed here:

The Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians. The generosity of the Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians does not go unnoticed by the people of this valley.

The Bank of Hemet. Our Hometown Bank since 1974. VP Myrna Torres and AVP Virginia Figuerado support every tournament in District 7.

Poly Glide, Inc. Congratulations to President, Kathleen Cullop, for her induction into the U.S. National Shuffleboard Hall of Fame. Also a long time supporter of the Classic.

Maxwell Medals and Awards. Lapel Pins. http://www.maxmedals.com

M&S Shuffleboard Equipment. 1st-4th Lapel Pins. http://www.MSAwards.com

Val Verde Graphics. 1st-4th Team 1st-4th Team Jackets. jtaylor@valverde.edu

And the many restaurants the gave discounts to the visiting shufflers:

Stadium Pizza

Steves Burgers

Sweet Baby Janes BBQ

Red Robin

Polly’s Pies

Denny’s

Angie’s Diner

Steer & Stein

Hong Kong Chinese

IHOP

These many sponsors not only make the “Classic” the, hardest fought, most enjoyable, overall best week of the District 7 shuffleboard year, but without them, it would be impossible to continue at it’s current level.

Jay Davidson

California Shuffleboard Association President

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2014 NATIONAL ANY DOUBLES – HEMET, CA.
April 17, 2014Uncategorized Edit

The National Any Doubles, with a field of 52 teams, 104 players, was held at Heather Estates, in Hemet, Ca., Mar. 31- Apr. 3. Heather Estates had been one of the venues for the Classic Team Tournament the week before, so the players knew the boards as evidenced by the tight competition, many of the games going to the last hammer.

Hosts, David and Bonnie Miller, ATM and Head Referee, George Hayes, and Head Scorekeeper, Karla Winget presided. The games started on schedule and ran smoothly throughout the week.

Quite a crowd of spectators were present at most of the games, cheering for their favorites, and politely clapping for the rest.

Three games on Wednesday decided it all:

NATIONAL SHUFFLEBOARD ASSOCIATION

N07 – California National Open Any Doubles – Hemet, CA 04/03/2014

Sponsor: Bank Of Hemet, Soboba Casino

Main (52)Teams

1. Jay Davidson – Robert Brooks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . California

2. Ruth Schneider – Roland Schneider . . . . . . . . . . . . .California

3. Gloria Praetory – Art Praetory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . California

4. Sylvia Smith – Dan Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ohio

Consolation

1. Val Mcdougal – John Spenser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .California

2. Doty Baily – Diane Luzzi . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alabama/California

3. John Nielson – Brenda Grant . . . . . . . . . . . . . California/None

4. Deanna Shockly – Bill Shokly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . California

Tournament Director(s): Bonnie And David Miller

The Championship winners had the youngest entrant and one over 90.

You can tell which is youngest, bur you’ll have to guess at the oldest,

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