DAY TOURNAMENT RESULTS – MODESTO ELK’S LODGE
by Rick Thomas, Pictures coming from Paul Panholzer
First of all, we would like to thank the players who came to the
tournament held in our brand new Elks complex in Modesto, Calif.
Some players came from out of state – Cindy Clark and Lewis
Bailey from Arizona and Jim and DeVonna Golden from Las Vegas, Nevada.
We were also glad to have Marion Bailey and Warren Goldsmith from
Many thanks and kudos to the committee for the countless hours to
make this tournament a success, namely Dave Keithahn and Dan Mourgos
for moving and setting up the boards (some in the rain). Paul Panholzer
a cradle for the tournament. Nice job, Paul. Many thanks to Kathy
Thomas who collected and distributed the money. Thanks to Jane Mourgos
and Vicki Hunt for the beautiful picture display for recently departed
Queen of Shuffleboard, Bev Chaffin.
Dan Mourgos passed out California Shuffleboard Hall of Fame pins
to past honorees, (L-R) Bob Hunt , Hal Perry, Nick Chaffin, George
Camara, and Marion Bailey. It was wonderful having five CSHF members
participating in the tournament.
evening, 12 teams participated in the A/B draw.
|1st place – Pat Bayless and Kathy Thomas
|2nd place – Bob Crum and Vicki Hunt
|3rd place – Cindy Clark and DeVonna Golden
ever popular ABC draw started Friday night and finished up on
Saturday. The prize fund for this event was $2,200.
– Dan Mourgos, Jim Golden, John Azevedo
– Bob Crum, Jane Mourgos, Tammy Triqueiro
– Rick Thomas, Lewis Bailey, Max Cartier
The Open Doubles began Saturday morning with 9 teams participating
for a $3,500 prize fund.
– Bob Crum and J.R. (Danger) Noel
| 2nd place
– Warren Goldsmith and Jim Golden
– Nick Chaffin and Dave Keithahn
Open Singles got underway Sunday morning and finished up Monday
afternoon with a prize fund of $4,575.
– Lewis Bailey
– Dave Keithahn
– Dan Mourgos
Once again, thanks to everyone who showed up to play and join us
in the memory of Bev Chaffin. We hope you enjoyed our new Elks facility
and we hope you will return next year. We plan to have 6 to 10 boards
and expanded events to play in.