Becca Stuve, left, and Erin O’Rourke take on Stacia Marshall and Mona Schraeder in the women’s doubles 4.0 (19+, 55+) division of the Sequim Picklers’ Blue Hole Bash tourney, held Sept. 27-29 at the Sequim courts at Carrie Blake Community Park. Marshall and Schraeder took top honors in the bracket while O’Rourke and Stuve placed third. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Becca Stuve, left, and Erin O’Rourke take on Stacia Marshall and Mona Schraeder in the women’s doubles 4.0 (19+, 55+) division of the Sequim Picklers’ Blue Hole Bash tourney, held Sept. 27-29 at the Sequim courts at Carrie Blake Community Park. Marshall and Schraeder took top honors in the bracket while O’Rourke and Stuve placed third. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Picklers crown champs at annual Blue Hole Bash tourney

Sequim Picklers welcomed 76 doubles pairings in 14 divisions at the club’s second-annual Blue Hole Bash pickleball tournament, held Sept. 27-29 at the club’s courts at Carrie Blake Community Park.

Below are top three finishers in each division; view full results at www.pickleballtournaments.com/tournamentinfo.pl?tid=3430.

The mission of the Sequim Picklers is “to facilitate the growth of pickleball in Sequim and the Olympic Peninsula for the enjoyment, health and social engagement among players of all ages.”

For more information about the club, go to www.sequimpicklers.net.

Mixed doubles

3.0: 19+, 55+; 3.0: 19+ — 1. Jenna Crouch-Andrew Schuenemann, 2. Karla Wiker-Sven Wiker

3.0: 19+, 55+; 3.0: 55+ — 1. Gayle Powers-Jeffory Powers, 2. Susan Green-Craig Walls, 3. Dave Alexander-Kathleen McGowan

3.5: 19+ — 1. Bam Morse-Guadalupe Silva, 2. Brianna Kosowitz-Gabe Kosowitz, 3. Jen Frasca-Timm Sanford

3.5: 55+ — 1. John Herbold-Mandy Rankin, 2. Sandi Gunn-Stu Sherman, 3. Ed Stormer-Bonnie Wasson

4.5/4.0: 19+, 55+; 4.0: 19+ — 1. LeeAnn Reed-Bruce Reed, 2. Hana Farr-Arvo Johnson, 3. Damon Little-Tricia Stratton

4.5/4.0: 19+, 55+; 4.0: 55+ — 1. Becca Stuve-Kendal Wake, 2. Colleen Alger-Richard Reed

4.5/4.0: 19+, 55+; 4.5: 19+ — 1. Oscar Montes-Erin O’Rourke

Men’s doubles

3.0: 19+, 55+ — 1. Tom Cunningham-Craig Walls, 2. Tim Giron-Jesse Gregg, 3. Don Mauseth-Bill Truckenmiller

3.5: 19+ — 1. Eric Amen-Gabe Kosowitz, 2. Bob Bowling-Timm Sanford, 3. Harrison Hause-Tyler Jacobson

3.5: 55+ — 1. John Herbold-Richard Reed, 2. Dave Alexander-Greg Jacobson, 3. Barry Haworth-Paul Stokke

4.0: 19+ — 1. Joe Mckee-Bill Schilling, 2. Arvo Johnson-Dave Katz, 3. Chuck Burkettt-Kendal Wake

Women’s doubles

3.0: 19+, 55+ — 1. Gayle Powers-Krista Rambow, 2. Jen Frasca-J Mylen, 3. Christina Cunningham-Susan Green

3.5: 19+, 55+ — 1. Colleen Alger-Mandy Rankin, 2. Loretta Spencer-Denise Tester, 3. Jayme Gilday-Jill Reimers

4.0: 19+, 55+ — 1. Stacia Marshall-Mona Schraeder, 2. Mary Critchlow-Hana Farr, 3. Erin O’Rourke-Becca Stuve.

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