Danny Carollo went 4-0 in the final week and edged out Eric West and Doug Jones to win this year's Spring/Summer Platform Tennis League. Carollo finished with a 22.50 average and a 41-11 (78.8%) win/loss record. This is Carollo's first Platform Tennis League title. Click for complete Spring/Summer 2023 results & standings.
Ellie Halbauer finished the Spring/Summer League with a 13.00 average and a 1,611 pairings points number. This is Halbauer's second league title for platform tennis. Halbauer also has one league title for pickleball. Below are the top 5 finishers:
Ralph Winterhalter took the top spot in the Ironman standings for most sets played. Winterhalter played 87 sets in the Spring/Summer League. Top finishers:
Paddle season is here. It is time to register for the Fall/Winter League. Play will again be on Thursday nights and will accommodate all levels. The priority is producing competitively compatible pairings while still providing time flexibility, variety and mobility. This is our 12th Annual Fall/Winter League - History & Champions.
121 of 150 spots are filled for Indoor Pickleball Session #1.182 players are registered for indoor leagues with 275 spots for Session #2 starting in November. Indoor leagues are planned for 31 weeks on 50 courts at ACES Pickleball + Kitchen, Queen City Racquet Club and Ronnie Grandison Sports Academy (Velocity Pickleball). Details & Registration.
In 12 years, over 1,200 different players have participated in our platform tennis and pickleball leagues. In our first 16 months of pickleball play there have been 719 different players. 12 clubs/venues have participated with 8 hosting pickleball leagues. Below is a prioritized list of our league components: