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40 Players Compete in Maui Pickleball Tournament

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Maui Pickleball Tournament, May 25, 2019: Greg Smith and Nettie Loney vs Alex Loria and Mark Erickson. PC: Laurie Loney

Forty players participated in the Maui Pickleball Tournament held on May 25, 2019, at Eddie Tam Gym and two private courts.

Divisions in the tournament were 4.0 Mixed, 3.5 Mixed, 3.5 Senior Men, 3.5 Women and 2.5-3.0 Mixed.

During the round robin format, each player’s points earned were totaled and the top four from each division advanced to the final round.

The bottom four played for a consolation match.

Medals were handed out to the top four scores in each division.


“It was a fun event with loads of pickleball players and fans cheering in the bleachers at Eddie Tam Gym,” said Laurie Loney, of Pickleball Maui.


Sharina Asato Husted coordinated the tournament with the help of Loney.

Todd Kawasaki donated the wooden carved medals for the winners.



4.0 Mixed

Maui Pickleball Tournament, May 25, 2019: Byron Tabisola and Stephen Mark vs Dennis Holland and Ed Hortsman, PC: Laurie Loney

1st – Patrick Holland
2nd – Devon Baldwin
3rd -Todd Stupe
4th – Laurie Loney

3.5 Mixed
1st – Kelson Lau
2nd – Megan Crouse
3rd – Adam Sachs
4th – Tori Davis

3.5 Senior Men
1st – Stephen Mark
2nd – Byron Tabisola
3rd – Dennis Holland
4th – Ed Horstman


Maui Pickleball Tournament, May 25, 2019: Maris van der Lee and Susan Frieder vs Maile Ford and Malia Ford. PC: Laurie Loney

3.5 Women
1st – Maris van der Lee
2nd – Malia Ford
3rd – Maile Ford/Susan Frieder (tie)


2.5 – 3.0 Mixed
1st – Greg Smith
2nd – Mark Erickson
3rd – Nettie Loney
4th – Alex Loria

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