2019 Kings and Queens of the Courts Pickleball Tournament Results
2019 Kings and Queens of the Courts
Sponsored by SEMO Pickleball Club, City of Jackson, Onix and Pickleball4Us
Men’s 2.5 Doubles
1st Don Hesse/Dan Enloe
2nd Donald Jacobs/Chris Vaught
3rd Steve Moore/Tom Frobase
Men’s 3.0 Doubles
1st Trevor Gunther/Hayden Gunther
2nd Jerry Leone/Jerry Bushue
3rd Todd Ladd/John Clippard
Men’s 3.5 Doubles
1st Ron Gunther/Paul Eckhart
2nd Jeff Williams/Brian James
3rd Todd Richards/Jeff Cunningham
Women’s 2.5 Doubles
1st Tina Johnson/Marcella Schnakenberg
2nd Mary Winkler/Sharon Rosborg
Women’s 3.0 Doubles
1st Linda Hubbs/Karen Surface
2nd Laura Green/Linda Estes
3rd Sandi Essner/Lee Ann Kenley
Women’s 3.5 Doubles
1st Debbie Seitz/Elizabeth Doherty
2nd Ronnie McCormick/Sarah Aydt
Mixed 2.5 Doubles
1st Megan Clippard/John Clippard
2nd Lee Ann Kenley/Sam Kenley
3rd Ben Goodier/Miye Minor
Mixed 3.0 Doubles
1st Karen Surface/Kyle Brown
2nd Sherry Goshen/Tom Hatfield
3rd Missy Bradshaw/Glen Dirnberger
Mixed 3.5 Doubles
1st Elizabeth Doherty/Tiger Hohman
2nd Sarah Aydt/Todd Richards
3rd Debbie Seitz/Jeff Cunningham
A total of 47 teams competed in the 2019 Kings and Queens of the Court pickleball tournament held at the Jackson Civic Center July 20-21. Proceeds from the tournament will be used for the resurfacing of the courts in Litz Park.
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