This last weekend, 14 players from Georgia represented and played at the 2016 Aloha Open held in High Point, North Carolina. A little bit over 15% of the players in the tournament were current Georgia residents!
Congratulations to the Georgia women, taking first and second place in the Women’s Open Doubles, completely dominating their competition!
1st place – Kanesha Madison / Tara Borrero
2nd place – Felicia Green / Tami Costanza
Congratulations to the Georgia mixed doubles teams, taking first and second place in the Mixed Open Doubles!
1st place – Maurice Miller / Tara Borrero
2nd place – Kanesha Madison / Danny Smith
Congratulations to our Centurion teams (combined age 100+), for taking first and second place there as well!
1st place – Brandon Bryant / Luis George Sr.
2nd place – Marcus Riggins / Wes Wesley
Congratulations to our two Open players that took second place in their divisions!
Men’s Open – Maurice Miller
Women’s Open – Robin Whitmire
Out of 32 possible 1st and 2nd place positions, Georgia players took 8, a full 25% of the possible finals slots!
Great job all!
Portions of this tournament were broadcast live on YouTube by Luis Borrero, but they don’t appear to have been archived as part of his channel. Many hours of broadcast were delivered by Kamyron Meeks via Livestream.com, and those have been made available on YouTube.
Hope to see you all at the Georgia Games in three weekends!