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Tournament Recap: 2017 San Diego Junior Silver Tournament
Makayla Oas San Diego

Thirteen of Arroyo Seco Racquet Club’s players traveled south and left their mark in the Junior Silver Tournament at San Diego Squash. The juniors took home top honors in four of the six tournament divisions. Fourteen year old Makayla Oas continued her run of success winning the Girls Under-15 Division and coming in second in the Girls Under-17 Division. Oas went 4-0 in her U-15 matches and 3-1 in her U-17 matches. Stay tuned for news on upcoming tournaments!

Notable Results from The Arroyo Seco Juniors:

  • Boys Under-13: Champion-Milo Friedman; 3rd Place-Reza Mohammed
  • Girls Under-13: Champion-Sophie Lee
  • Girls Under-15: Champion-Makayla Oas.
  • Girls Under-17: Runner Up-Makayla Oas; 3rd Place-Franny Burton
Tournament Recap: 2017 Surf City Summer Championships

The 2017 Surf City Summer Championships took place at San Diego Squash facility this past weekend (July 28, 2017-July 30, 2017). The Surf City Summer Open is a social, fun, and competitive tournament for players of all levels. The tournament included a Saturday night party, a daytime barbecue at the club, a tournament gift for every player, and trophies for all the finalists. Feather Sports was proud to sponsor players who went on to have successful tournament runs in different divisions. Stay tuned as we follow our players on the road to the Feather Sports Adult Squash Championships at the Arroyo Seco Racquet Club, taking place on Saturday September 9th, 2017 and Sunday September 10th, 2017 in South Pasadena, CA. Subscribe to our mailing list for the latest news and updates from Feather Sports!

Eric Lin (14 Year-old Junior player from Los Angeles, CA), won the 4.0 division in five games and was a finalist in the 4.5 finals. 


Left: Alex Reynolds (Arroyo Seco Racquet Club, South Pasadena, CA) was a finalist in the men's Pro division, playing long and tough five-game match.

Right: Tom Williams (Arroyo Seco Racquet Club, South Pasadena, CA) placed third in the men's 5.5 division