WEST COAST DISTRICT

2016-2017 TOURNAMENT RESULTS

(click on tournament to see final results)

 

AR01 Sept.29-30, 2016  Open Doubles (No Points) at CSC

AR02 Oct. 6-7, 2016  No Two Pros (No Points) at CSC

D01 Oct. 13-14, 2016  Pro Doubles / Am Singles (Am Points) at CSC

AR03 Oct. 20-21, 2016  Open Doubles (No Points) at CSC

AR04 Oct. 27-28,  2016  No 2 Pros (No Points) at CSC

D02 Nov.  3-4, 2016  Pro Doubles / Am Doubles (Am Points) at CSC

AR05 Nov. 10-11, 2016  Pro Draw Doubles / Am Draw Doubles (No Points) CSC

AR06 Nov. 14, 2016  Mingle-Singles -Pro & Am (No Points) 6 Games at Pinellas Park

AR07 Nov. 17-18, 2016  Pro Singles/Amateur Singles (No Points) at CSC 3rd Game 6/6 Format

AR08 Dec. 1-2, 2016  Open Doubles (No Points) at CSC

AR09 Dec. 5-6, 2016  Mingle-Singles -Pro & Am (No Points) 6 Games at Pinellas Park

AR10 Dec. 8-9, 2016  No 2 Pros (No Points) at CSC

AR11 Dec. 10, 2016  1 Day Tournament Open Doubles (No Points) 12 Frame 6/6/ Format at CSC.  "Saturday Event" 

AR12 Dec. 15-16, 2016  Open Doubles (No Points) 3rd Game 6/6 Format at CSC

AR13 Dec. 22, 2016  1 Day Tournament Jingle Bell Rock Open Doubles (No Points) 12 Frame 6/6 Format at CSC

D03 Jan 5-6, 2017 Pro Singles-Amateur Singles (Am Points) at St. Petersburg

AR14 Jan. 12-13 No 2 Pros (No Points) at CSC

D04 Jan. 19-20, 2017 Pro Doubles-Amateur Doubles (Am Points) at CSC

AR15 Jan. 26-27, 2017 Pro Draw Doubles-Amateur Draw Doubles (No Points) at CSC

D05 Feb. 2-3, 2017  Pro Doubles - Amateur Doubles (Am points)

AR16 Feb. 9-10, 2017   No 2 Pros (No Points) at CSC

D06 Feb. 16-17, 2017  Pro Doubles - Amateur Doubles (Am Points) at CSC

D07 Feb. 23-24, 2017 Pro Doubles - Amateur Singles (Am Points) at CSC

AR17 Mar. 2-3, 2017  No 2 Pros (No Points) at St Petersburg SBC

D08 Mar. 9-10 Pro Doubles - Amateur Doubles (Am Points) at CSC

AR18 Mar. 23, 2017 Singles-Mingles (Masters Pins Awarded) (No Points) at CSC

AR19 Mar. 25, 2017 AM Draw Doubles/State AM/Pro (No Points) Saturday Event at St. Petersburg SBC

2 PICTURES OF WCD TOURNAMENT DIRECTORS IS ON OUR WEBSITE. BELOW, BETTY BOBER WITH FSA STATE TOURNAMENT DIRECTOR GLENN MONROE, AND FURTHER BELOW, RON & ELLIE PREVOST.  THEY ARE TERRIFIC AND THANKFULLY, THEY BOTH WORK FOR THE WCD!
Tournament Directors are super valuable assets to shuffleboard tournaments. Without them, who would do the charts, figure out who plays who and on what court. Then they have to figure out complicated sub-brackets and who plays the next round and against whom?  It's complicated and nerve racking to say the least. Our WCD has two wonderful people as Directors,
Ron & Ellie Prevost! 
I'VE LEFT THE BELOW ARTICLE ON THIS WEBPAGE FOR REFERENCE. CLEARWATER ASSIGNED 4 PEOPLE TO REFEREE THE TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS EVENT AND WHAT A DIFFERENCE IT MADE. THE ENTIRE TOURNAMENT TOOK ON A TRUE PROFESSIONAL LOOK AND HAT'S OFF TO CLEARWATER'S OFFICERS FOR MAKING IT HAPPEN. THE REF'S HAD ON NICE BRIGHT ORANGE VEST WITH NAME TAGS. GORGEOUS!

ASSIGNED REF'S WERE: KATHY PIMENTAL, CARL ROGERSON, BOB RODMAN, AND ROGER BREAULT.
VOLUNTEERS: FSA STATE TOURNAMENT DIRECTOR GLENN MONROE, WROTE AN EXCELLENT ARTICLE ON VOLUNTEERS AND WHAT WE ASSUME IS DONE BY SOME GENIE? (Click here to read) CSC has no problem getting the courts ready for play with the great help of Teddy, Larry, George, Marty, Wink, and others. The problem begins after the tournament starts. At a State Tournament this year, World renowned Earl Ball and Henry Strong had to help sweep the courts and asked why CSC doesn't supply help so the Tournament Director doesn't have to do this, plus clean & wax the disc, bead in between games, etc. It was embarrassing for the Director to hear this from two world-wide super great players. Maybe we need to organize a bit better by having volunteers sign up for 1 or 2 hours stints so one person doesn't have to do it all and for all day long!!

Especially in State Tournaments, the Director is busy enough taking care of the tournament charts, lane position, who plays whom, 3rd calls, answer tons of questions, etc. without having to leave their post to put some beads on dried out court triangles or sweep the courts and wax disc during play and at the end of play.

The problem is not that people don't want to volunteer to do this because we have great volunteers, its that we're not organized in shifts so we spread the burden around to a few, instead of one.  Let's make a plan.
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