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Grandmother beats TJ Watt, other Steelers at pickleball
Pickleball is becoming the new craze in the United States. So much so that professional athletes have decided to hit the courts.
Staying active with Skagit Valley pickleball
Skagit Valley Pickleball née Mount Vernon Pickleball Club is a local organization dedicated to advancing the sport here in our lovely Skagit.
Professional-level pickleball exhibition at Eastpointe Country Club
Currently, some of the Pickleball players at Eastpointe participate in a league with other players from gated communities in the area.
Take to the pickleball courts in Prior Lake
Steve Hart, Parks & Recreation Manager, tells us how Prior Lake has responded to the growing popularity of this sport and put a out a welcome mat for the players—okay technically it was building project that upgraded the playing area.
Pickleball is taking over at University Park with addition of new courts
As Mayor Tommy Stewart mentioned in his letter, Williams Park is now home to six new pickleball courts. Last October the University Park city council approved repurposing the two tennis courts in the Park.
Cane Bay resident enjoys a sport for all ages
However, as we age, many people become less active and walk away from competitive sports. Not Rae Carlers. Rae is 65-years-old and as active as can be.
Upcoming sixth annual Minto US Open, ‘biggest pickleball party in the world’
In 2014, Chris Evon and Terri Graham hatched a plan to throw what they describe as “the biggest pickleball party in the world.”
Bringing pickleball to Beavercreek with addition of courts
The City of Beavercreek’s Parks, Recreation & Culture Division is partnering with a local group comprised of pickleball players to bring pickleball to Beavercreek. The group, called Picklepals, has launched a fundraiser to cover the cost of developing six outdoor pickleball courts at Dominick Lofino Park, 640 Grange Hall Road.
A passion for pickleball for two Pickering locals
Both E. Bhardwaj and Sohail Tyabji started playing the sport recreationally in 2019. During COVID, over the course of the winter, pickleball was their outlet to get out and socialize with others who shared the same love for the sport.
One man’s passion for pickleball leads the sport to grow locally in Clinton Township
Steven Benefield has a passion for pickleball, and is doing all he can to grow the sport locally. He started playing pickleball in 2017 and became a Clinton Township local USA Pickleball Ambassador in 2018.
Sam Kennedy is ready for Minnesota baseball
Sam Kennedy is one of the best pitchers in the state of Minnesota and he…
Louisville commit Nick Drtina leads Nazareth to championship
Louisville commit Nick Drtina led a young and talented Nazareth Academy team to new heights…
Where are they now?: ‘Last Chance U’ star Chauncey Rivers
Featured in the second season of the hit Netflix series “Last Chance U,” Chauncey Rivers…
Matthew Etzel’s DI dreams come true thanks to Panola
Matthew Etzel’s dream of playing DI baseball is coming true.
Emmit Gooden keeping ‘Last Chance U’ hopes alive
Former “Last Chance U” standout Emmit Gooden is continuing his run on the football field…