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Winners of Sunset Park Pickleball Tournament at Sturgeon Bay

Winners of Sunset Park Pickleball Tournament: Pickleball tournaments are happening in every corner of the nation, reflecting the sport’s explosive growth and widespread appeal. The Door County Pickleball Club recently hosted a highly competitive full-court singles tournament at Sunset Park in Sturgeon Bay, attracting players from various regions.

The Door County Pickleball Club presented a fierce competition this past Saturday at Sunset Park in Sturgeon Bay, where a full-court singles tournament participants from across the region. Noah Hlavac of Stevens Point emerged as the top player, securing first place with an impressive 109 points and taking home a $100 prize.

Colin Chapman of Eau Claire followed closely behind, earning second place with 104 points and a $50 prize. The third spot was secured by Nathan Gurgel of Manitowoc, who scored 103 points and won $30. Local player Erik Ost of Sturgeon Bay rounded out the top four.

Jay Renstrom, President of the Pickleball Club, noted the wide range of competitors, with players traveling from Minneapolis, Appleton, Menasha, Berlin, Eau Claire, Neosho, Madison, and Stevens Point to participate. The turnout and level of play underline the growing popularity and competitive spirit of pickleball in the region.

Position Player Points Prize
1st Noah Hlavac 109 $100
2nd Colin Chapman 104 $50
3rd Nathan Gurgel 103 $30
4th Erik Ost

News in Brief: Winners of Sunset Park Pickleball Tournament

Pickleball tournaments are gaining traction nationwide, representing the sport’s rapid growth. The Door County Pickleball Club held a competitive singles tournament at Sunset Park in Sturgeon Bay, attracting players from various regions. Noah Hlavac of Stevens Point secured first place with 109 points, winning $100. Colin Chapman of Eau Claire earned second place with 104 points and a $50 prize, while Nathan Gurgel of Manitowoc took third with 103 points and $30. Local player Erik Ost finished fourth. Club President Jay Renstrom highlighted the diverse participation, with competitors from cities including Minneapolis, Appleton, and Madison, highlighting the sport’s expanding popularity and competitive nature.

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