Super Geeks hold onto junior squash lead

News Reporter Sunday Junior Squash League Vandelay Super Geeks 15 Canada Flooring Crushers 13 Graydon McDonnell and Kelly Panchyshyn led Vandelay…

News Reporter

Sunday Junior Squash League

Vandelay Super Geeks 15

Canada Flooring Crushers 13

Graydon McDonnell and Kelly Panchyshyn led Vandelay with two sweeps over Skyler Bryant and Tia Oster, respectively.

The Crushers had two winners as well, Benjamin Grundmanis battled it out with Will Parker in an epic five-set matchup, and Zoe Walker blanked Braden Brickner in three sets.

Pacific Northwest Moving Haulers 25

Honda Hustlers 10

The Haulers’ Stephen Grundmanis and Alexis Hougen recorded wins over Sophia Flather and Anna-Lee Jacobsen, both in four sets, and two default wins for Logan Harris and Kai Knorr gave the Haulers a serious points advantage in this matchup.

Nicholas Dobush had the Hustlers’ only win, sweeping Josh Muir in three sets.

Standings as of April 30:

1st Vandelay Super Geeks, 165

2nd Pacific Northwest Moving Haulers, 137

3rd Honda Hustlers, 126

4th Canada Flooring Crushers, 105

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