Unlike the 1992 Quentin Tarantino film, there was a happy ending at the Reservoir Dogs Squash Tournament on Saturday.
Well, at least for one team.
The Mr. Black team of Mustafa Syed, Chris Toleman, Brian Healy, Scott Burrell and Everett Igobwa, accumulated the most points for first place at Better Bodies Whitehorse.
In the Squash Yukon event, six teams of five players hit the courts for five 30-minute sessions, trying to win as many points as possible.
Players were awarded bonus points when their shots came off the front wall and hit any of six plastic drinking cups along the sides of the court.
Syed, the Mr. Black captain, topped the tournament with 24 cups.
“This is my first time playing in this because it’s for older people,” said Syed, 17. “I’m excited because I got the most cups and the most points, so I was happy with that.”
After two and a half hours of court time, Mr. Black finished with 1,682 points.
Mr. Blue, which includes former Yukon champ Julien Revel, Dylan Letang, Lorne Harris, Micah Smith and Brian Larnder, took second with 1,667 points.
The Mr. Green team of Kyle Marchuk, Kevin Daffe, Jim Gilpin, Muhammad Idrees and Erika Joubert placed third with 1,637 points.
Syed won the top division of Squash Yukon’s Early Bird Squash Tournament in October. He also went 2-2 in U17 boys at the 2014 Canadian Junior Squash Championships in April.
“This is a really fun tournament and I was excited to win it,” added Syed.
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