Super Geeks, Haulers advance to meet in squash final

Sunday Junior Squash league Pacific Northwest Moving Haulers 19 Canada Flooring Crushers 12 Kai Knorr, Stephen Grundmanis and Josh Muir led the…

Sunday Junior

Squash league

Pacific Northwest Moving Haulers 19

Canada Flooring Crushers 12

Kai Knorr, Stephen Grundmanis and Josh Muir led the Haulers with three straight-sets wins over Canada Flooring’s Alex Kastelein, Zoe Walker and Kyler Bryant.

Tia Oster and Benjamin Grundmanis had wins for the Crushers, beating Alexis Hougen and Logan Harris, respectively.

Vandelay Super Geeks 19

Honda Hustlers 8

Graydon McDonnell swept Nicholas Dobush to lead the Super Geeks to victory, Kelly Panchyshyn  needed four sets to beat Anna-Lee Jacobsen while Will Parker had a default win.

Sophia Flather had the Hustlers only win, beating Braden Brickner in four sets.

The Super Geeks will meet the Haulers next Sunday in the finals, while Honda will square off against the Canada Flooring Crushers in the third/fourth place deciding match.

Regular season final standings:

1st Vandelay Super Geeks, 184

2nd Pacific Northwest Moving Haulers 156

3rd Honda Hustlers, 134

4th Canada Flooring Crushers, 116

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