ACL Event Info

THIS MONTH ONLY! Tailgate/Backyard division only.
Since the Tailgate/Backyard tournament is new, if you play in the Tailgate/Backyard division the entry fee will be the same for ACL members and non-members for Tailgate/Backyard only. Hoping this will encourage a couple more teams to come out and try it. So it’s $10/person per tournament (+$2/person cover charge).

Our Next ACL Monthly Regional is this Saturday!

All players, if you have played in an ACL event before then you have an ACL account. If you do not know your login information please email me at and I will get it for you. It is VERY important that you login to your account and update your phone number (and any other personal information). I’m hoping that I will be able to use the ACL software for all events this month and that means if your mobile phone number is in the system you will get a text saying when you are up and what board you are on.  Also you will get a text showing the result of your game once the game is over. Last month I marked one game incorrectly and I still feel bad about it. Hopefully this will help with that.

If you have NEVER played in an ACL event you can go to and click on Login in the upper right and create an account. ONLY DO THIS if you have never played in an ACL event before. It’s free and will make life easier for you and me when you come to ACL events in the future. If you have played in an ACL event before, but don’t know your ACL login, email me at and I will send it to you. Please make sure your phone number is accurate so that you will receive text messages when your game is up and the results of your game.

Due to the size of our last regional I am making the following changes for February:
1 – We will be trying to use 16 sets (instead of 13 like last month). Expect the look in the gym to be a little different on Saturday.
2 – Social doubles now starts at 10:30am! (30 minutes earlier)
3 – New division called “Tailgate/Backyard” is being added. We had a record 28 social teams last month. This is to give some of those teams another division to play in if they didn’t have success in the social division. Of course if teams want a challenge they can try social and if it doesn’t go well, can then play in the Tailgate division. This level is only for D4 and D5 level players (for those of you familiar with the Cleveland Cornhole rankings)
4 – Tailgate Doubles starts at 1pm, Tailgate Singles will follow assuming enough players are interested.
5 – There will be a dedicated person to handle registration/sign-ups while I (Dave) focus on getting brackets set-up, calling out games and entering results

More Details (full details in the link to the left)
Address: St. Michael’s Gym – 5025 Mill Rd, Broadview Heights, OH 44147

Four Divisions Based on Skill Level!

There will be a $2/player cover charge to help pay for hall rental. “Fans” are free.

ACL Memberships are $25 and can be purchased at the event. Memberships are NOT required to play, but will save you money on your entry fees.

No pre-registration, just sign-up for the tournaments you want to play in when you get there.

Players may bring their own ACL approved bags. MUST be made by an ACL manufacturer and stamped with the manufacturers logo. If you do not have your own bags, you can use the bags provided.

Start Times
9:30 am – ACL Competitive Doubles (Comp Singles starts as soon as doubles is over)
10:30 am – ACL Social Doubles (Social Singles starts as soon as doubles is over)
12:00 pm – ACL Advanced Blind Draw (Random Draw for Partners)
1:00 pm – ACL Tailgate Doubles (Tailgate Singles starts as soon as doubles is over)
2:45 pm – ACL Advanced Doubles (Pro Level – Advanced Singles starts as soon as doubles is over)

All Social and Tailgate Level tournaments are $10/person.  All Competitive and Advanced Level tournaments are $15/person.  ADD $5 to each tournament if you are not an ACL member.

*Note for this event that there is a blind draw. If players participate in both the Advanced Blind Draw and another Doubles tournament then they keep their highest points score from either of those events.

Please NO outside food or drink!

Let me know if you need a partner for doubles and I can try and pair you with one.

ACL 2018-2019 Mid-East Conference #2 Results

Hello all, I have collected the results from this past weekends ACL Conference Event in PA.

For any of you that went to the event I am looking for feedback (good, bad, indifferent) on the event. Please email me at if you want to provide any.  Thanks.

Congrats to everyone! Looks like NE Ohio players did extremely well in PA!

ACL PA Conference #2 (196 Unique Players)
Manheim, PA
Advanced Singles Bracket A
1 Brandon Corwin (18397)
2 Stacia Pugh (1805)
3 Ken Schaef (2100)
4 Tim Anderson (5994)
5 Trey Burchfield (7028)
5 Jeff Reynolds (30097) Read More…

Cornhole at the Q Results!

Thanks to everyone who came out to the first ever Cornhole event at Quicken Loans Arena. Sorry for anyone who had a game interrupted by the Q staff or fire marshall… Hopefully some fun was still had. Here are the results from Saturday’s tournament.

Pro Division

1st – Kevin Allen / Trey Burchfield
2nd – Chuckie Love / Adam Hissner

3rd – Eric Anderson / TJ Petrie
4th – Randal Arcangelini / Aaron Kleinpeter Read More…

Super Bowl Squares

Thanks to all of the league players who participated.

Congrats to the winners!
1st Quarter – New England 0 – LA Rams 0 – Winner Tim H
2nd Quarter – New England 3 – LA Rams 0 – Winner Tom
3rd Quarter – New England 3 – LA Rams 3 – Winner Brandon Skufca
Final – New England 13 – LA Rams 3 – Winner Deb & Rick

Click on the image to get a printable version.

2019 ACL National #1 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Top NE Ohio Performers!

I’m still trying to recover from the weekend, but I hope everyone who made the trip had fun. I am always looking for ways to make events better, so if you have suggestions on how to make these ACL National events better, please let me know.

There were over 600 players at the event and over $56,000 paid out!

Anyway, the ACL will be posting full results at some point, but just wanted to highlight some of our top performers (sorry, not trying to leave anyone out, this article just shows anyone who finished in the money in their event). I also don’t have pictures because, well, I was busy, lol.

Women’s Doubles (29 teams)
1st – Christine Papcke and Stacia Pugh took 1st place! Their championship match was also shown on ESPN2 last night.
t-7th – Kerry Mittermiller and her partner Brittany Emge Read More…

ACL January 2019 Results

I mean I don’t really know what to say. Prior to this regional our most unique players was 92. This January 2019 regional had 126 players! Thank you to everyone who came out. We had several players from New York, Pennsylvania and Michigan make the trip as well as Southern Ohio! I hope you all had a safe trip back.

So I always wondered what my breaking point might be, this was it, lol. 126 players with no pre-registration or warning that it would be this big was overwhelming. I am sorry if I wasn’t able to chat with most of you, it was very difficult to keep up. Also sorry if you had long waits between games as with 13 boards and 126 players (although not all at once) that’s bound to happen.

With that look for some minor changes to the February regional schedule, may make a slight time change for one or two events. I am also considering adding a fourth division, but we will see.

Anyway, here are the results and thanks again for coming out!

Advanced Singles
*Note that the number next to the player name does not mean anything

1 Chuckie Love (2097)
2 Eli Stevens (6115)
3 Alan Skotko (2102)
4 Dave Reschke (27480)
5 Christine Papcke (1806)
5 jeff reynolds (30097)
7 Chris Danner (15385)
7 Rex Uhrig (4817) Read More…

1.05.19 – Dance Fundraiser Results

Thank you to the 106 players who came out for the dance fundraiser! The support for cornhole in our area is amazing and continues to grow. We have one more tournament in January next Saturday 1.12.2019 for our Monthly ACL tournament. Then off for tournaments until 2/23.

Anyway, here are the results!

4-Player Crew Event

1st – A.Miller, M.Miller, K.Miller, M.Miller
2nd – Corwin, Arcangelini, Klein, S.Roth
3rd – Kevin Allen, Kleinpter, R.Smith, Q.Robinson
4th – C.Miller, J.Miller, J.Dudley, T.Thevenin Read More…

Cornhole With the Cavs?

If we run a cornhole tournament at the Q before a Cavs game (cornhole would either be on the practice court or held on the concourse) would you attend if available?

Would likely be a Saturday or Sunday in early March.

Tickets would likely be somewhere between $30-$50/person (includes cornhole entry + Cavs ticket).

Non-cornhole tickets could also be purchased in the $20-$30 range.

We would have 2-3 divisions and there would be prizes for all divisions.

Are you interested in cornhole and the Cavs?

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2018 Fall Thursday League Summary

Here’s a link to the summary


To view summaries for any league run since started back in 2012 just click on “Past Leagues” above.

2018 Youth Challenge – Money Raised!

Thanks to the 100+ players that attended the Cornhole for Youth Challenge event and our generous sponsors Ganley Chevrolet, Rookies Bar and Grille, Andy’s Autowash, A-Men Pest Control, Paisano’s Pizza and the UAW Local 1005 Women’s Committee. We were able to give Youth Challenge $3,200!

Thank you all for the support!