ACL February 2017 Regional Results

Thanks to everyone who came out on Saturday! Here are the results for the 3 divisions.

Open Singles
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1 Adam Hissner (2105)
2 Christine Papcke (1806)
3 Ken Schaef (2100)
4 Ron Kugel (2436) Read More…


ACO February 2017 Regional Results

ACO Singles
1 – Christine Papcke
2 – Brandon Corwin
3 – Chuckie Love Read More…

What Should We Do on Monday’s in Spring?

Looking for feedback on which format we should run starting in mid-late March and going up until Memorial Day in May for the Spring league.

Option 1 – Run the 4-player team league like last year, 3 divisions with a “salary” cap so that teams can’t get all the best players. Players form their own teams.

Option 2 – Blind draw doubles league where you show up and play 5-6 games each night, each game with a random partner (within your division) against a random opponent.  2 divisions and each division the top x players each night play for weekly prizes and top players for the season earn league prizes with a season ending tournament like we always have.

*Note that on Thursday’s in Spring will be a singles league assuming we get at least 50 players to play

Vote now only if you are considering playing on Mondays, thanks!

What Should We Do for Spring on Mondays?

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2017 RDA Fundraiser Results – 4 Doubles Divisions and 4-Player Tournament

Thanks so much to everyone who came an supported the event yesterday. I do apologize for the late night for those in the 4-player tournament I will be sure to modify the format for next year. Congratulations to all of the winners, here are the results.

4- Player Tournament

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1st – Barry Beresford, Adam Hissner, Rob Miller, Dave Wood

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2nd – Keith Geho, Alan Skotko, Travis Mott, Dave Abruzzino Read More…

Dance Fundraiser – 4 Doubles Divisions and a 4-Player Tournament!

January 29th (No Football – No Problem!)

4 Doubles Divisions and a 4-Player Tournament!

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Player Classifications for this Fundraiser

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Super Bowl Squares

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Super Bowl Squares 2017

Congratulations to the winners!
1Q – Chris B (NE 0 – ATL 0)
2Q – Seto/Tim (NE 3 – ATL 21)
3Q – Seto/Tim (NE 9 – ATL 28)
Final – Jason Shumney (NE 34 – ATL 28)

What Format Should We Run If We Have a Thursday Night Spring League?

Not sure if we will have a Thursday night league in Spring, but if we do, which format is preferred?

Doubles is of course an option.  Singles, although we may have to tweak it somehow to allow 50+ players to be there on a given night.

Or a couple of years ago we ran a blind draw league where we would have say 2 divisions, each player would play 5-6 games per night, each game with a random partner against a random opponent. Top players each night would win cash prizes and top players for the season would also win something. Playoffs also just like all leagues.

Which format would you prefer if we have a Spring Thursday Night League?

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ACL January 2017 Regional

Open Singles
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1 Chuckie Love (2097)
2 Christine Papcke (1806)
3 Chad Braun (2099)
4 Adam Hissner (2105) Read More…

ACO January 2017 Regional Results

Singles

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1 – Chuckie Love
2 – Christine Papcke
3 – Brandon Corwin
4 – Mike Pfaff Read More…

ACL – Bring Your Own Bags

Starting with the February ACL Regional players may now bring their own bags to ACL Cleveland events only.  All other Cleveland Cornhole events will still be that the players must use the bags provided (for now at least). Bags must be made by one of the approved ACL bag manufacturers (here’s a link to see the list) and must have the company logo on the bag. If a player does not bring their own bags then they can still use the normal bags used by Cleveland Cornhole (which will be provided).

IMPORTANT – just because a player has a bag from an approved manufacturer does not necessarily mean that they can still be used.  The bags must still meet the specs outlined in the link above.  A player IS allowed to not only hold, but also pitch their opponents bags one time before their game starts if desired. If they feel the bags do not meet specs they can have the bags brought to the tournament director to check to see if they can be used. Once a game is started a player may no longer question their opponents bags.

Finally – anyone found to have tampered with bags that they brought and used (or attempted to use) is subject to suspension from ACL tournaments for a minimum of one year. This does NOT mean if a bag fails inspection, but rather if a bag is found to have been manipulated in any way to gain the player an unfair advantage. Bags that do not pass inspection (but not found to be tampered with) will be held until the event is over and then returned to the owner.