19 September 2016
19 September 2016, Comments: Comments Off on 2016 Sportsmanship Winners

Sportsmanship is important to the integrity of APA Leagues. Congratulating your opponent when he makes a good shot and celebrating with your opponent when he wins adds character to the game. Keep proper score, shake hands, give high fives, smile and talk friendly to your opponent and the opposing teams. All of these acts encourage good sportsmanship, plus you’ll have more fun as you play!

Have Fun. Meet People. Play Pool. The League was founded on the premise of offering amateur players the opportunity to get together with friends, family and co-workers each week for a fun, relaxing and friendly time playing pool!

Each year at the World Pool Championships, players and APA staff nominate teams for the Sportsmanship Award. We’d like to take a minute to recognize this year’s winners and say THANK YOU for your excellent sportsmanship in Vegas!

8-Ball World Championship: Controlled Chaos of Hilliard, OH - Front Row (L to R): Kevin Wampler, Arlena Blackburn, Donald Chutes, Jr.; Back Row (L to R): John Lindsley, William Bolzenius; Not pictured: Paul Meyers, Sr., Ernie Lehner, Paul Meyers, Jr.

9-Ball World Championship: Top Shelf of Davie, FL - Front Row (L to R): Victor Nassif, Abraham Matta, Ialani Gomez; Back Row (L to R): Susan Weimann, Giovanni Fortunato, Kelly Errair, Janet Blackinton, James Howie

Masters Championship: Dead Strokes of Cape Girardeau, MO - (L to R): Todd Scott, Bryan Jones, Charles Mccurter, Derrick Garner

Jack & Jill Doubles Championship: Stairwell Stingers of York, PA - Brandon Shiflett, Ariel Heath

Ladies 8-Ball Championship: Miss Cues of Virginia Beach, VA - (L to R): Angie Wiggs, Cindy Sterling, Robbie Raacke, Milly Yarnell, Judy Pearce



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