JR WPH Singles at Icebreaker

Tucson, Arizona, WPH Press, December 17th, 2023

JR WPH proudly hosted junior players from Tucson, Phoenix, New Mexico and Mexico in 11-and-under and 19-and-under big ball singles play at the 2023 Race 4 Eight Icebreaker.

Moses Gardea won the 19-and-under, while Luis Cordova iii won the 11-and-under. Congratulations to all of the players who competed at Clark Park.

When not competing, the youngsters played two-bounce with Race 4 Eight legend Sean Lenning and developed friendships that have them already excited to see one another at the next WPH event.

Thank you to Phoenix’s Carl Hayden High School handball coach Chris Hogan for bringing his players from Phoenix and to the parents and coaches who continue to grow and inspire their kids to play.

Keep an eye out on juniorhandball.org, as new clinic opportunities and recaps pop up weekly. Want to coach a clinic or a junior handball program? Need more information regarding junior handball? The Junior WPH group spans multiple countries, continents and oceans with clinics happening daily. We can help! Contact WPH Development Director David Fink at david.fink@wphlive.tv

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WPH Senior Writer

Posted on: December 19, 2023, by : DV