1st Annual Rally In The Valley – Aug, 2012

Our 1st Annual Rally In The Valley Pickleball Tournament was held Aug 24-26, 2012 at the West Albany High School.

See Tournament Pics in our Galleries

Our tournament had 96 players which seemed significantly to us.  With additional visitors we estimate we had 150 people at our tournament each day providing a significant economic impact to Albany businesses over the three days.  We drew players from all over the Northwest and from as far away as Edmonton, Alberta and Amarillo, TX plus many from the extended Willamette Valley from Vancouver  to Medford and Bend to Newport.   We played 66 matches Saturday and 74 matches Sunday on 11 courts.

General Info

2012 Rally In The Valley General Information

Medal Winners Women’s Doubles and Singles Results 2012 Rally In The Valley Women's Doubles Results

Men’s Doubles and Singles Results

Mixed Doubles Results

Any proceeds from the tournament went to pickleball court improvements at Eleanor Hackleman Park where we will have four permanent pickleball courts by Mid October.  The court improvements are a partnership between the City of Albany and the Albany Pickleball Club.

The project would not have been possible without help from our generous donors. Their donations to the tournement and/or court work allowed us to put on a very successful tournament and use the proceeds to further our renovations on the court.

We would like to thank our Donors individually:
ODS Health
Krpalek Financial – Greg Krpalek
Rhodes and Warden Insurance – Ron Baker
Selco Credit Union – Darin Klarr
Pacific Perk – Paul O’Brian
Clay & Donna Dluehosh
Albany Fire Department
– Phil McPherson for lending us an AED
Sherwin Williams
Walgreens
Pro-Lite Sports
S-Type Sports
Paddletek
Bounce 4 Fun – Cliff and Rite Curr
NAPA
Rick Costain
–  Providing physical therapy advice to players
West Albany High School Booster’s Club – Glenda Costain
West Albany High School
City of Albany – Bruce Edwards – Sports Coordinator

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