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Racquetball Results 2010
A terrific congregation of players gathered for the racquetball event Oct. 5-6 at the Supreme Sports Club in Columbia, providing more men's competition and an increased energy over last year's non-qualifying year.

Players came from all reaches of the state and men's doubles was one of the best in recent memory. As a result, we had an abundance of new champions and qualifiers for the 2011 National Senior Games in Houston.

The only repeat winners in men's singles were Gaston Finney (50-59), Chip Seymour (65-69) and Darrell Dempster (80-84). All age groups from 60-84 had at least three participants, providing excellent competition.

Jerry Eisner of Rockville defeated National Senior Games participant Bill Chadwick of Westminster in 60-64. Imo Hill of Annapolis and Wayne Speckard of Upper Marlboro knocked off another Nationals participant, Eugene Hawkins, in 70-74.

Edward Corcoran (75-79) of Harford won his first gold medal since 2005 by knocking off last year's winner, Clark Glenn of Fort Washington. Mr. Corcoran then teamed with Mr. Dempster for a doubles gold.

Mr. Seymour avenged last year's bronze medal finish in doubles, pairing with Frank Martin of Silver Spring to defeat last year's age group champs, Larry Block of Towson and Frank Corsello of Germantown.

We had another disappointing turnout for women's matches and no doubles action. Susan Cunningham of Waldorf won the 55-59 for the second time in three years and Liz Malin of Germantown took 70-74, ending Claudette Braswell's racquetball gold medal run at five years in a row.

Gold—Gaston Finney (Upper Marlboro)

Gold—Jerry Eisner (Rockville)
Silver—Bill Chadwick (Westminster)
Bronze—Ernest Matthews (Upper Marlboro)

Gold—Chip Seymour (Annapolis)
Silver—Robert Corsello (Germantown)
Bronze—Ron Maxemchuk (Upper Marlboro)

Gold—Imo Hill (Annapolis)
Silver—Wayne Speckard (Upper Marlboro)
Bronze—Eugene Hawkins (Mitchellville)

Gold—Edward Corcoran (Harford)
Silver—Clark Glenn (Fort Washington)
Bronze—Frank Marth (Rockville)

Gold—Darrell Dempster (Annapolis)
Silver—Carson Banks (Bowie)
Bronze—Reginald Grier (Forestville)

Gold—Michaek Kellman (Baltimore)/Paul Keene (Parkville)
Silver—Imo Hill (Annapolis)/Phillip Hoffman (Reistertown)
Bronze—Gaston Finney (Upper Marlboro)/Francis Pierce (Upper Marlboro)

Gold—Pete McCusker (Baltimore)/Joel Wexler (Odenton)
Silver—Bill Cloyd (White Hall)/Earl Daniels (Lutherville)
Bronze—Bill Chadwick (Westminster)/George Hardinger (Westminster)

Gold—Chip Seymour (Annapolis)/Frank Martin (Silver Spring)
Silver—Larry Block (Towson)/Robert Corsello (Germantown)
Bronze—Joe D'Ambra (Mount Airy)/Henry Haditsch (Suitland)

Gold—Donald Kanefield (Rockville)/Norman Miller (Rockville)
Silver—Burton/King Lovinger (Rockville)
Bronze—Robert Lewis (Baltimore)/Delmer Bartlett (Baltimore)

Gold—Edward Corcoran (Harford)/Darrell Dempster (Annapolis)
Silver—Clark Glenn (Fort Washington)/Carson Banks (Bowie)

Gold—Susan Cunningham (Waldorf)
Silver—Teresa Daniels (Lutherville)

Gold—Liz Malin (Germantown)
Silver—Claudette Braswell (Upper Marlboro)

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