The Sun Prairie Star published this article on their website on February 4, 2018.
For the second time in the last three years, Mexico’s Alvaro Beltran took the crown at the 20th Annual Lou Bradley Memorial Pro-Am at the Prairie Athletic Club (PAC) in Sun Prairie this weekend.
The Pro draw was stacked with 24 players, including three of the world’s seven best according to current International Racquetball Tour rankings (IRT), and also featured two amazing up-and-coming players from Mexico as well as several state champions.
Beltran had to win four matches in one day to take the title. He was tested by Blake Hansen in the quarter-finals and again by Gerardo Franco in the semis to reach the final against Jansen Allen.
Beltran, ranked fourth on the International Racquetball Tour, overcame a loss in the first game to beat Jansen Allen (Texas), 14-15, 15-2, 11-7 to claim the $2,500 check for first place.[Read the rest of the article there now!]