2020 USA Racquetball National High School Championships

USAR 2020 National High School Championships

2020 USA Racquetball National High School Championships

Multnomah Athletic Club
Portland, OR 97207

Lloyd Athletic Club
815 NE Halsey
Portland, OR 97232

Cascade Athletic Club
19201 SE Division St
Gresham, OR 97030

February 26 – March 1, 2020

Draws: https://www.r2sports.com/tourney/home.asp?TID=31700

The event will use the Olympic Format for divisions, and it is discussed in depth, here:

Players will compete for team and individual National Racquetball Championships in Boys, Girls, and Overall Team Competition. Teams will consist of players in 6 singles divisions, 3 doubles divisions for boys, girls, and 3 mixed divisions. Divisions are numbered 1 thru 6 in singles and 1, 2, and 3 in doubles. The top ranked player on a team must enter Division #1, the second ranked player in Division #2, and so on. Division #6 in singles and Division #3 in all doubles events are open to all players not entered in a higher division. No two players from the same school may play in the same division, except Division #6 in singles, and Divisions #3 in all doubles events. If there are fewer than 6 players, boys or girls, on a team, divisions must be filled from the top first, that is Division #1 Singles, then Division #2 Singles, and so on.
All singles players are guaranteed 3 matches, including forfeits and/or byes. All players will earn points for their school toward the Team Championships.

47 schools represented by 365 players from 10 states.
California 16
Colorado 5
Illinois 7
Minnesota 2
Missouri 164
New Hampshire 2
Oregon 158
Texas 1
Utah 8
Washington 2

Reporting from Pro Racquetball Stats:
Wrap Up

Reporting from The Racquetball Blog:

Reporting from USA Racquetball:
Wrap Up

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