SEQUIM FLING PICKLEBALL TOURNAMENT:  May 31- June 2, 2019.  Go to to sign up.  For local information see our 

Additional information about this weekend’s 2nd Annual Olympic Pickleball Tournament:
Friday, Feb 22 – Open Gym, 6-9pm

Saturday, Feb 23 – Gym open at 8am for sign-in/registration
                                 9:00am – Women’s Doubles start
                                 9:45am – Men’s Doubles start
Sunday, Feb 24 – Gym open at 8am
                                9:00am – Mixed Doubles start

Snacks will be provided.  Bring your own container for water/beverages.

Tournament is round-robin format.
We will be using Jugs pickleballs.
Let me know if you have any questions!

Tournament Dates:  February 22-24, 2019
Tournment Location:  Roosevelt Elementary School, 106 Monroe Road, Port Angeles, 98362

Sign ups are going well for the 2nd Annual Port Angeles Olympic Pickleball Tournament.

However, we do have some room for more players, so please feel free to encourage your friends to sign up.  Cost is $35 per player, plus an additional $10 if you play a second category (men’s, women’s, or mixed doubles).

Sign up here:

The first 70 who sign up will receive a free t-shirt!

Medals to the top 3 places in each skill level.

Because of the lack of 4.5 and 5.0 entries so far, we might be able to add an “open” bracket at the end of each tournament day.

Tournment Categories:  Men’s Doubles, Women’s Doubles, Mixed Doubles

Tournament Skill Levels:
3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, and 5.0

General Schedule:
Friday, Feb 22 – Open Gym, 6-9pm
Saturday, Feb 23 – Men’s Doubles, Women’s Doubles, registration opens 8am, play starts at 9am
Sunday, Feb 24 – Mixed Doubles, registration opens 8am, play starts at 9am
We will email another update with more schedule details on or before Wednesday, Feb 20.
Snacks will be provided.  Bring your own container for water/beverages.
If you need to cancel, we are able to provide you a refund up until Feb 15.
Please let me know if you have any questions — email  or (360) 460-7424.
Back to you with more information prior to Feb 20.
Otherwise, Happy Pickling!
– Steve Bennett  2/18/19



Blue Hole Bash Results


The Sequim Picklers had more than

20 Tournament Winners!

Click here for the results

Click here for tournament photos

Blue Hole Tournament Volunteers

Shelley AlexanderMary Helen BenapflCherry Bibler
Richard CaryKaren ClatanoffMike Cooper
Denise CorderoAnne ElwellForrest Frantz
Diane FroulaSuit HartCathy Hathaway
Arvo JohnsonPamela KatzChuck Madden
Debbie MaddenMike MahakianVirginia Mahakian
Eric MahnerdKathy MahnerdChristy Marazon
Jay MarazonFrank MaugerDavid Mead
Katinka NannaSharman OwingsGary Poor
Krista RambowJeannie RamseyRobert Rankin
Margie RoneSuzi SchuenemannSusan Slate
Tom SutroJan TatomPam Woodruff

Blue Hole Tournament Volunteer Referees

Mary Helen BenapflSteve BennettCherry Bibler
Richard CaryJim DeckmanForrest Frantz
Doug HastingsBeverly HoffmanMarty Hoffman
Arvo JohnsonPatricia KnappChristy Marazon
Roger MullKatinka NannaRobert Olson
Gary PoorGayle RankinRobert Rankin
Gary RoneLynda SchroederJim Schuenemann
Bob SesterTricia StrattonPam Woodruff

Much Appreciation to Our Sponsors !!

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Jay's ConstructionJohn L. Scott RealtyThe Sign Store
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CONGRATULATIONS to all the Sequim Picklers who won medals at the Washington State Senior Games, August 3-5, 2018.  See photos and results here.
CONGRATULATIONS to all the Sequim Picklers who won medals at the Centralia tournament.  See winners and pictures here.  6/2/18
COMPLETE LIST OF TOURNAMENTS:  For a full list of tournaments click on the link to  
FEBRUARY 10 & 11, 2018 PICKLEBALL TOURNAMENT: I, (Steve Bennett) am excited to work together with the Sequim Picklers (a pickleball club in Sequim, WA). We haven’t had a tournament this size in Port Angeles since the Senior Games ceased in 2014. This will be a fun and exciting endeavor. Get full details and entry form at Feb 2018 Tournament.
This tournament is geared to take your age into consideration and match you up against other similar aged teams to see how you do. I love playing in tournaments because you get to play against a larger variety of teams that you don’t normally come across. Tournament play also alerts me to some of my weaknesses so I know what I need to do to keep strengthening my game. The intent of this tournament is to make it fun, by always being a good sport, to meet new picklers and to share the love of this great game with one another.  

Tournament Director Steve Bennett can be reached at 360-460-7424 or at