Tettey Tetteh

Tettey Tetteh wins BC squash title

Revelstoke’s Tettey Tetteh won gold in the combined boys U13B/U15B division at the BC Junior Squash Championships in Nanaimo.

Revelstoke’s Tettey Tetteh won gold in the combined boys U13B/U15B division at the BC Junior Closed Squash Championships in Nanaimo last weekend.

Tetteh’s win was the first championship for the Revelstoke Squash Club. Coach Kevin Dorrius said the key moment for Tetteh in his run was in his second match, when he overcame a two sets to love deficit to win 3-2. “He really dug in and played really hard to earn the key victory of his weekend,” said Dorrius.

There were 75 players competing in various levels at the event. Other Revelstoke results were:

Sophie Dorrius: 4th in the Girls U11B/U13B

Julia Dorrius: 3rd in the Girls U11B/U13B

Conner McCabe: 4th in the Boys U13B/U15B

Gavin Mason: 7th in the Boys U15 main draw

Gabe Laidlaw: 8th in the Boys U15 Main Draw

Gordon Mason: 4th in the Boys U17B/U19B

 

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