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MARVIN E. GRUBB

4540 OSCEOLA RD

TITUSVILLE, FL  32780                              SEPTEMBER 2010

 

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FSHPA Inc. annual dues $10.00                                                              NHPA annual dues and insurance $17.00

FSHPA Inc. DATA SHEET

The current Men’s State Champion is  Ron Deckad.  The current Women’s State Champion is Pam Maples.  The current Elder’s State Champion is W. Ray Hood.  The current Junior Boys State Champion is Justin Maples.  The current Junior Girls State Champion is Megan Polski.  The current Men’s Doubles State Champions are Ron Deckard and James Hayden.  The current Women’s Doubles State Champions are Pam Maples and Marcela Santoyo.  The current Elder’s Doubles State Champions are Robert Moulin and Tom Hall.  The current mixed distance Doubles State Champions are Ron Deckard and Ken Duquet.  Robert Marks is the current  Player of the year” based on in class tournament performance.

Walter Ray Williams Jr. has the highest pitching percentage of the 40-foot Men’s class of 72.5.  Tom Hall has the highest pitching percentage of the Elder’s class of 72.0.  Verdell Woollard has the highest pitching percentage of the Women’s class of 66.8%..  190 members have pitched in 5 or more tournaments in the last twelve months from a membership of 342. The average pitching percentage is 33.5.  Seventy two FSHPA Inc. sanctioned tournaments are scheduled this season.

The State Closed Championship Tournament will be held on April 27/28/29/30, 2011 at St. Cloud.  Closing date for State Closed is April 1, 2011.  Participation in the State Closed Tournament is limited to Florida residents that have pitched in 5 or more FSHPA Inc. sanctioned tournaments or 4 FSHPA Inc. sanctioned tournaments and an NHPA sanctioned league; excluding the 2010 State Closed Championship Tournament, during the period of April 1, 2010 and March 31, 2011.