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September 4-8, 2019

NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES CHAMPIONSHIPS

The USPA Polo Network will livestream the NYTS Championship Semifinals and Final and the NYTS Girls Championship Final.

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All games times reported in ET.

NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES CHAMPIONSHIP

Tournament History

Established in 2013, the National Youth Tournament Series (NYTS) program provides outdoor clubs the framework for hosting USPA-sanctioned tournaments. Players age 19 and under holding a minimum -1 goal handicap are eligible to participate, allowing youth players the opportunity to compete against their friends. A unique and crucial step in developing a young player, the program instills valuable lessons about being a team player, while improving a participant's polo game. At each qualifier, NYTS All-Stars are named for their exceptional horsemanship, sportsmanship and skill, both on and off the field. Players nominated as All-Stars are eligible for selection in their respective zones for the National Championship Cecil Smith Cup and NYTS Girls Championship. The newly-minted NYTS Girls Championship (formerly known at the Girls All-Star Challenge) will feature eight talented up-and-coming young female players from across the country.

2018 National Youth Tournament Series Cecil Smith Cup Champions: Central Region - Cipriano Echezarreta, Grayson Price, Vaughn Miller Jr., Will Walton, Coach Mason Wroe.

NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES CHAMPIONSHIP

Tournament News

NATIONAL YOUTH TOURNAMENT SERIES CHAMPIONSHIP

Teams and Rosters

Bracket I

Bracket II

Bracket III

Bracket IV

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Western Region (0-1)

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Bayne Bossom
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Grant Palmer
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Riley Jordan
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Johann Felhaber
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Coach Patrick Uretz
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Central Region (0-1)

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Grayson Price
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Vance Miller III
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Regan Smith
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Joe Post
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Coach Tiger Kneece
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Florida Region (1-1)

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Landen Eckbo Daniels
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Benji Eckbo Daniels
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Hope Arellano
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Jack Whitman
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Coach Adam Snow
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Eastern Region (2-0)

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Aiden Meeker
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Winston Painter
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Reed Miller
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Parker Pearce
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Coach Nick Snow
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Girls Team White (2-0)

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Sophie Grant
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Jenna Tarshis
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Anna Alworth
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Hope Kerley
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Coach Jim Wright
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Girls Team Black (0-2)

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Summer Kneece
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Alana Benz
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Lila Bennett
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Athena Malin
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Coach Jesse Bray
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Tournament Games

Friday, Sep 6, 2019

September 06

Final

NYTS CHAMPIONSHIP

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Western Region (0-1)

3

Florida Region logo

Florida Region (1-1)

9.5

September 06

Final

NYTS CHAMPIONSHIP

Central Region logo

Central Region (0-1)

6

Eastern Region logo

Eastern Region (2-0)

6.5

September 06

Final

NYTS CHAMPIONSHIP

Girls Team White logo

Girls Team White (2-0)

7.5

Girls Team Black logo

Girls Team Black (0-2)

5

Sunday, Sep 8, 2019

September 08

Final

NYTS CHAMPIONSHIP

Girls Team White logo

Girls Team White (2-0)

4.5

Girls Team Black logo

Girls Team Black (0-2)

4

September 08

Final

NYTS CHAMPIONSHIP

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Florida Region (1-1)

5

Eastern Region logo

Eastern Region (2-0)

6

The venue

New Bridge Polo Club

Driving into the New Bridge Polo & Country Club (New Bridge) in Aiken, South Carolina, one may think they had just entered an argentine estancia. With its signature four-board black fencing and orange clay dirt roads--it’s no accident that the New Bridge Polo Club alludes to the current mecca of polo. Founded by amateur polo player Russ McCall in 2000, the club was created in partnership with Argentine professional Matias Magrini.

The astounding 861-acre New Bridge development boasts five world-class polo fields in a private gated community. While that may sound intimidating, McCall points out that the gates serve less as a barrier to keep people out, but rather as a means to keep the occasional escaped horse in. The atmosphere of the club remains true to its humble beginnings, unpretentious, in a natural wooded setting, framed by southern pines and surrounded by an effortless tranquility.

The centerpiece of the club is the rustic colonial-style clubhouse. Constructed of old wood that was shipped from Argentina and assembled onsite, it brings the history and ambiance of the Argentine way of life to South Carolina. The clubhouse also conveniently houses a player’s bar, restaurant and outdoor asado area for post-game parties. Spectators are invited to sit on the porch with a spectacular view of Field 1 to watch the featured Sunday matches. New Bridge offers country living without the inconveniences of country distances. Cottage-style bungalows are situated on residential lots lining Field 1, as well as larger estate houses with the option to buy or build.

New Bridge Polo Club
862 New Bridge Rd
Aiken, SC 29805
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