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EMPIRE AND BEING THE CHANGE NYTS QUALIFIERS

Feb 20, 2018 11:42 AM

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Two more National Youth Tournament Series Tournaments (NTYS) are in the books! Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, and Being the Change Polo Club in Phoenix, Arizona, each hosted a NYTS Qualifier over Presidents Day Weekend. Excitement for the NYTS program continues to grow. In addition to the four NYTS National Championship Zone teams, two all-female teams will be selected to compete in the East vs. West Invitational. The NYTS season continues through August 1. Individual players are encouraged to contact their local club to sign up.

The National Youth Tournament Series Program was established to provide youth players the opportunity to compete against their peers in USPA-sanctioned outdoor tournaments. At each qualifier, All-Stars are selected by an appointed committee. All-Stars are then eligible to be selected for one of the four open zone teams or two female regional teams to compete in the NYTS Championships and East vs. West Invitational over Labor Day weekend. The NYTS qualifier has been designed for upper-intermediate to advanced youth players, those capable of holding a minimum of a “B” handicap. For more information, please visit uspolo.org or email NYTS@uspolo.org.

Empire Polo Club NYTS Qualifier

Empire Polo Club NYTS Qualifier Participants: (L to R) Maya Tantuwaya, Elise Pardue, Molly Agee, Garret Bankhead, Taylor Olcott, Petra Teixiera, Cory Williams, Bayne Bossom, pictured with Pacific Coast Circuit Governor Daniel Walker.
Empire Polo Club NYTS Qualifier Participants: (L to R) Maya Tantuwaya, Elise Pardue, Molly Agee, Garret Bankhead, Taylor Olcott, Petra Teixiera, Cory Williams, Bayne Bossom, pictured with Pacific Coast Circuit Governor Daniel Walker.

Winners: Central Coast/Empire
Taylor Olcott
Petra Teixiera
Bayne Bossom
Cory Williams

Runners-Up: Lakeside/Empire
Maya Tantuwaya
Elise Pardue
Molly Agee
Garret Bankhead

Results
Game 1: Central Coast/Empire def. Lakeside/Empire 7-2
Game 2: Central Coast/Empire def. Lakeside/Empire 5-3

All-Stars: (L to R) Petra Teixiera, Molly Agee, Cory Williams, Bayne Bossom
All-Stars: (L to R) Petra Teixiera, Molly Agee, Cory Williams, Bayne Bossom, pictured with Pacific Coast Circuit Governor Daniel Walker.
BPP: "Louie" played by Molly Agee
Best Playing Pony: Louie played by Molly Agee.

Being The Change Polo Club NYTS Qualifier

Being The Change Polo Club Participants: Cassidy Wood, Bryan Burby, Trent Wakefield, Logan Behrens, Thomas Phelps, Zackery Coleman, Grace Grotnik, Benjamin Faherty, Troy Wakefield, Roque Sarmiento.
Being The Change Polo Club Participants: Cassidy Wood, Bryan Burby, Trent Wakefield, Logan Behrens, Thomas Phelps, Zackery Coleman, Grace Grotnik, Benjamin Faherty, Troy Wakefield, Roque Sarmiento.

Winners: J Levine Auction
Thomas Phelps
Bryan Burby
Logan Beherns
Trent Wakefield
Cassidy Wood

Runners-Up: Pathlight Investors
Grace Grotnik
Roque Sarmiento
Benjamin Faherty
Zackery Coleman
Troy Wakefield

Results
Game 1: J Levine Auction def. Pathlight 5-3
Game 2: J Levine Auction def. Pathlight 4-2

All-Stars: (L to R) Thomas Phelps, Cassidy Wood, Zackery Coleman, Grace Grotnik.
All-Stars: (L to R) Thomas Phelps, Cassidy Wood, Zackery Coleman, Grace Grotnik.
Best Playing Pony: Lacy owned by Steven Bentz, played by Cassidy Wood.
Best Playing Pony: Lacy owned by Steven Bentz, played by Cassidy Wood.

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