PAESANO BOCCE CLUB
CONGRATULATIONS 2020 SINGLES CHAMP RICK CERVI!
The tourney is over and Rick is our 2020 champion winning the first game of the final 21-15 in from of a standing room only crowd of 8. Ok, Larry sat down for awhile. The first part of game was back and forth with the lead exchanging hands with Rick holding lead at 11-10. Rick slowly extended lead to 17-11 , but back came Tony to close to 17-15. Rick scored doubles in the last two frames to win 21-15. Thanks to Mario Pompei for refereeing assisted by Larry Cereghino. Thanks everyone for their participation.
Thanks You competition Chairperson Brad Cotton for putting this tournament together in this Covid-19 year!
Even if you’re not the most athletic person, you can find fun with Bocce. It’s an easy game to pick up, but it requires great skill to master it. But there’s no need to be intimidated if you’re asked to join a game of bocce. Play starts with a pallino (small ball) being thrown onto the court. Then teams alternate throwing a bocce ball as close to the pallino as possible. The official rules get quite a bit more complicated, but it’s a friendly game, so just follow your teammate’s lead until you get the hang of it.
Interested in Renting Bocce Courts for your Event?
The Paesano Bocce Club features two (2) outdoor professional sized Synthetic Bocce Ball Courts. For Rental Information Click Here. Rent A Court.docx
TEAM REGISTRATION FORM CLICK HERE: Team Registration
What is Bocce?
There are plenty of videos about rules, but this short 1 minute clip sums it up.
Who Are We?
Located in Gresham, Oregon members of Club Paesano have been playing bocce at Cedarville Park since 1976. Under the shade of tall fir trees two initial courts were built with four more added by 2006. With courts came tournaments and with tournaments came leagues. Click to read more about Paesano Bocce Club’s history.
Questions? E-mail Mario at: email@example.com