PAESANO BOCCE CLUB

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Paesano Bocce Club Sunday Morning Fall League officially Ending! Successful First Season

This is an Official Notification that “Fall League” is ending. 

 
The winter weather is hitting the courts real hard. I partially cleaned them Oct 27thand on the 28th they are worse. In order to play it will take an intense effort to clean them off and keep them cleaned at this time of the year. 
 
Therefore, I think we have come to an end. 
 
That said, you are always welcome to come out and play just be advised the courts may be in need of cleaning. 
 
If you have any questions don’t hesitate to ask.
 
Thanks for a few fun weeks of bocce. I really enjoyed it and hope you all did too! It was our first ever try at a fall league and I wish it could have gone on for a few more weeks. In the future if we happen to clean them off l will let everyone know they are clean and open for play.
 
See you in the spring or on the courts!
 
Ciao,
 
Mario

 

Any questions email Mario at paesanobocceclub.com
or 
Brad Cotton at: bradbocce@comcast.net

 

About Bocce?

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

 

CHECK OUT WHAT’S GOING ON OVER AT CLUB PAESANO: https://clubpaesano.org/ 

 

 

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.

Paesano Bocce Club Breaks Ground For New Bocce Courts. (Replacing the last two Natural Surface Courts with Synthetic Surface)

August 22nd, 29th Annual Festa Italiana Bocce Tournament

Congratulation to “Due Famiglie and Doug” for winning the 29th Annual Festa Italiana Bocce Tournament! 2nd, Foster Farms and 3rd, Stugatz. 

August 8th, Gresham Ford Mixed Doubles Tournament

 

Hello Bocce Family! This past Sunday August 8th, the Paesano Bocce Club held their second annual “GRESHAM FORD’s” Mixed Doubles Championships. It was a fantastic day of competition as 20 teams of men and women competed. It was long day as team finished off close to 8PM. Congratulations to Rick Cervi and Stephanie Kyle for taking the top prize. Thank you GRESHAM FORD for your sponsorship! Help support our sponsor. Go see then for great selection of new and used cars, service and great deals on tires! For more Pics click here: https://paesanobocceclub.com/gallery/

1st Place Stephanie Kyle & Rick Cervi

Congratulations to Rick Cervi and Stephanie Kyle

July 10th , Northwest Invitational Challenge Tournament, July 11th, 16th Annual Aldo Rossi Bocce Tournament. 

We had a fantastic Weekend of Bocce. ON Saturday we held the NW Challenge. Oregon vs Washington. We played Ryder Format. The was Doubles, Singles, Then Quads. WA won six in a row in doubles about to win 7 in a row but Butch and Cody came from behind to win 10-9 to stop the streak to end the Doubles . Paul Barasch at the time said that was a pivotal win and he was right as Oregon then won Singles 18-6 . Everybody won a match. So this was a total Oregon win, Thank you for refereeing , setting up , and taking down, and playing. Final Oregon 27, Washington 15.
On Sunday the 16th annual Aldo Rossi tournament was held. $1200 in prize money was at stake. 1st Place Due Famiglie and Doug, (Cody Mason, Mario Pompei, Doug Burchak, Butch Mason) 2nd Place, The Wonders, (Bob Sheffels, Jennifer Sheffels, Gail Denhert, Phil Ferrari), 3rd Place, Pallino or Bust, (Phil Schwyhart, Brad Cotton, Rick Cervi, Joachim Creten) 4th Place, The Herry’s, (Pat Henry, Brian Henry, Amanda Henry, Anthony Singleton)

 

2021 Upcoming Tournaments. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Registration Form

Individual Registration Form, Please remit all payments to: Paesano Bocce Club, 720 SE 166th Place, Portland Oregon 97233
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Questions? E-mail Mario at: paesanobocceclub@gmail.com