On Friday September 10th the Paesano Bocce Club Hosted Kaiser Permanente Retirees: For more about the outing go to Member News:

Here are a few pics from the outing:

Paesano Bocce Club held their Individual Singles Championship Sunday August 29th

It was  long day and certainly the best of the best came out to see would hold the title of Number 1, Numeral uno! Congrats go to Tony Aiello!  You got bragging rights for a year! 16 Players enter the four pool qualifying round. The top two from each pool  got into the top 8 single elimination round.  To say it was an exciting day is an understatement. There were some fantastic back and forth nail bitters. Great lagging and shooting.  It boiled down to who could outlast their opponent? Pretty Super Fantastic Sunday Tournament. Thanks to all that played, watched and helped! 

First place Tony Aiello, Second Place Joachim Creten, Third Place Phil Schyhart

August 8th the Paesano Bocce Club hosted the second annual GRESHAM FORD Mixed Doubles Championship.

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!

1st Place Stephanie Kyle & Rick Cervi2nd Place Tony Aiello and Liz Von Demfange 3rd Place Dakota Taylor & Doug Burchak

July 10th & 11th the Paesano Bocce Club hosted the The Northwest Ryder Cup Challenge “Oregon vs Washington” and the 16th Annual Aldo Rossi 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, Brian Peterson), 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)

On Wednesday June 30th the Paesano Bocce Club hosted the Tigard / Tualatin High School Upward Bound students.

Forty plus High School students spent the day learning and playing Bocce. There was an Introduction and History of Bocce presented by Mario Pompei, President Paesano Bocce Club. A brief review of the rules of bocce was followed with a demonstration by Dino Gavazza and John Benagni. The group came prepared and already had the 40 students divided into 8 teams. They were divided into two pools of four and pool play began with a Paesano Bocce Club member acting as coach/referee on each of the four court
It was an honor to host these students. Very enthusiastic, energetic, intelligent, sharp and a willingness to learn. They were very cooperative and polite. A great bunch of young adults!
Here are a few pictures from the day!
What is Upward Bound?
“Upward Bound provides fundamental support to participants in their preparation for college entrance. The program provides opportunities for participants to succeed in their precollege performance and ultimately in their higher education pursuits. Upward Bound serves high school students from low-income families; and high school students from families in which neither parent holds a bachelor’s degree. The goal of Upward Bound is to increase the rate at which participants complete secondary education and enroll in and graduate from institutions of postsecondary education.”
Here are a few pictures of the day:


A Look Back to 2020,

2020 PAESANO BOCCE CLUB CHAMPIONS, DUE FAMIGLIE, Butch Mason, Wayne Pompei, Mario Pompei, Cody Mason (not pictured, Jack Elder)



HERE ARE YOUR 2020 MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUES CHAMPS, 1ST Place. Due Famiglie, 2nd Place. Pallino or Bust, 3rd Place. Blind Squirrels


HERE ARE YOUR 2020 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUES CHAMPS, 1ST Place. Six Guys Named Joe, 2nd Place. La Bocce Vita. 3rd Place Bad News Bocce.


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.


2020 Singles Double Elimination Final results, 1st Place Rick Cervi, 2nd Place Tony Aiello, 3rd Place Joachim Certen,

Thanks You competition Chairperson Brad Cotton for putting this tournament together in this Covid-19 year! Thanks you to everyone for a fun singles tournament during this COVID-19 pandemic.



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