Ontario Brings Home 15 Medals at the 2018 Canadian Squash Championships in Calgary


The Glencoe Club in Calgary, AB, played host to the 2018 Canadian Squash Championships this past week/weekend. While the event was far from home, a number of dedicated competitors packed their bags and made the trek to this high altitude city representing Ontario! 

It was a nail biting week at home for those of us who stayed glued to the Youtube channel watching the live-streamed Open matches and refreshing the draws over and over again to get the latest scores. In draws full of Alberta and BC players, Ontario squeaked by with two Gold, nine Silver, and four Bronze place finishes with another three consolation winners.  

Congratulations to the following medalists (in order of division):

  • Men's Open - Nick Sachvie (second place) and Mike McCue (third place)
  • Women's Open - Hollie Naughton (second place) and Sam Cornett (third place)
  • Men's 30+ - Derek Moore (second place)
  • Women's 30+ - Luz Osorio (second place)
  • Men's 45+ - Bruce Marrison (third place)
  • Men's 50+ - David Sly (first place), Willie Hosey (second place), and Jonathan Horton (consolation winner)
  • Women's 50+ - Lisa Bogdan (third place)
  • Men's 55+ - Walter Bentley (consolation winner)
  • Men's 60+ - Paul Lechtzier (second place)
  • Women's 60/65+ - Lorraine Tetreault (second place)
  • Women's 60+ - Lorraine Tetreault (first place)
  • Men's 65+ - David Forgeron (second place)
  • Men's 70+ - Voon Chan (consolation winner)
  • Men's A - Cory McCartney (second place)

Next year's event will be held at Mayfair Lakeshore where we hope to dominate the draws on our home soil! 

Below are some photos courtesy of players from the event. Please send in more photos if you have them!

Women's Open Podium from left to right: Sam Cornett (third), Danielle Letourneau (winner), Hollie Naughton (second) 

Men's Open Podium from left to right: Mike McCue (third), Andrew Schnell (winner), Nick Sachvie (second)

Men's 50+ Podium: Ontario winner David Sly (middle) with Ontario finalist Willie Hosey (second from right)

Women's 30+ Podium: Ontario's second place finisher Luz Osorio (right)

Women's 60/65+ Podium: Ontario's finalist Lorraine Tetreault (second from right). Lorraine was also given the Women's 60+ gold. 

Men's 30+ finalist, Derek Moore

Men's 30+ finalist, Derek Moore