ACL Man and Woman of the Year

Jamie Graham and Maya Cup were each awarded $5,000 as the Man of the Year and Woman of the Year.

WCO World Cup

  • In the first World Cup on the Worldwide Cornhole Organization, the Carolina Conference went undefeated on the day and just edged out the surprising squad from out West for the gold. Mideast and Midsouth battled for 3rd with Mideast gaining the upper hand. You can see the World Cup bracket here.

Women’s Events

  • Singles: Sarah Cassidy took the title, while Megan Maupin, Maya Cupp and Samantha Finley following in 2nd-4th. Kamryn Belvin and Kaylee Hunter tied for 5th and Allison Peters and Christine Papcke tied for 7th. You can see the entire bracket here.
  • Doubles: Sarah took the top spot in doubles too, teamed up with Cheyenne Renner. More familiar faces in 2nd as Samantha Finley and Allison Peters joined forces to win silver. The teams of Christine Papcke and Megan Maupin and Lori Drool and Jackie Sayasone tied for 3rd place overall by taking second place in brackets A and B.

Co-Ed Events

  • Mixed Doubles: Samantha Finley and Derrick King beat the team of Frank Modlin and Kamryn Belvin for 1st. Ryan Windsor and Megan Maupin took second in A bracket while Jordan Camba and Karlee Halbert just missed winning the B bracket.

Seniors Events

  • Singles: Daymon Dennis beat Tom Walter for the title, while Glen Gundle beat Brian Lynn to earn the third step on the podium. William Smith and Mike Arrington, Sr. tied or 5th. See the bracket here.
  • Doubles: Daymon had an unsurprisingly big tournament taking the senior doubles title with long-time partner Philip Haydon over another power-team of Allan Rockwell and Bob Vonch. Chuckie Love and Tom Walter earned 3rd with a win over Haseeb Habiban and Glen Gundle. Lefty Long and Phath Sem tied for 5th with Ron Kugel and Dave Kolenc. Here’s that bracket.
  • 70+ Singles: Rick Stull won the 70+ tournament.

“Competitive” Events

  • Singles: Ryan Maciejewski stood tall as the winner of competitive singles with a win over Garret Gaither. Dylan Leatherwod and Paul Dutcher tied for 3rd by advancing to the semifinals. Tied for 5th with 2nd place finishes in brackets A, B, C and D were Quentin Robinson, Graham Williams, Roderick Thompson and Mike Arrington, Sr.
  • Doubles: Dave and Carol Wozniak took down Cameron Jones and Travis Purser for the competitive doubles title. Michael Cromer and Bobby Pearson, Sr. tied for 3rd overall with Matthew Gagnon and Austin Vidal in the A and B brackets.
  • Blind Draw: Juan Nieto and John Smith were happy with their draw as they advanced to win the competitive blind draw over Billy Young and Brodyn Raleigh. Doyle Martin and Bobby Hodges rounded out the podium in 3rd by beating Melissa Goodenough and Ryan Maciejewski. See that bracket here.

Intermediate Events

  • Singles: Moses Zazueta beat Denny Mallon to win the intermediate singles championship, with Blake Anderson and Skeeter Robinson tying for 3rd by winning their brackets. You can see the full results here.
  • Doubles: Dakotah Nieto and Jim Osborne took the doubles title with a win over Eric Augstyn and David Bain, while the teams of Richard Bowman and Eli Porter and Heith Jenkins and Dylan Osborne fell in the finals of A and B brackets to tie for 3rd.
  • Blind Draw: Robert Martini and Blake Knierman got paired up and walked away winning it all, relegating Dave Feltenberger and Carrie Shilale to second place, while Tim Miller and Nicole Pratt beat Mark Stephenson and Matt Mickler for 3rd. Check out the full results.

Advanced Events

  • Singles: Erick Davis who usually plays with the ACO, and is cornhole famous for his flop/roll shot, won advanced singles by beating Tanner Halbert. More faces from the ACO just behind with Matt Guy tying for 3rd with Josh Holland. Behind them tied for 5th was Kamryn Belvin, Tony Smith, Bret Guy, and Kaleb Batson. You can see the full results of brackets A, B, C and D here.
  • Doubles: Tanner Halbert did one better than his second place singles finish by winning the doubles event with Jordan Langworthy, taking down Guy Nation Matt and Bret Guy for the honor. Advanced doubles was a family affair at the top, as beyond the Guys, the family teams of Blake and Brandon Strnad and Anthony and Justin Reul tied for 3rd. Here’s A, B, C and D brackets.
  • Blind Draw: ROnnie L Hileman and Shawn Markov beat the team of Kevin Reily and Jacob Beamer to win it. Tied for 3rd with 2nd places finishes in their brakets were the teams of Matt Strattman and Tony Smith, and Justin Reul and Tucker Stills. Check out full results of A and B brackets.
  • Crew Cup: The team captained by Tony Smith came out on top with a win over Vince Pacione’s squad. Adam Clarks’ team took third by beating David Ryon’s team. You can see the full results of brackets A and B here.

Pro Events

  • Singles: Jamie Graham stood tall in 1st place with a win over Adam Hissner, while AJ Sims and Trey Burchfield tied for 3rd with their semifinal losses. Tied for 5th were the four bracket winners: Daymon Dennis, Ryan Windsor, Leslie McIver and James Baldwin. See the A, B, C and D brackets here.
  • Doubles: Trey Burchfield and Derrick King earned the title by taking down Jimmy McGuffin and Greg Geary. Just behind those two teams tied for 3rd place were the teams of Jamie Graham and Frank Modlin and Kyle Malone and Dalton Mcklem. Full brackets are here: A, B, C, D
  • Crew Cup: Ryan Windsor pulled together a team that took the title by beating Noah Wooten’s team, while Danny Seal’s team beat Dusty Thompson’s team to take the third spot. Here’s that bracket.
  • Blind Draw: Tyler Poythress and AJ Sims won the blind draw with a win over William Smith and Timothy Pitcher. Tied for 3rd were the teams of Greg Geary and Isidro Herrera and Ryan Windsor and Brittany Emge. Here’s the full results of brackets A and B.

 

Pro Qualifier

A bunch of amateurs and ACO pros competed in a qualifier to earn the right to play as ACL pros in the 2020-2021 season. Here are those who made the cut:

  • Matt Guy
  • Tony Smith
  • Bret Guy
  • Brian Knupp
  • Nate Stevens
  • Duncan Clemmer
  • Erick Davis
  • Kevin Allen
  • Kaleb Batson
  • Jordan Power
  • Nick Anderson
  • Logan Virgilio
  • Mike Harvey
  • Justin Doss
  • Jacob Beamer
  • Tom Gustafson
  • Dillon Turpin
  • Keith Perry
  • Eian Cripps
  • Ricardo Gonzales
  • Steven Bernacet
  • Chad Webb
  • Taelon Harris
  • Jim Glasscock
  • Reuben Snyder
  • Bobby Hodges
  • DJ Powell
  • Eric Tscherne
  • Tom Walter
  • Ernest Herrera
  • Peter Zazueta
  • Rudy Ai
  • Taylor Mustian
  • Jerry Roberts