About Edju Martin

Edju Martin has been president of the Winner's Circle Cornhole club since its inception. His passion for the game is unrivaled.

11/23/22: Iannello & Louisos Top Record-Shattering Field; Airmail Pipe Takes A BJ

WCCC Wednesday Night at The Brook, presented by Route 1 Vapors, was our Thanksgiving Eve Blowout, and what we blew out was our record for players one a Wednesday night, shattering the previous record of 69 when 82 hardy souls showed up to do battle.  In a finals shortened to a single game due to time constraints, Matty Iannello & Jeremy Louisos was able to pull away to a 24-10 victory over Tyler Page & Kevin Lowry to claim the biggest Wednesday night blind draw prize we’ve ever had on offer, a smokin’ $420.

Iannello & Louisos jumped out to leads of 5-0 & 7-1 before a 5 spot by Lowry in the 4th round closed the gap tp 7-6.  Iannello & Louisos each posted deuces to make it 10-6, and then Page grabbed a 4 to even things at 10-10 after 7 rounds, setting up what looked to be a barnburner of a finish.  Three straight scoring rounds by Iannello & Louisos made it 17-10. however, and after a wash Louisos laid a 7 pointer on Lowry to end it, but not before Lowry had a chance at an airmail drag to save his team.  The bag went long, ending the championship after a fitting 12 rounds for the 24-10 final.

Phil Jackson and WCCC debutant Christina Zeletsky turned an early 4-3 deficit into a commanding 18-3 lead over Seng Sao and Chris Cole en route to a 24-8 win to claim the final podium spot.

Kevin Lowry posted a stellar 8.69 PPR to easily lead the way on his way to the silver medal, while Craig Dutton was behind in 8.14 and Wayne McCarthy was 3rd with an 8.05.  Lowry had 9 fourbaggers to pace the field as well.

Brian Johnson got the call for airmail with a total pot of $3404 on offer, at $851 a bag.  The first bag went in and then three went long to roll over $2553 to next week.

We want to thank our loyal players and also the 20 new players that graced our blind draw for the first time in 2022.  We had a blast and hope to see you again next week!

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11/23/22: Iannello & Louisos Top Record-Shattering Field; Airmail Pipe Takes A BJ2022-11-25T01:53:22-05:00

11/2/22: Bushway vs Johnson II Is Deja Vu; Aruba Tom Is One Happy Man

WCCC Wednesday Night at The Brook, presented by Route 1 Vapors, featured our monthly Switcholio, but it was more of the Sameholio, as Rich Bushway & Brian Johnson again made the finals, Bushway this time with birthday boy Phil Jackson and Johnson with the ageless Kevin Lowry.  Unlike last week’s sweep, this one went the full three games,  The result, however, was the same, with Bushway & Jackson claiming the title in the 3rd game against Johnson & Lowry.

Game 1 was a tight affair for quite some time, as after 12 rounds Bushway & Jackson held a slim 9-8 lead.  Two 4 point rounds later it was 17-8 and although Johnson got 2 points off of a fourbagger to close to 17-10, they could get no closer and a 5 spot for Bushway in the 20th round closed out a 22-10 victory.

Game 2 started off appearing like we were cruising for a sweep, with Bushway & Jackson leading 10-5 after 9 rounds,  Johnson & Lowry, showing resilience, gave their opponents a taste of the medicine they received in Game 1, with back-to-back 4 & 3 point rounds giving them a 12-10 lead.  A 5 point Bushway haymaker swung the pendulum back in their direction to the tune if 15-12, but Johnson brutalized Jackson for 5 and 4 point rounds sandwiched around a Bushway’Lowry wash, potting 7 of 8 bags to knot up the series 1-1 with a 21-15 win.

Game 3 was Chinese water torture for Johnson & Lowry, as after 8 rounds they led 6-4, but only scored 1 point in the final 8 rounds as Bushway & Jackson rose to another level.  Jackson did to Johnson what he received at the end of Game 2, with his final two rounds going for 4 and 6 points to seal the 23-7 title decider.

The 16th seeded Cinderella pairing of Steve Marshall & Sean McKinnon made the 3rd place game against Dominic Lander & Jack Jennings and jumped out to a 4-0 lead after the first round and 5-1 after three rounds before midnight struck swiftly and viciously, with Lander & Jennings scoring 23 unanswered points over the next 6 rounds to complete a 24-5 drubbing and claim the final podium spot.

The three top PPRs were submitted by the top 3 finishers in the tournament, with runner-up Brian Johnson leading the way with an 8.85, champion Rich Bushway following with an 8.62, and bronze medalist Dominic Lander finishing with an 8.27.  Brian Johnson also moved into the 2nd spot for fourbaggers with a tournament-high 10.

Airmail reached and breached the $1000/bag mark for the first time since November 24th, 2021, settling at $4190 for $1047 per bag.  Tom O’Hara was drawn, drained the 1st bag to claim himself a four figure payday, then missed the mark with the final three bags.  A strong rollover of $3143 will find its way to next week.

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11/2/22: Bushway vs Johnson II Is Deja Vu; Aruba Tom Is One Happy Man2022-11-03T15:42:44-04:00

10/26/22: Sweep Dreams For Bushway & Titcomb; Baby Mac Got No Cheddar

WCCC Wednesday Night at The Brook, presented by Route 1 Vapors, saw a record breaking night at 67 players, a number we’ve never achieved before, walked through the doors to toss bags in the ballroom at The Brook!  It was a night where only one of the top 5 seeds made the semifinals, and the finals were contested by the 6th seeded Rich Bushway & Shannon Titcomb and the 9th seeded Katy Singlar & WCCC debutant Matty Iannello.

Bushway & Titcomb found little resistance in the best of three finals, claiming a straight sets victory by scores of 21-6 & 21-5.  The champions jumped out to a 10-0 lead after three rounds of Game 1, 17-2 after 7, then treaded water for 3 rounds before Bushway fourbagged to finish off the 21-6 Game 1 win.  Game 2 was a shorter affair, with Bushway & Titcomb leading 6-0 after 1, 13-1 after 3, and 19-1 after 6.  Iannello had a last gasp with a 4 point round, but Bushway sank his last bag of the 8th and final round to secure the 21-5 Game 2 win and a 2-0 finals victory.  The titlists’ biggest battle was a 21-20 slugfest in the semifinals where they survived everything defending champion Brian Johnson & Tom O’Hara threw at them.

Speaking of Johnson & O’Hara, they channeled their frustrations over their close semifinal loss to absolutely bludgeon Austin Rowe & Domenic Branden 27-0 to claim the final podium spot.  In a 6 round rout, Johnson sank 11 of his 12 bags in a near flawless performance.

Brian Johnson easily topped the PPR standings with a sterling 8.85, while Scott Pelletier was a full ,64 behind with an 8.21.  Rich Bushway snagged the 3rd spot by a thin .01 margin with an 8.12 on his way to the title.

The airmail, which has had no bags hit since 9/21 and only one bag since 8/31, has swollen to $3613, for $903 a bag.  Mike McNamara Jr got the call, but didn’t seriously threaten the pipe, leaving all the cash for next week, and a strong possibility that we will top the $1000/bag mark next week.

We would like to thank our sponsors that make it all happen!

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10/26/22: Sweep Dreams For Bushway & Titcomb; Baby Mac Got No Cheddar2022-10-27T01:38:09-04:00

9/7/22: Johnson & Page Turn Winners; No Peacock Strut For Airmail

WCCC Wednesday Night at The Winner’s Circle, presented by Route 1 Vapors, presented our monthly Switcholio, and when the dancing was over and the dust settled, Brian Johnson claimed his 15th podium and 4th tournament win of the season, while partner Tyler Page scored his first ever in both categories.  Their undefeated playoff run culminated in a 2-0 finals sweep over John Mahoney & Eric Kenney by scores of 21-12 & 29-16.

The story of both finals games were Mahoney & Kenney taking a lead, having the game tighten up, and then Johnson throwing haymakers to knock out the opponents both times.  Game 1 saw Mahoney & Kenney take leads of 7-0, 11-6. and 12-11 after 14 rounds, before Johnson posted a 12-2 round on Mahoney to turn a 1 point mid-game deficit into a 21-12 win.  Game 2 saw Mahoney & Kenney survive an early barrage to take a 16-10 lead after 15 rounds, before Johnson & Page pulled to within 16-13.  Johnson took over from there, sinking his final 8 bags, sandwiched around a single point from Page’s round, and mirroring the end of Game 1 with another 12-2 round to cap a 19-0 run with a 29-16 victory to take top honors.

In the 3rd place game, Steve Singlar & Ryan McConville spotted Dominic Lander & Rob Carroll a 5-0 lead, then systematically picked apart their opponents over, scoring no more than 4 points in any one round but cruising to a 21-9 victory to claim the final podium spot.

Top PPR on the night went to Stephen Langlois, who posted a sterling 8.15.  Brian Johnson’s run to the title was aided by his 7.92, while his good friend Craig Anderson snagged the 3rd spot with his 7.8 PPR.  Johnson’s fourbagger barrage in the finals gave him top billing on that front, ending with 11 for the evening.

Sandy Peacock got her first stab at the airmail pipe, and she had one bag clip the rim and skitter off, and her final bag hung agonizingly on the rim for what seemed like an eternity before plopping to the ground.  The entire $1956 airmail pot rolls over to next week.

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9/7/22: Johnson & Page Turn Winners; No Peacock Strut For Airmail2022-09-09T00:36:35-04:00

8/10/22: Don’t @ Him – Anderson’s Huge Night Gets Lander Over The Hump

WCCC Wednesday Night at The Winner’s Circle, presented by Route 1 Vapors, was the Craig Anderson Show.  Anderson, known also as @, teamed with Dominic Lander to put on a virtuoso performance, going 11-0 en route to claiming the championship.   Anderson & Lander’s night peaked in the first ever best of three finals, where they won in straight sets 22-0 & 25-12 over Todd Rabeau & Steve Singlar.

The first game was a demolition, with Anderson & Lander scoring in 7 of the 8 rounds, a 10-3 round by Lander over Singlar the key to making a 12-0 game a 19-0 laugher before grinding out the final three points.  Game 2 seemed to be tipping Rabeau & Singlar’s way, as they survived the storm of an early 6-0 deficit to take an 11-6 lead, but after the eventual champs battled back to make it a 12-10 deficit, Anderson delivered the backbreaker, a 12-4 round over Rabeau that gave them an 18-12 lead and pointed the way to the eventual 25-12 final margin,

The 3rd place game showcased one of the rising stars of the WCCC, with Jamie Paquette, given walker duty for the 2nd time in 2022, made a magical run to the semifinals before falling after giving them a stern test,  Paquette regrouped to recover from a 7-4 deficit against podium regular Brian Johnson and semifinal newcomer Rachel Jean to cruise to a 22-12 victory and the final podium spot.

The PPR list was headed by the red hot Chris Cole, who posted a sterling 8.17, a full .3 higher than runner-up Sandy Peacock at 7.87.  Brian Johnson hit the slot machine in 3rd at 7.77.  Glenn Krick & Jamie Paquette shared fourbagger honors with 6 apiece on the night,.

We alluded to the night being the Craig Anderson Show earlier, and you must be wondering why, considering two people win every week.  The @ Man found himself getting drawn for airmail, and had three really close bags with one of them being true for a $479 win, rolling $1438 over to next week.

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8/10/22: Don’t @ Him – Anderson’s Huge Night Gets Lander Over The Hump2022-08-12T00:15:26-04:00

7/20/22: Cole & Paquette Ascend To The Summit For First Time In 2022; Clifford’s Reads Were Off For Airmail

WCCC Wednesday Night at The Winner’s Circle, presented by Route 1 Vapors, saw Chris Cole & Jamie Paquette both claim their first titles of the year, with the added bonus of Paquette not only making his first ever Wednesday night final but winning it, as they double-dipped Dominic Lander & Mike McNamara Sr. in the finals by scores of 21-2 & 21-20.

No one would have been betting on Colke & Paquette to sniff the finals after going 1-3 and finishing 4th in their pool, but they caught fire in the double elimination playoffs, defeating two of the four pool winners en route to the winner’s bracket final, where their momentum was halted momentarily by Lander & McNamara, who eased to a 23-6 win to claim the king seat spot in the finals.

Undeterred, they got their 3rd win over a pool winner with a 23-9 decision over Stephen Langlois and Jodie Voishnis to set up a finals rematch with Lander & McNamara.  The first game of the finals was a 5 round drubbing, as Cole got off to a 7-0 start with a 10-3 round, then Paquette dropped 2 points despite posting a 10 in the round, then rounds of 2, 7 and 5 points KOed Lander & McNamara and set up the winner-take-all game.

It looked like it was going to be an easy win for Cole & Paquette in the final game, as they jumped out to leads of 4-0, 14-7, 16-8, and 19-11. but Lander & McNamara dug deep and tied it after 14 rounds, and the took the lead on a grinding 4-3 round when Lander boarded all 4, Paquette had 3 on, and his partner encouraged him to go for the airmail and the win, reasoning that a miss would only cost them one point and the risk was worth it.  This was prescient thinking on Cole’s part, as a 6-4 round, with McNamara JUST missing a hard push shot that would have changed things, gave Cole & Paquette the 2 points they needed for the 21-20 epic victory that punctuated a great night of bags.

Technically there was no 3rd place game, but Stephen Langlois & Jodie Voishnis, as mentioned previously, claimed the final podium spot, and defeated Tyler Callahan & Brian Johnson 23-19 to secure their place on the podium.  Callahan & Johnson had won 5 straight elimination games by a combined 113-10 before getting stopped one rung short of the money.

The PPR list was topped by partners, but not ones you’d expect given the results.  The Ed Martin Memorial Classic defending champion Keegan Langlois led the way with a 8.47, while his partner Matt Lydon followed with a 7.93.  A hair behind in 3rd was Dominic Lander, who had a 7.9.  Lander not only also led the fourbagger charts for the night, but set a record in the ScoreMagic era with 13 fourbaggers on the night, giving him a 13 fourbagger lead on the leaderboard.

After some confusion with the concept of how to read numbers on a strip of tickets, WCCC Hall of Famer Gary Clifford got the chance to take his shot at the airmail pipe.  Although he was on line for 3 of the 4 bags, he couldn’t find the distance and all $1537 rolls over to next week.

We would like to thank our sponsors that make it all happen!

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7/20/22: Cole & Paquette Ascend To The Summit For First Time In 2022; Clifford’s Reads Were Off For Airmail2022-07-22T01:48:21-04:00

5/11/22: Rabeau & Singlar Welcome Us Home; Presidential Pipe Dream With Airmail

WCCC Wednesday Night at The Winner’s Circle, presented by Route 1 Vapors, saw the WCCC return home, with our first Wednesday night in the great outdoors under the lights!

Tonight was a lesson in winning when it counts, with Corey Rabeau & Katy Singlar overcoming a rather pedestrian round robin performance to become invincible in the playoffs, culminating in a hard-fought 21-16 decision over Eric Kenney & Tyler Callahan in the finals.  It was not an easy path to victory, as Rabeau & Singlar had to overcome three of the four group winners to claim gold.  The finals were an evenly matched affair, with neither team going up by more than 5 points.  Callahan claimed 2 points off Rabeau to take a 16-12 lead and seemed poised for victory, but a 10-5 round in favor of Singlar (with the final bag hanging but not banging for the fourbagger) saw the lead swing her way, and then a 10-6 round for Rabeau over Kenney was the finisher.

The third place game saw Dominic Lander take the final podium spot for the second week in a row, this time with Brian Johnson.  Lander & Johnson dropped 4 points in the first round to Tom O’Hara & Jamie Paquette before handing out a straight beating in a 21-5 thrashing.  Johnson now has a WCCC-leading 4 third place finishes in 2022.

The bronze medalists were the dominant forces in PPR, with Brian Johnson leading the way with an 8.23, and Dominic Lander being dead even with Shane Bieber in a tie for 2nd with a 7.67.  Speaking of dead even ties between Lander & Bieber, they tied for the night’s lead in fourbaggers with 4, the cool conditions and outdoor venue no doubt contributing to a lower fourbagger count.

WCCC Presidenf Edju Martin got the call for airmail, and simply said “rollover” into the mic before toeing the line.  Four closer-than-expected bags later, the self-fulfilling prophecy was complete, and $1979 rolls over to next week.

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5/11/22: Rabeau & Singlar Welcome Us Home; Presidential Pipe Dream With Airmail2022-05-19T00:09:28-04:00

5/4/22: Small Comes Up Big In Battle Of Debutants; Richard Goes From Podium To Pipe

WCCC Wednesday Night at The Brook, presented by Route 1 Vapors, saw two players making their WCCC debuts team up with veteran WCCC members to make the finals, where Joel Small teamed up with WCCC board member Phil Jackson to run a gauntlet of some of the best players the region has to offer to claim victory.  The teams of Scott Pelletier & Shane Bieber, Craig Dutton & John Mahoney, and Brian Johnson & Jack Jennings, all higher seeded teams, were vanquished by Small & Jackson in the playoffs en route to the finals, where fellow newcomer Marc Rusch awaited with WCCC Hall of Famer Jesob Rockwell.

In a final with no washes whatsoever, Jackson conceded the first point to Rockwell before Small pumped in a fourbagger to post an 8 spot over Rusch.  Rockwell scored 4 & 5 in his next two rounds, while Small had a deuce in his to leave things at 10-10 after 4 rounds.   Small & Jackson then laid the hammer down, with a single by Small, a fourbagger 4 by Jackson, then Small administering the coup de grace with the 7 spot to cement a 22-10 victory and top honors for the night.

The third place game saw Dominic Lander, the hottest player (by performance!) in the WCCC, team with Steve Marshall to claim the final podium spot with a 25-10 thumping of Brian Johnson & Jack Jennings.

The biggest PPR of the night came from someone who didn’t win a playoff game, with Scott Pelletier posting a sterling 9.18.  Jesob Rockwell was 2nd both on the podium and in PPR, here with an 8.38, while Dominic Lander duplicated that feat with a 3rd in the tournament and a 3rd in PPR with an 8.28.

Kyle Richard, who won last week’s tournament, got the call to the airmail pipe and took his shots at $1787, or $446 a bag.  None of his sacks found the mark, however, and the full $1787 rolls over to next week,

We would like to thank our sponsors that make it all happen!

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5/4/22: Small Comes Up Big In Battle Of Debutants; Richard Goes From Podium To Pipe2022-05-08T23:55:23-04:00

4/27/22: Dom & Richard Win In The Finals Against…Dom & Richard?; Taz Has a Devilish Time With Airmail

WCCC Wednesday Night at The Brook, presented by Route 1 Vapors, was all about people named Dom & Richard, with the finals of a rare double elimination playoffs featuring Dominic Lander & WCCC newcomer Kyle Richard, who were in the king seat, against Domenic Branden & Rich(ard) Bushway, who needed to double dip.  Entering the finals, Lander & Richard were 2-0 over Branden & Bushway, with a 22-17 win in pool play and a 21-14 win in the winner’s bracket final.  Branden & Bushway showed they were going to be a tough out, however, by jumping out to leads 0f 10-1 and 20-5 before cruising to a 23-15 win to set up the winner take all game.  That only seemed to rile up Lander & Richard, who after 2 washes to open the finals, obliterated their opponents over the next 5 rounds in a 23-5 drubbing that left no doubt who the top dogs on the night were.  The points gained were just about evenly split between the champs, with Lander’s 11 & Richard’s 12 pointing the way to the gold.

With double elimination, there was no third place game, but the girl power duo of Mindy Sponagle & Jodie Voishnis lost their 1st playoff game then won 5 elimination games before suffering a close 23-18 loss to the eventual runners-up to claim the final podium spot,

The champions were dominant all night, with Kyle Richard taking top PPR with a 8.44 mark, followed closely by Dominic Lander with an 8.41.  Steve Marshall took the third spot by a sliver, his 7.81 being a mere .01 ahead of 4th place.   Richard also snagged the fourbagger title with a WCCC season high of 12, besting his partner Lander by 1.

Bob “Taz” Jardin, who was the first player to throw WCCC airmail in 2022 but went 0 for 4, got a second chance to claim some cash, but never really threatened the pipe, posting another 0 for 4 and leaving the full $1558 to roll over to next week.

We would like to thank our sponsors that make it all happen!

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We’ll see you next week!

 

4/27/22: Dom & Richard Win In The Finals Against…Dom & Richard?; Taz Has a Devilish Time With Airmail2022-04-29T00:47:12-04:00

4/20/22: Action Jackson & The Walker Smoke The Competition; Ryan Goads Some Cash Out Of The Pipe

WCCC Wednesday Night at The Brook, presented by Route 1 Vapors, featured a team with one player making a quick return to the final after a week’s absence, and another who climbed the top step of the podium in their maiden 2022 voyage.  Phil Jackson, who claimed victory two weeks ago, paired up with Stephen Langlois on his 2022 debut to survive a gauntlet and take top honors on the night.  The final was quite epic, as Jackson and Langlois went down 11-3 early to Glenn Krick & Jim Leonard before clawing back to tie it at 13.  Leonard put his team on the brink of victory with an 8-4 round over Jackson to make the score 20-15, but Langlois responded with a 3 and Jackson squeezed out a deuce to make it 20-20 and set up a sudden death situation.  Langlois was able to take advantage of first throw to set up a scenario where Krick had to airmail drag to have a chance.  Krick went long, however, giving Langlois 4 points and a 24-20 decision.

The third place game saw two teams who were vanquished in super competitive semifinals square off, with Cody Twombley & Craig Dutton outlasting John Mahoney & Ryan Goding 22-9 to claim the final podium spot.

Wayne McCarthy was able to just edge the top PPR of the night, posting a solid 8.36, with Stephen Langlois using his 8.29 to win the title.  3rd in PPR was Katy Singlar, who snagged that spot with a 7.81, which was 0.03 ahead of 4th.  Langlois claimed the fourbagger crown for the night with 7.

Ryan Goding’s disappointment of finishing just off the podium was tempered earlier in the night, when he became the first player to face down the airmail pipe and not leave empty handed, as he found the mark with one bag for a $444 win.  $1333 will carry over to next week.

We would like to thank our sponsors that make it all happen!

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We’ll see you next week!

 

4/20/22: Action Jackson & The Walker Smoke The Competition; Ryan Goads Some Cash Out Of The Pipe2022-04-21T01:36:13-04:00
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