Champions of Hato Mayor looking to repeat in Ocho Rios
OCHO RIOS, Jamaica, November 14, 2019 – Americans Falyn
Fonoimoana and Corinne Quiggle in the women’s division and
Jeremy Casebeer and Chaim Schalk in the men’s segment are
the pre-tournament favorites of the Ocho Rios Beach
Volleyball Tournament, the tenth and last stage of the 2019
Both duos are fresh from winning the gold medals in the
double gender tournament held in Hato Mayor in the Dominican
Fonoimoana and Quiggle won the title match in Hato Mayor
against the Cubans Yanisleydis Sanchez and Lidianny
Echeverria who will be here also as the main challengers of
Canadian Alexandra Poletto, who finished third with Megan
Nash, will have Molley McBain as her partner this time.
The men’s field also include Canadian Jake MacNeil, who had
to settle for the silver medal in the previous stage with
Simon Fecteau-Boutin. This time he will team up with Liam
Kopp. Also Nicaraguans Ruben Mora and Denis Lopez, winners
of the bronze medal.
Fourteen pairs have been registered in each gender. The
players will be divided into four pools, two of four teams
and two of three teams. The top two teams of each pool will
advance to the quarterfinals.
(Jackie Toussaint/Mali Rafini), Canada-A (Devon
May/Anna Suen-Dunn), Canada-B (Molly McBain/Alexandra
Poletto), Costa Rica (Angel Williams/Camila
Villegas), Cuba (Yanileydis Sanchez/Lidianny
Echeverría), Curacao (Angjeny Tolentino/Leandra
Savonije), Guatemala (Estefanie Bethancourt/Natalia
Girón), Jamaica-A (Petal Smith/Kai Wright),
Jamaica-B (Danielle Watson/Selena Mitchell),
Nicaragua (Swan Mendoza/Lolette Rodriguez), Trinidad
& Tobago (Rheeza Grant/Malika Davidson), United
States (Falyn Fonoimoana/Corinne Quiggle), U.S.
Virgin Islands-A (Melanie Valenciana/Taylor Nutterfield).
U.S. Virgin Islands-B (Lisa Dietrich/Jade Vitt).
(Angela Fransua/Eddy Toro), Canada-A (Jake MacNeil/Liam
Kopp), Canada-B (Ivan Reka/Fiodar Kazhamiaka),
Costa Rica (Marco Miranda/Sebastian Valenciano), El
Salvador (Carlos Escobar/David Vargas), Guatemala
(Andy Leonardo/Luis García), Jamaica-A (Owayne
Lawrence/Triston Hitchman), Jamaica-B (Daunte Smith/Ryck
Webb), Nicaragua (Rubén Mora/Denis López), Puerto
Rico (Kevin Rodriguez/Juan Ribas), Trinidad & Tobago
(Daneil Williams/Joel Isaac Theodore), United States-A
(Jeremy Casebeer/Chaim Schalk), United States-B (Paul
Lotman/Miles Partain), U.S. Virgin Islands (Mark