Mike Zuglan's Joss Northeast 9-Ball Tour
2023-24 Season

L-R Beau Powers Room Owner Howard Fogg and Dave Hall

Dave Hall, known as “Eagle” in his home state of Maine, was inducted into the New England Pool & Billiards Hall of Fame this year. The announcement of his induction referred to the vast number of titles he has won in the Maine area. He added to that list of titles again over the September 9th – 10th weekend with an undefeated run through the Maine Event XV, the first stop on the 2023-2024 Joss NE 9-Ball Tour.

Hall cruised through Saturday with wins over Wyatt Dutton, Cody Francis and Jeff Mosimann. Wins over Cleiton Rocha and Beau Powers on Sunday put Hall in the hot-seat.

Rocha won two on the left side of the board (Dillon Nickerson and Tom Cayer), but came up short in the semi-final match against Powers.

Hall’s win at this tournament last year, his first career Joss Tour title, came from the one loss side. This year he did himself one better by beating Powers 9-4 in the first, and only, set of the finals.

Sunday’s second chance tournament saw Kyle Carpenter dominate the field on his way to the hot-seat. Carpenter defeated Mike Berube, Wyatt Dutton, Jeff Neubauer and Robert Lee by a combined score of 12-3. Mike Renshaw was the story on the one loss side as he bounced back from a loss in his first match of the day, to win five straight matches to earn his place in the finals against Carpenter. Carpenter did away with any idea of Renshaw continuing his winning streak, as he beat Renshaw 3-0 in the only set of the finals.

The Joss NE 9-Ball Tour is back in action this weekend at Run Em Racks Billiards in Johnston, RI for another $1500 added main event and $500 added second chance tournament.

- by AzB staff
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