Josh Yee brings us a great highlights reel from this past weekend’s 2017 California State YoYo Championship. Featuring a ton of players, including Alann “Hotpocket” Herrera, Daniel Flaherty, Zac Rubino, Michael Ferdico, Keiran Cooper, Ernest Kahn, and more.
We’ve got official video of the winners in each division from the 2015 California State YoYo Championships, and Top Five from the 1A Divisions! For players interested in scoring breakdowns, we have full scores from all divisions here.
1st Place – Gentry Stein (YoYoFactory)
2nd Place – Ky Zizan (Werrd)
3rd Place – Michael Kurti (CLYW)
4th Place – Paolo Bueno (YoYoFactory)
5th Place – Eric Koloski (YoYoFactory)
1st Place – Tyler Hsieh
1st Place – Patrick Borgerding (YoYoFactory)
1st Place – Zac Rubino (Duncan)
1st Place – Tyler Severance (YoYoFactory)
Today was the California State YoYo Championships, held in Sacramento, California. Check out partial results below, along with video of all the winners!
1st Place – Anthony Rojas
2nd Place – Michael Nakamura
3rd Place – Clint Armstrong
4th Place – Guy Wright
5th Place – Wilson Van Gundy
6th Place – Jensen Kimmitt
7th Place – Luckey Yulin Li
8th Place – James Reed
9th Place – Ty Goldman
10th Place – Gentry Stein
11th Place – Eric Koloski
12th Place – CJ Atkinson
13th Place – Jiawei Wan
14th Place – Joe Wilson
15th Place – Tyler Severance
16th Place – Tessa Piccillo
17th Place – Ernest Kahn
18th Place – Will Hahn
19th Place – Matthew Poon
20th Place – Angelo Aguirre
21st Place – Ann Connolly
DISQUALIFIED – Paul Bueno
1st Place – Joseph Harris
1st Place – Alex Hattori
1st Place – Zac Rubino
1st Place – Tyler Severance
The 2014 California State website went live today, and it is extremely slick with a redesigned logo featuring the California Grizzly bear; with the live website came the opening of registration. With over $3000 in cash prizes, it will be well worth the $25 to enter. The event has been attracting tons of talent for years and has grown accordingly. This is an event you will not want to miss! The contest takes place on March 1st, 2014, in Sacramento, California.
Here is an official statement from contest organizer Johnnie DelValle:
– All Championship Divisions WILL have prelims
– We hope to take 25 Finalists into 1A
– Championship and Sports Ladder Registration is ONLINE only
– Prelims will have 15 set songs to choose from, once you register; a list of songs is emailed to you for you to choose from.
– There will be a Friday night even (Coming soon)
– Sponsors will be coming soon
– 1A Championship Division will have a minimum of $1,000 CASH for first place.
– Junior 1A will also be awarded for highest placing contestant under the age of 13
Good luck and get registered!
In the meantime, check out the winners from last years event: