Sports & Recreation

Cincinnati Pickleball Club to Host 'Monster Smash' Tournament at Newly-Renovated Sawyer Point Courts

Do the 'Monster Smash' with the Cincinnati Pickleball Club this weekend.

By Lauren Serge

The Cincinnati Pickleball Club is hosting their third-annual Monster Smash, a three-day Halloween-themed tournament. The event will take place Oct. 7-9 at the newly-renovated Sawyer Point Pickleplex courts, revamped earlier this year to accommodate the emerging pickleball scene in Cincinnati...

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By CityBeat Staff

 The Loveland Frogman 
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