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HEAD Squash Signs on as U.S. High School Championships Title Sponsor

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The world’s largest squash tournament—the U.S. High School Team Squash Championships—welcomes the support of title sponsors HEAD Squash. The HEAD 2017 U.S. High School Team Squash Championships will take place February 10-12 in Hartford, Connecticut.

“HEAD is extremely honored and excited to partner with US Squash to be the title sponsor of the 2017 High School Team Championships, ” said Ben Simons, HEAD Squash Senior Business Manager. “This event is the largest squash tournament in the world and represents the future of the sport.”

Last year, more than 1, 500 players on 172 teams from fourteen states competed across seven boys’ and five girls’ divisions in what was the largest U.S. High School Squash Team Championships to date. For the first time in tournament history, the Patterson and Justi Cups both went home to Greenwich, Connecticut as brother-sister schools Greenwich Academy and Brunswick School swept the top divisions.

“We are really pleased to welcome HEAD as the title sponsor of the 2017 U.S. High School Team Championships, ” said Kevin Klipstein, US Squash President & CEO. “We’re proud of how the event has developed in the last decade, and we are very focused on increasing access to squash nationwide. Without the support of our industry partners, HEAD in this case, our progress would be quite limited. We look forward to working together with HEAD in an effort to enhance the experience of all participants during what is currently the largest squash event in the world.”

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