Juan Gomez Dominguez pumps his fist after upsetting the tournament favorite in front of a packed gallery.
Juan Gomez Dominguez pumps his fist after upsetting the tournament favorite in front of a packed gallery.

Images courtesy of US Squash and Dale Walker.

Mexican Juan Gomez Dominguez stunned Egyptian BU19 one seed Karim Ibrahim in Sunday night’s U.S. Junior Open round of sixteen, while three American girls, and three American boys advanced to the U19 quarterfinals.

Playing in front of a packed gallery in Yale University’s Brady Squash Center, Gomez Dominguez ended Ibrahim’s title hopes 8-11, 12-10, 11-5, 12-10.

Elsewhere in the Boys’ U19 division, Bransten Ming came back from 2-0 down to beat fellow American Max Reed 3-11, 8-11, 11-8, 11-6, 11-7. Americans Timmy Brownell and Sean Hughes also reached the U19 quarterfinals with three-game victories.

BU19 Main Draw

The girls’ U19 division is still on track for an All-American final between top-seeded Reeham Sedky, and second-seeded Kayley Leonard. Sedky held off Canadian Sophie Mehta 13-11, 11-5, 8-11, 11-8, while Leonard defeated her Greenwich Academy teammate Kate Feeley 11-8, 11-4, 11-7.

Sixteen-year-old Team USA member Casey Wong joins Sedky and Leonard in the quarters following an 11-3, 12-10, 12-10 victory over Mexican Luz Sarahi Lopez Dominguez.

GU19 Main Draw

The BU17 quarterfinals will feature four Americans. Sam Scherl and Spencer Lovejoy will face off, guaranteeing at least one American semifinalist. Connecticut-natives David Yacobucci and Harrison Gill will also vie for a spot in Monday’s semifinals.

BU17 Main Draw

Japanese GU17 top seed Satomi Watanabe is still on track to reach the final without dropping a game in the tournament thus far, but must first get past American Grace Doyle in the quarterfinals Monday. Watanabe is seeded to face second-seeded American Eleonore Evans in the final, who won her round of sixteen match in four games.

Americans Sumrin Mudgil of Pennsylvania and Helen Teegan of Washington set up a quarterfinal match up after both players won their round of sixteen match in three games.

GU17 Main Draw

View all scores and draws on the 2014 U.S. Junior Open Squash Championships Tournament Page.