The winner of the tournament will take home a $100 cash prize, along with the title of "99 Champion of 2018!"

About Patrick...Here is a start... Patrick Sean Savage was just 22 years old when he died from injuries received in an automobile accident on November 30th 2004. Pat was the son of Jo and John Savage and the only boy in a family of seven children. He attended Browns Valley Elementary, Redwood Middle School and graduated from Justin Siena High school in 2000. He then attended San Francisco State and while there joined Pi Kappa Phi. He enjoyed the food industry and had worked at Bubba Gumps in the city and was working as a waiter at Rutherford Bar and Grill at the time of this death.

Patrick was known for his charisma and love for life, qualities that have been greatly missed. In the 22 years that we were blessed to have him he touched the lives of many with his generosity and sensitivity. Patrick especially enjoyed working with young people through peer helping, youth ministry and leadership, as a result he was a role model to many young people. He received the class leadership award all four of his high school years and was student body president his senior year. He always loved working with students and faculty on any type of project. When joining his fraternity, he jumped right in and played an active role in all of their activities. One of his most proud accomplishments with them was the building of a play structure for a center for disabled children. He was a shining star who reached out to everyone he met....he was our son, our bro, our co-worker and our friend...a sensitive guy who enjoyed life, the people he met and the passions he held so high..a friend to many.

His life was short but he filled every waking moment with his energy and his zest for living. He is still remembered today by his family, his closest friends from schools, his fraternity brothers, his co-workers and his RAD family...all of whom he made so many memories with. He could rile you up, be stubborn, but if he called you family or friend he would stand by you always.

Patrick Savage