Monday, January 14, 2013
Pinewood Prep held its Tennis Championships the week of Dec. 8.
The tournament produced many champions and some great tennis.
“This was a great way to finish off the fall season,” Pinewood Tennis Director Bryant Mckee said. “We have some very talented tennis players in our program and I have seen a great deal of development too over the past few months. I am also very grateful to all the Pinewood parents for their continued support.”
Athletes competed in several different divisions for the annual event.
Feedball Champions and Runner-ups
Girls Singles - Reagan Walker; Lily Butterworth
Boys Singles - Nolan Diffley; Kevaughn Williams
Girls Doubles - Sam Janco and Reagan Walker; Lily Butterworth and Mary Kate McConnell
Boys Doubles - Kevaughn Williams and Emmitt Murray; Riley All and Nolan Diffley
Mixed Doubles - Reagan Walker and Riley All, Sam Janco and Kevaughn Williams
K5 Mixed Doubles - Reagan Gregory and Riley: Nolan Diffley and Mary Kate McConnell
Orange Ball Serve Champions and Runner-ups
Girls Singles - Victoria Vietri; Jessica Osborne
Boys Singles - Spicer Pagan; Emmitt Murray
Girls Doubles - Victoria Vietri and Jessica Osborne; Ellie Rodgers and Karen Russi
Boys' Doubles - Jay Diffley and Grayson Mann; Canon McConnell and Emmitt Murray
Mixed Doubles - Spicer Pagan and Jessica Osborne; Grayson Mann and Victoria Vietri
Yellow Ball Champions and Runner-ups
Girls Singles - Hannah Rodgers; Emma Butterworth
Boys Singles - Ben Diffley; Ethan Baly
Girls Doubles - Ellie Rodgers and Alyson McGovern; Annelise Pagan and Kyleigh Gregg
Mixed Doubles - Ellie Rodgers and Jay Diffley: Emma and Henry Butterworth
Parent/Child Yellow Ball Champions and Runner-ups
Jay Diffley and Brendan Diffley: Canon and David McConnell
Parent/Child Orange Ball Champions and Runner-ups
Jessica and Gail Osborne: Brianna and Kevin Beers.
K5-2nd Grade Champions
Doubles - Amelia Rodgers and Shelby Shockley
Jailbreak - Connor Sordillo, Robert Dudley and Ronin Harlan Zonkel
Around the World - Tyler Sordillo, Myles Dunbar, Kaiden Williams and Aresteo Repasky-McMullen
Drop Feeds - Nathan McKee and Colin Rundle
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