They Came, They Played


This past weekend the Capital District area hosted two tournaments and lots of people played a lot of tennis.  One tournament was sanctioned, one was not.

Tri City hosted it’s annual Memorial Day Classic.  The event featured Men’s Open Singles, Mens 45 Singles, Women’s Open Singles, Mens Open Doubles and Mixed Open Doubles.  In the Men’s Open Singles – Larbi Lamzouri defeated Ryan Schmitz 6-7(9), 7-5, 6-3.  In the 45’s it was Maurice Green of Salt Point, NY over Gene Cox 7-5, 6-4.  Marisa Hansen (Highpoint, NY) took out Emily Laurilliard in a tight 3 setter by a score of 6-4, 6-7(4), 6-4 in the Womens draw.  Reinaldo Riveros and Larbi Lamzouri won the Mens Doubles and Michael Amico teamed with Caitlin Crowley to take the Mixed Doubles.  For complete results – CLICK HERE

The other tournament played in our area was the Donny Dudley Memorial.  The Dudley Memorial tournament was held at Schenectady’s Central Park and was unsanctioned.  All draws were round robin and there were 80 players in 12 different events, both junior and adult divisions.

SINGLES WINNERS

Boys 12 & Unders – Bowen Chen

Boys 14 & Unders – Alex Demettreus

Boys 16 & Unders – Nich Lau

Boys 18 & Unders – Zack Congress

Girls 14 & Unders – Lesley Santos

Girls 18 & Unders –Lauren Demetreus

Mens 3.5’s – Doug Spoor

Mens Open Singles – Lars Olson

Women’s Open – Ann Phillips

DOUBLES WINNERS

Boys 14 Doubles – David Kalmer/Kevin Gu

Boys 16 Doubles – Nick Lau/Russell Santos

Men’s 4.0 Doubles –Tom Brahler/Peter Campito

Mixed Doubles – Allison Greenberg/Scott George


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