Junior tennis teams win titles

From staff and wire reports

January 25, 2013 at 12:36 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

10U Aces win title - The Grand Ridge Aces were crowned the winners of the 10U age division. Pictured are: Emily Adcock, Jackson Stevens, Jeremy Norris, Kate Faucheux Lily Dufrene, Quinn Rougeou and Zachary Cooper.
10U Aces win title - The Grand Ridge Aces were crowned the winners of the 10U age division. Pictured are: Emily Adcock, Jackson Stevens, Jeremy Norris, Kate Faucheux Lily Dufrene, Quinn Rougeou and Zachary Cooper.
The St. Charles Parish Tennis Program completed its third season of Junior Team Tennis and crowned the winning teams in each age division.

The league also included a non-competitive 8 and under category of teams. Registration for the spring season of Junior Team Tennis is currently open. The spring season runs during March and April. For more information and online registration, go to www.StCharlesParishTennis.com.

12U Blasters finish first - The Bayou Gauche Blasters cruised to a win in the 12U division. Pictured are: Carson Wilkie, Dade Dufrene, Kacy Askew, Logan Brimmer and Madison Ayuso.
14U Lobsters are champs - The Bayou Gauche LOBsters won the 14U division. Pictured team members are: Brennan Berger, Dade Dufrene, Danelle Van Dyk, Devin Domengeaux, Faith Bergeron and Lauren Bergeron.
18U Alley Cats claw way to win - The Monsanto Alley Cats won the championship in the 18 and under division. Pictured are: Deanna Massey, Elise Brown, Evan Boatwright, Kimmie Ezell, Nicholas Rizzo, Paul Phelan and Wil Gilmore.
   



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