Charleston Public Courts

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Charleston Public Courts


Charleston Public Courts Tournament Fridays schedule At Schoenbaum Courts, Kanawha City 5 p.m. Boys 12 singles Daniel Carter vs. Azeem Khan Mens Open doubles C. Kay-J. Kay vs. W. Jones-C. Murphy Womens 3.0 doubles K.Cochran-E. Uy vs. R. Green-K. Smith C. Durrenburger-B. Hill vs. D. Burgess-D. Long Womens 4.0 doubles C. Null-C. Sayre vs. D. Anderson-Conliffe-D. White R. Porter-T. Winfree vs. A. Prokity-C. Prokity 6:30 p.m. Boys 12 singles Christopher Muto vs. Kareem Bacha Mens 70 doubles G. Hattiangadi-C. Wirts vs. H. Markham-K. Robinson Mens 3.5 singles Kyle Spaulding vs. Gregory Pennington Mens 3.0 doubles B. Lawson-B. Pratt vs. D. Long-A. Margolis Combined mixed 8.0 doubles M. Greene-Zen-M. Schulz vs. M. Boonsue-N. Estes Parent-child doubles J. Prokity-A. Prokity vs. D. Harmon-C. Harmon 8 p.m. Mixed open doubles E. White-S. Zent vs. C. Luckett-K. White Mens 3.0 singles Eric Holloway vs. David Yaussy Matthew Haydo vs. Todd Baker John Nichols vs. Stephen Saldanha Mens 3.5 doubles M. Bentley-E. White vs. R. Long-P. Marchun Combined mixed 7.0 doubles L. Pratt-D. Poindexter vs. L. McNeely-P. Montgomery

Public Courts seeds * Boys 15 singles 1. Thomas McIntosh, 2. Ryan Mullins. * Boys 12 singles 1. Anthony McIntosh, 2. Alex Stacy, 3. Nadeem Jones. * Girls 12 singles 1. Carly Chaffin, 2. Abigail Marcinkowsky. * Girls 15 singles 1. Lindsay Goff, 2. Sydney Miller. * Mens open doubles 1. Patrick Walker/Matt Hughes, 2. Neil Rajapakse/Scott Zent, 3. Matt Sherba/Rico Williams, 4. Mark Cassis/ Jad Malas. n Mens open singles 1. Patrick Walker, 2. Chris Pratt, 3. James Kent, 4. Mark Cassis, 5. Matt Sherba, 6. John Prokity. * Womens open singles 1. Andrea Slusarciuc, 2. Olga Demina. * Womens open doubles 1. Katherine Gillis/Romayne Casey-Rajapakse, 2. Jo Marie Bohn/Mary Carol Liberatore. * Mixed open doubles 1. Erica White/Scott Zent, 2. Katherine Gillis/Eddie Harris. * Mens 45 singles 1. Brian Mabe, 2. David Sadd. * Mens 55 singles 1. Nithi Ranonda, 2. Rick Pickens. * Mens 60 singles 1. Nick Estes, 2. Tom Lane. * Mens 65 singles 1. David Allport, 2. Larry Widdecombe. * Mens 55 doubles 1. Steve Rubin/Rick Vorhees, 2. Gene Bennett/Ron Twohig. * Mens 60 doubles 1. George Bsharah/Jack Harrison, 2. Rory Isaac/Reed Spangler. * Womens 45 doubles 1. Kim Nelson/Donna White, 2. Cindy Null/Candy Sayre. * Womens 55 doubles 1. Debbie Anderson/ Donna Mooney, 2. Sandy Campbell/Pat Maxson. …

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