Junior News
June 2002

 

Brian Dabul of Argentina picked up his first major title at the Italian Open when he defeated Lamine Ouahab of Algeria in the finals, 6-7(5),6-2,7-6(6). Brian had captured the 24th International Tournament "Citta Di Santa Croce" the week before. Also at the Italian Open, Adam Feeney & Chris Guccione of Australia won the doubles, while Barbora Strycova of the Czech Republic defeated Myriam Casanova of Switzerland in the girls singles, 6-1,7-6(2). Barbora also won the doubles with partner Anna-Lena Groenfeld. It was just a week later that Anna-Lena took the singles and doubles crowns at the Astrid Bowl, this time with the Ukraine's Viktoria Kutuzova. Other champions at that event were Boys' singles winner Luis Flores of Mexico and doubles winners Brian Baker and Brendan Evans of the USA.

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The Little Mo Sectionals are well underway. The following players have won in their events:
Southwest:
Girls 11-Priscilla Annoual; 10-Taylor Hampshire
Texas:
Girls 11-Brett Ellen Keeler; 10-Hideko Tachibana; 9-Isabelle Rodriguez; 8-Blair Shankle; Boys 11-Ben Guthrie; 10-Zachary Chu; 9-Chase Curry; 8-Dennis Garcia
New England:
Girls 11-Alexandra Kelleher; 10-Marina Fileva; 9-Olivia Spagnuolo; 8-Darci Vierra; Boys 11-Marcus Van Berkel; 10-Andrew Lebovitz; 9-Noah Bragg; 8-Aaron Revzin
Middle States:
Girls 11-Elissa Decampli; 10-Clarisa Peretz; 9-Jenifer Shulkun; 8-Anna Mamalat; Boys 11-Robert Margolis; 10-Chip Lebovitz; 9-Ian Sipe; 8-Mitchell Polnet
Missouri Valley:
Girls 11-Meghan Schulte; 10-Haley Martin; 9-Mimi Fotopoulos; 8-Olivia Sneed; Boys 11-Lutz Lai; 9-Paul Abromeit; 8-Justin Leskera
Northern:
Girls 11-Alyson Brandell; 10-Brenna Kelly; 9-Kate Roach; Boys 11-Mac Gyswyt; 10-Wyatt McCoy
Pacific Northwest:
Girls 11-Priscilla Annoual; 10-Taylor Hampshire; Boys 10-Xac Branch
Florida:
Girls 11-Katie Ossenmacher; 10-Morgan Basil; 9-Maci Epstein; Boys 11-Matthew Braunworth; 10-Sergio Geminiani; 9-Danny Riggs; 8-Nathan Lord

Barbora Strycova
Barbora Strycova
Brian Dabul
Brian Dabul
Brian Baker
Brian Baker
Brendan Evans
Brendan Evans
Girls 11-Anjelica Daneshfar; 10-Chrissy Tickel; 9-Adriana Wojakowski; Boys 11-Christopher Cooprider; 10-Kelly Donaldson; 9-Xac Branch
Midwest:
Girls 11-Hanna Mar; 10-Paula Guimaraes; 9-Jessica Wacnik; 8-Symone Townsend; Boys 11-Andre Aung; 10-Evan King; 9-Robert Stineman; 8-Tyler Gardiner
Southern:
Girls 11-Rebecca Shine; 10-Ariel Caldwell; 9-Abby Yearous; 8-Ana Smith; Boys 11-Kousha Laghaeifar; 10-Nathan Pasha; 9-Carson Jones; 8-Luke Maffett
Eastern:
Girls 11-Liana Lastique; 10-Kristie Ahn; 9-Robin Anderson; 8-Mari Osaka; 10-Scott Johnson; 9-Todd Walter; 8-Ramy Bekheit
Mid-Atlantic:
Girls 11-Sally Griffen; 10-Hana Evans; 9-Sophie Schonfield; Boys 11-Venkat Iyer; 10-Dennis Kudla; 9-Quoc-Daniel Nguyen; 8-Kyle Hairston
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The University of Texas at Arlington is now offering full Athletic Scholarshps to two women Wheelchair Tennis Players. These first scholarships of their kind will be given for the upcoming Fall season. For more information, contact Coach Jim Hayes at 817-272-3410 or jhayes@uta.edu.

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