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SCG Tennis Club wraps up another successful tournament

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Posted: Thursday, December 1, 2016 6:30 am

The annual Shine in the Sun Tennis Spectacular ended the 5 day event on Sunday, Nov. 20 with Winners announced in 18 events. 150 players from all over the West Valley and others from New York, Oregon, Colorado, and Connecticut participated in the event that benefits Eve’s Place.

Eve’s Place Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization in the West Valley of Maricopa County. For over 12 years, Eve’s Place has provided innovative and empowerment based programs to victims of domestic abuse.

The event was sponsored by: Scott Shull / Edward Jones with Co- Sponsor: Catherine and Ron Barton / Barton Realtors.

Tournament Results

Women’s 4.0 Doubles

Winners: Judy Beran / Jan Price

Finalist: Cindy Bluml / Sue Olson

Consolation: Nancy Wruck / Glenda Rabe

Women’s 3.5 Doubles

Winners: Linda Sunstad / Dorie Miller

Finalist: Sue Kurkjian / Shirley Shroeder

Consolation: Cindy Nemet / Linda Richman

Men’s Open Singles

Winners: Richard Clark

Finalist: Troney Hutchins

Consolation: Rob White

Men’s 4.0 Doubles

Winners: Dave Kersey / Dave Bee

Finalist: Tom Huffman / John Crook

Consolation: Jerry Minor / Hofeditz

Men’s 3.5 Doubles

Winners: Howard Berg / Mitch Miller

Finalist: Bernie Reed / Mike Getz

Consolation: Stan Hahn / Clark Root

Men’s 3.0 Doubles

Winners: Edmond Hagee / Mike Hamilton

Finalist: Ron Brown / Bob Evans

Consolation: Craig Lewis / Gerry Scott

Mixed 4.0 Doubles

Winners: Lloyd Newlands / Carole Hogan

Finalist: Lynn & Cindy Bluml

Consolation: Mark & Janice Morrow

Mixed 3.5 Doubles

Winners: Tom & Diane Hashem

Finalist: Ron Wambach / Lindsay Davidson

Consolation: David Black / Lee Hoag

Mixed 3.0 Doubles

Winners: Wes & Mitsie Sagness

Finalist: Ron & Catherine Barton

Consolation: Dan & Jeannie Schimmelpfennig

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