The Summerland contingent in the age 10 and under category at the fifth annual Summerland Rogers Rookie Tournament at the Lakeshore Racquets Club

Youths compete in Summerland tennis tournament

The fifth annual Summerland Rogers Rookie Tennis Tournament was played at Lakeshore Racquets Club on June 9.

The fifth annual Summerland Rogers Rookie Tennis Tournament was played at Lakeshore Racquets Club on June 9.

Boys/Girls 16 and under: First Nikhil Mohan (Penticton); second Pierre Holmes (Summerland); third Cam MacArthur (Penticton).

Boys 14 and under: First Aron Pilbart (Penticton); second Michael Schriemer (Kelowna); third Heming Sola (Summerland).

Girls 12 and under: First Dakota Soutar-Romo (Summerland); second Marie Holmes (Summerland); third  Kinga Kotulska (Summerland).

Boys 12 and under: First Attila Pilbart (Penticton); second Ace Wu (Kelowna); third Julian Bingham (Kelowna).

Boys/Girls 10 and under: First Reece Thiede (Summerland); second Charli Hoyer (Summerland); third Cylis Charlton (Summerland).

 

 

 

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