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North Suncoast: State tennis tournament preview

State tennis tournament

When: Class 2A Monday and Tuesday; Class 3A Wednesday and Thursday. Action starts at 8 a.m. each day.

Where: Class 2A Red Bug Lake Park, Casselberry; and Sylvan Lake Park, Sanford; Class 3A Sanlando Park and Lake Brantley High, Altamonte Springs

Admission: Free

Local qualifiers: Class 2A boys individual — P.J. Watterson, Nature Coast (doubles); Simon Toftegaard, Nature Coast (doubles); Class 2A girls individual Rachel Conter, Nature Coast (singles and doubles); Olivia Williams, Nature Coast (doubles); Class 3A boys individual Lucas Loman, River Ridge (singles and doubles); Dylan Douglas, River Ridge (doubles); Class 3A girls individual Tijana Subotic, River Ridge (singles and doubles); Kristin Greenup (doubles)

North Suncoast: State tennis tournament preview 04/19/08 [Last modified: Saturday, April 19, 2008 10:36pm]
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