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Championship Sunday at the Dave Mason Kezar Lake Tennis Tournament

Good Luck to all the players who have advanced to the finals.

WOMEN'S DOUBLES: GRYZB & DUGGAN vs ROMER & ROTHMAN. MEN'S SINGLES: GOLDSMITH vs LEBLIEN. MIXED DOUBLES: GRZYB & CARTY vs SHAFER & SHAFER. MEN'S DOUBLES: KENDALL & GREENE vs SHAFER & CONNELLY. JUNIOR'S SINGLES: BINGHAM vs SHAFER

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  1. Margaret on

    Hope they'll be able to play sometime soon with all this rain in the forecast... great tournament, great competitors, love to come up every year to play with my dad, local Bob Williams who at age 72 was the oldest competitor this year! Margaret Williams Blount
    • Stanley Tupaj on

      I love how serious all of the players are. Bob came in to the office to pick up a package and he was fresh off a win and he was wearing quite a smile!
      • sweetmeow on

        Just to let you know ... After over a year of not seeing Kezar - we're leaving tomorrow for a heavenly 2 week vacation at our camp on the north end of the lake. It will culminate in the wedding of my sister at the Center Lovell church - then Pleasant Point Inn for the reception. Our entire family will be gathering there for this fabulous event, and I'll have a chance to view the lake from another vantage point! . I've SO enjoyed following this blog over the course of the past year and reading about things that I never get a chance to do - or see (like winter activities, ice out, etc.). I didn't comment a lot - but enjoyed hearing all the same. Maybe I'll stop in to see you while I'm around...?!
        • Jean Royle on

          Will this be on again next year? I think my youngest might like to enter the juniors. :-)
          • Stanley Tupaj on

            Yes, please do stop in the office for a visit. We went to a wedding at Point Pleasant last year and it was perfect. From the reception to the view! Enjoy your time at camp.
            • Stanley Tupaj on

              It is an annual event. I know you have to sign up early because it fills up quickly.