2019 Club Champions
Repeat Men's Singles Champ, Lars Kampe, receives trophy and special refreshment from tournament committee member, Pam Hickman
Men's doubles repeat champs, Jun Song, and Sam Sampson.
Mixed Doubles Champs, Diana and Peter Baldwin, receive trophy from club president, Boyd Jagoe, left,
Women's doubles champs, Pam Hickman, left, and Maggie Williams
2018 Club Champions
Men's Singles: Lars Kampe defeated Peter Baldwin
Women's Singles: Lacey Brown defeated Diana Baldwin
Mixed Doubles: Sam & Denise Samson over Ying Zhang & Yunsong Cui
Men's Doubles: Sam Samson & Jun Song over Lars Kampe and Michael DeLong
Women's Doubles: Karen Lycan & Jennie Bustin over Maggie Williams & Diana Baldwin
(Above Left) Lacey Brown receives trophy from WTC president Bob Hainstock (Above centre) Sam Samson and daughter Denis won the mixed doubles over Yunsong Cui & Ying Zhang. (Above right) Jun Song & Sam Samson won the men's doubles title over Lars Kampe & Michael DeLong. (Below left) TWC vice-president Dave Lang presents men's singles trophy to Lars Kampe. ( Below right) Jennie Bustin, left, and Karen Lycan, right, won the women's doubles title over Maggie Williams and Diana Baldwin.
2017 Championship Pictures
Connor Balcome shows winning form in defending his Men's Singles Championship
Some of the women competitors at the 2017 Club Championships included: (left to right) Ilze Kampe, still competing at 80 years of age; Morag Wilson, one of our new members; Lacey Brown, successfully defended her singles title; and Diana Baldwin teamed with husband Peter to win the mixed doubles title.
Some great tennis and new club hats or club shirts for the winners. (left to right) Club president, Bob Hainstock, left, presents trophy and prize to Yunsong Cui; Peter Baldwin completes a successful overhead smash; men's singles finalist Lars Kampe, sets up for down the line shot; and tournament director, Scott Aikman, presents tropy and prize to men's singles champ, Connor Balcome.
We had all kinds of spectators at the weekend club tournament. Lorraine and Boyd Jagoe brought Rufus to meet their tennis friends, while Maggie Williams and John MacManaman preferred the warm sun to the shade. Joyce Tionko watches husband John, below, reach way back for his big serves. John and Joyce's new three-month old daughter will obviously have a tennis racquet in her future.
John Tionko isn't one of the bigger guys in the club but his big serves and ground strokes are feared by all.
LayYing Zhao and John McManaman teamed for mixed doubles. Steve Brown sets up for his down-the-line shot at Boyd Jagoe in mixed double play. Dennis Boucher had a special gift for the club championship crowd; cookies baked and decorated in the club's 40th anniversary logo by his grand daughter who is running her own little custom cookies business while going to school. Dennis bought a bunch and donated them to our tournament weekend. It's lonely at the top -- just ask tournament director Scott Aikman. A job well done, Scott.