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Eighty players took to the Rea Park tennis courts for the Tabco Terre Haute Doubles Championships, competing for titles in five divisions on Saturday. The final match in all three men’s divisions was decided by a third set tiebreaker.
In the Men’s A division, Mike Hambrock and John Wright recaptured the title they last won in 2004. After dropping the first set 6 4 to ISU women’s tennis coach Malik Tabet and his partner Paul Bullock, they returned the favor by winning the next set 6 4, then won the tiebreaker 10 8.
In the Men’s B division, Wes Kirk and Ray Montgomery split the first two sets 7 5, 4 6 before claiming a 14 12 third set tiebreaker over the father son team of Dan and Andy Hopkins. Dan is the tennis coach at Rose Hulman.
Jack Worley and Ed See captured the Men’s BB Final with a 7 5, 1 6 12 10 victory over another father son team of Jeff and Ethan Claretto.
In the Women’s A final, Janet Mace and Georgina Butler defended last year’s title with a 6 4, 7 5 win over Emma Bilyeu and Mallory Metheny.
The Women’s B final will be played this morning with Margie Hopkins playing with her granddaughter Julie Hopkins against sisters Alexis and Allison Summers.
Terre Haute teams compete At Bloomington, the Terre Haute Ballers boys fourth grade team finished with a 3 2 record to place second in the Adidas Midwest Cup tournament June 2 3.
On the first day, the Ballers defeated Terre Haute Hoopers Blue 51 39, defeated Terre Haute Hoopers White 39 22 and lost to Hoosier Heat 43 21. Last Sunday, the Ballers defeated Junior Hoopers by forfeit before losing to Hoosier Heat 44 28 in the championship game.
Team members Travis Brown, Jaylen B. Brown, Austin Kurashima. Coach is Barry Minnett.
Brownstown golfer wins At Wabash, Chris Baker of Brownstown won the Indiana Public Links Championship concluded Saturday at the Honeywell Course.
Baker shot 67 both days to finish with a 4 under par 134.
Travis Turpen of Terre Haute tied for 24th with scores of 77 and 75 for a 152. Donnie Aldrich, also of Terre Haute, shot 169.
n Family affair Paul L. Huebner, 71, of Foley, Ala., fired the first hole in one at Mark’s Par Three Golf Course this season on the 106 yard, No. 12 hole using a pitching wedge.
Witnesses were his son Paul A. Huebner, grandson Devon Huebner and Brandon Adamson.
Heat winners Chad Boat, Casey Shuman, Brady Short, Brett Burdette, Dakoda Armstrong (B main).
Feature Cole Whitt, Kenny Carmichael, Dickie Gaines, Short, Jeff Bland Jr., Chris Babcock, John Poynter, Todd Kimmell, Ricky Williams, Boat.
Heat winners Shelby Miles, Travis Shoulders, Josh Eads, Brian Yearman, John DeMoss (B main).
Feature Miles, Kent Robinson, Ryan Thomas, Brian Yateman, Jesse Cramer, Matt Bex, DeMoss, Josh Eads, Jason Jamison, Jason Voorhies.
Heat winners Brad Cummings, Troy Clark, Jack Frye, Mike Vest (B main).
Feature Clark, Jeremy Hines, Danny Harris, Cummings, Winston Howe, Chris DeWeese, Travis Todd, Tyler Cain, Kevin Arthur, Mike Jones.
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