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From the scoresheets –  Bowling in the Nothing But Fun League,Louis Brown was 153 pins above average with a 675 series. Bee Vongsavanh was 126 pins over his average in the Summer Youth Adult League with a 642 series.

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From the score sheets – Ken Adams was 149 pins over his average in the Big Bucks Trios League with a 647 series. Bowling in the Wednesday Fun League, Jared Lane was 139 pins over his average with a 646 series and, in the same league, Myron Shumate was 133 pins above average with a 631 series.

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• 300 games – Alex Shand, Thomas Willis

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• 800 series – Jason Holsinger 300-264-246-810

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• Ladies’ 700 series - Kelly Daunno 300-213-267 - 780

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• 800 series – Jason Holsinger 300-258-278 - 836

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• 300 games – Billy Hatoway, Ken Shealy

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The 2018 Grand Strand Tennis League Spring season begins this week with over 974 players on 85 teams. The Adult 18 & Over, 40 & Over, 55 & Over and 70 & Over divisions will be on the courts competing till the end of April. If you would like to play and have not signed up, che…

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The South Carolina Junior State Open Championships at LTP – SC L 2 (STA L 4) were completed Jan. 26-29 at the Live To Play Tennis Club in Mount Pleasant. This Level 2 sanctioned event had 223 players, including 18 local juniors.

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The USTA National Level 3 Tournament – Smith Sterns Junior Championship was completed Jan. 20-22 at the Smith Sterns Academy on Hilton Head Island. This National Level 3 sanctioned event had 195 players, including two from the Grand Strand.

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The Grand Strand Tennis League held its annual Spring League meeting at four different clubs Saturday and Sunday. Originally, the meeting was scheduled for Jan. 4 at the Ocean Lakes Campground Recreation Center, but it was cancelled due to freezing weather. The captains meetings were resched…

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The Grand Strand Tennis League’s annual Spring Captain’s meeting was cancelled Thursday, Jan. 4 due to the freezing cold weather. This is the largest yearly GSTL league meeting which includes captains or players of interest from levels 2.5 to 5.0 to register and learn of the new rules and re…

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Tennis on the Grand Strand for 2017 kept improving for the second half of the year as the awards and honors rolled in. Last week’s column highlighted the first six months of 2017 with the final six months listed below. Enjoy.

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Tennis on the Grand Strand was solid for the year 2017. Individual players got better and their improved performances showed in match play and awards won. Our teaching pros must be doing a good job. Listed below are our results for the first six months for your enjoyment. Highlights for the …

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The Little Drummer Boy has decided he wants to play tennis because it looks like so much fun. But he is not very good and most of the practice balls he hits go up on the clubhouse roof making this sound as they bounce around … pa rum pa pum pum, rum pa pum pum, rum pa pum pum.

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The 2017 USTA South Carolina Annual meeting was held Dec. 8-10 for the first time at the Omni Hilton Oceanfront Resort on Hilton Head Island. Usually, over 350 patrons from all over the state attend this event to honor players and organizations who have demonstrated and shown a devotion in p…

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The City of Myrtle Beach Fall Junior Open - SC L 3 was completed Dec. 1-3 at the City of Myrtle Beach Tennis Center in Myrtle Beach. This Level 3 sanctioned event had 80 players including 57 local juniors.

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The Field Insurance Turkey Classic Adult Tennis Tournament - (STA 75 PT) – SC L 3 was completed Nov. 24-26 at the Grande Dunes Tennis Club in Myrtle Beach. This Level 3 sanctioned event had 153 players including 88 local adults.

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The Southern Senior Clay Court Closed (even and odd) (STA 400 PT) was completed Nov. 15-19 at the Kiawah Island Resort on Kiawah Island. This Southern Level 1 and South Carolina Level 1 event had 107 players including three local adults.

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The Mount Pleasant Recreation Department Junior Classic – SC L 3 was completed Nov. 3-5 at the recreation center in Mount Pleasant. This Level 3 sanctioned event had 92 players including 23 local juniors.