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Today is the last day to register for the first-ever The Christina Grillo Sullivan Doubles Tennis Tournament, set for all day Saturday at Menard Park’s Scoggins-Stiglich Courts in Galveston.

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League City’s Griffin Baillargeon won the boys 16-and-under singles red division at the Racquet Pro Deer Park Championship Major Zone tennis tournament.

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League City’s Brissa Mendoza advanced to today’s 10:15 semifinals of the girls 16-and-under singles white division at the Racquet Pro Deer Park Championship Major Zone tennis tournament.

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Friendswood’s Danna Cai and Chumeng Cai both won singles titles at the second annual Jen Fine Homes Parent-Child Doubles & Junior Singles tennis tournament held at Bay Area Racquet Club in Clear Lake City.

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March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. So in conjunction with the grand opening of The Christina Grillo Sullivan Foundation, which assists brain-injured children, adults and their families, Beep Sullivan is playing host to a fundraiser tennis tournament on March 4.

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Clear Springs High School’s Aava Azad and Melody Duong worked their way to the University Interscholastic League Class 6A state tennis tournament in May. The Chargers, then juniors, eventually lost in the girls’ doubles quarterfinals to Dallas Highland Park. A few weeks later, Clear Creek High School’s longtime tennis coach, Patrick Marrie, called it quits after 22 years as the Wildcats’ head boss. Clear Springs’ dream team, along with Marrie’s departure, were The Daily News’ top two county tennis stories for 2016.

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Friendswood’s Ethan Bui and League City’s Clark Crookston both won boys singles titles at the Bay Area Racquet November Junior Open tennis tournament in Clear Lake City.

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Local tennis coaches now have until Nov. 10 to register for the annual Texas Tennis Coaches Association convention and clinic to be held Dec. 2-4 at Horseshoe Bay Resort in Marble Falls.

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Dickinson’s Jarrett Smith and Texas City’s Bill Koster both walked away big singles winners at the Missouri City Community Tennis Association October Tournament.

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Friendswood’s Alex Wachowicz claimed the boys 16-and-under singles red division at the Houston Tennis Association’s National Junior Tennis & Learning September Challenger 2-Day tournament.

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Friendswood’s Olivia Massie and Megan Chu both were named top seeds for this weekend’s 97th annual Beaumont Labor Day Tennis Classic.

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League City’s unseeded Carter Crookston won the boys’ 14-and-under singles “A” draw at the Bob Faulkner Super Championship Junior Major Zone tennis tournament in Tyler.

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The city of Galveston Parks and Recreation Department’s free six-week summer tennis program came to a close Friday with a medals presentation for all its Team Galveston players.

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Bay Area Racquet Club is playing host to a one-day non-sanctioned tennis tournament in Clear Lake City on July 16.

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It went so well the first time around, the Galveston Island Thursday Night Tennis League is going to give it another try, beginning tonight.

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League City’s Jonricco Abarquez and Griffin Baillargeon both won boys’ singles titles at the Gay Family Auto June Challenger 1-Day tennis tournament at Bay Area Racquet Club in Clear Lake City.

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Ball High graduate Larry York is hosting the first-ever Pro-Celebrity-Amateur Indoor Doubles Tennis Invitational & Athletes In Acting Awards Gala the weekend of June 17-18 in Plano.

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Beep Sullivan is setting up a friendly competitive tennis time league format, with play scheduled to begin April 7 at the Menard Park Scoggins-Stiglich Tennis Courts in Galveston.

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League City’s Melody Duong won the girls’ 18-and-under singles qualified division at the Tennis Professional International Hardcourt Classic tournament in Missouri City.