Galveston’s Storm Simonin won the boys 18-and-under singles title at the Houston March Challenger 2-Day tennis tournament hosted by Bay Area Racquet Club in Clear Lake City.
The 5th Annual Clear Creek Education Foundation Tennis Tournament is set for April 24-26 at The Fitness Center at South Shore Harbour in League City.
Texas City’s Benjamin McCullough won the men’s wheelchair “C” singles title at the Cougar Open Wheelchair Tennis Tournament held at the University of Houston.
Friendswood’s tennis team made its way down to Corpus Christi, returning from the prestigious Battle of the Bay Tournament team champion.
The Christina Grillo Sullivan Foundation is launching the United States Tennis Association “Sounds of Tennis” for the blind and visually impaired this month.
Galveston’s Carley Singleton continued her winning ways with a girls’ 12-and-under singles championship at the Dassani Dentistry Parent-Child Doubles & Junior Singles tennis tournament at Bay Area Racquet Club in Clear Lake City.
Friendswood’s William Hipskind won the boys’ 16-and-under singles Patriots division at the Katy January Challenger 2-Day tennis tournament.
Clear Creek’s Carter Crookston winning the Class 6A boys’ state singles championship is The Daily News’ top tennis story for 2019.
Galveston County is well represented at this weekend’s Texas Tennis Coaches Association convention, which concludes today at Horseshoe Bay Resort in Marble Falls.
The daughter-father combo of Mikenzy and Jeff Dubrow won the 3rd annual “Toys For A Claus” Doubles Tennis Tournament held Saturday at Menard Park’s Scoggins-Stiglich Courts in Galveston.
Former Ball High School tennis player Mitchell Moreno is hosting his third annual “Toys For A Claus” all-doubles tennis tournament at 8:30 a.m. Saturday at Menard Park’s Scoggins-Stiglich Courts in Galveston.
The tournament win earned Chen automatic championship-level status in United States Tennis Association-Texas Section play.
League City's Priyanka Kamath and Kanoe Chen, and Friendswood's Cade Christensen were the big winners, each earning automatic championship-level status in United States Tennis Association-Texas play with their respective wins.