2018-08-08 / Sports

Tennis tourney champs named


Girls 18U — Jazmin Ibarra (runner-up), Emma Horan (champion) Girls 18U — Jazmin Ibarra (runner-up), Emma Horan (champion) The Person County Recreation, Arts and Parks Department held its 40th annual Roxboro Invitational tennis tournament this weekend.

Champions were named in several age divisions.

Emma Horan of Columbia, S.C. was the winner in the 18U girls division, defeating Roxboro’s Jazmin Ibarra 8-0 in the finals. Jessica Holeman was the consolation winner.

Scot Harrison defeated Chris Chapman 6-3, 7-5 in the Men’s Open tournament and the duo combined to win the open doubles championship. They edged Kep Paylor and Barden Winstead 6-4, 6-3 in the finals.

Dean Childrey was the men’s open consolation winner and Jonathan Parker and Bruno Verni were the doubles consolation winners. Childrey went on to win the 50U singles draw, with David Rogers as the runner-up.

Harold Kelly and Bill Gentry were the mixed doubles champions and Ed Turner and Nick Walker were the runners-up.


Men’s 50U Doubles — Harold Kelly, Bill Gentry (champions); Ed Turner, Nick Walker (runner-up) Men’s 50U Doubles — Harold Kelly, Bill Gentry (champions); Ed Turner, Nick Walker (runner-up) The team of Brett Clayton and McKenzie Chamberlain were the mixed doubles champions, while Anna and John McLean were the runners-up.



Men’s Open Doubles — Scot Harrison, Chris Chapman (champions); Kep Paylor, Barden Winstead (runner-up) Men’s Open Doubles — Scot Harrison, Chris Chapman (champions); Kep Paylor, Barden Winstead (runner-up)

Men’s Open Singles — Scott Harrison (champion), Chris Chapman (runner-up) Men’s Open Singles — Scott Harrison (champion), Chris Chapman (runner-up)

Men’s 50U Singles — David Rogers (runner-up), Dean Childrey (champion) Men’s 50U Singles — David Rogers (runner-up), Dean Childrey (champion)

Mixed Doubles — Brett Clayton, McKenzie Chamberlain (champions); Anna McLean, John McLean (runner-up) Mixed Doubles — Brett Clayton, McKenzie Chamberlain (champions); Anna McLean, John McLean (runner-up)

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