Results from Aspen Junior Tennis tournament from Aug. 4-6 |

Results from Aspen Junior Tennis tournament from Aug. 4-6

The Aspen Elks Lodge No. 224 sponsored the annual Aspen Junior Tennis Tournament from Aug. 4 to 6 at Aspen Golf and Tennis Club.
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The Aspen Elks sponsored Junior Tennis Tournament was held Aug. 4 to 6 at the Aspen Golf and Tennis Club. There were 57 players from across the state, with others coming from as far as Baltimore, Chicago and Los Angeles to play. Elks Lodge No. 224 has sponsored the tournament for the past 13 years.

Winners from Aspen included Ana and Zoe Crimmell, and George Ghali. The Aspen Tennis Club will host the Aspen City Championships from Aug. 18 to 20. Entries close on Tuesday at midnight.


Boy’s 10 Singles: Lawerence Galka (Colorado Springs) def. David Suarez (New Castle) 6-2, 6-0

Girl’s 10 Singles: Ana Crimmel (Aspen) def. Cecily Elton (Edwards) 6-0. 6-1

Boy’s 12 Singles:Andrew Ballenger (Colorado Springs) def. Ethan Bloom (Aspen) 6-1, 6-0

Boy’s 12 Doubles: Andrew Ballenger (Colorado Springs)/Jack Fry 9Grand Junction) def. Jacob Roggie(Glenwood Springs)/David Suarez (New Castle) 6-1, 6-0

Girl’s 12 Singles: Brooke Ballenger (Colorado Springs) def. Annika Iverson (Edwards) 6-2, 6-2

Girl’s 12 Doubles: Ana & Zoe Crimmel (Aspen) def. Annika & Linea Iverson (Edwards) 6-0, 6-1

Boy’s 14 Singles: Daniel Baker (Dallas, TX) def. Harrison Shapiro (Baltimore) 6-0, 6-0

Boy’s 16 & 18 Singles: George Ghali (Aspen) def. David Zalinsky (Glenwood Springs) 2-6, 7-5, 10-6

Girl’s 16 & 18 Singles: julia Triska (Westminster) def. Julianna Campos (Grand Junction) 6-4, 4-6, 11-9


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