Young players compete for Cowichan’s Biondo championship

Young tennis players gathered at the South Cowichan Lawn Tennis Club earlier this month for the 26th Annual Biondo Junior Grass Court Championships.

Boys and girls up to the age of 18 competed in 12 singles and doubles divisions. The winners were as follows: Boys U12 singles: 1) Jack Foster, 2) Jackson Boone, 3/4) Isaac Dee/Ronik Sihota Girls U12 singles: 1) Hana Gamracy, 2) Petra Miszczak, 3/4) Stefanie Silva/Ella Nielsen Boys U14 singles: 1) Jacob Pallai, 2) Sebastian Dee, 3/4) Tyler Radloff/Ty Mya Boys U14 doubles: 1) Keita Duclos and Jovan Sihota, 2) Sebastian Dee and Ty Mya, 3/4) Jack and Joseph Foster/Kevin and Steven Baumann Girls U14 singles: 1) Natalia Saavedra, 2) Hana Gamracy, 3/4) Chanelle Moisson and Jessa Michieli Girls U14 doubles: 1) Jessa Michieli and Petra Miszczak, 2) Chanelle Moisson and Natalia Saavedra, 3) Hana Gamracy and Helena Radisavljevic Boys U16 singles: 1) Dickson Zhuang, 2) Jovan Sihota, 3/4) Christopher Chan/Martin Lorayes Girls U16 singles: 1) Jayden Nielsen, 2) Sybella Garvin, 3/4) Alexandra Nielsen/Alaina Ge Boys U18 singles: 1) Dylan Wang, 2) Jack Karp, 3/4) Dickson Zhuang/Christopher Chan

Boys U18 doubles: 1) Christopher Chan and Jordan Renwick, 2) Martin Lorayes and Jacob Pallai, 3/4) Gregory Kuntjoro and Dylan Wang/Liam Miszczak and Ryan Picken Girls U18 singles: 1) Jayden Nielsen, 2) Alexandra Nielsen, 3) Tiana Andjelic, 4) Donna-Ysabelle Labayo Girls U18 doubles: 1) Alexandra and Jayden Nielsen, 2) Sybella Garvin and Mateya Radisavljevic, 3/4) Tiana Andjelic and Donna-Ysabelle Labayo/Zoe Colclough and Megan Picken

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