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March 7, 2014

ETA, Oakwood to play for tennis cups

ENID, Okla. — The spring version of the Edward Jones-Larry McClure Cup (Enid Tennis Association vs. Oakwood Country Club) will take place at 1 p.m. today and noon Sunday at Oakwood’s indoor courts.

There will be competition in men’s doubles, women’s women’s doubles and mixed doubles.

Oakwood leads the series 5-2, having swept the spring and fall matches last year.

Here is the schedule.

(Oakwood players listed first)

Today — Men’s doubles — 1 p.m. — Dave Callant-Dwayne Campbell vs. Dan Gaston-Mike McCook; Paul Thomas-John Thomas vs. Nick Wolf-Bruce Hess; 4, Blake Thomas-Mitch Zaloudek vs. Jim Elliott-Dale Kosted; 5:30, Kyle Hockmeyer-Jarod Lack vs. Dan Fiegel-David Bloss. Mixed doubles — 2:30, John Thomas-Rose Thomas vs. Larry Ramseyer-Kim Moore; Andy Hamann-Tammy Hamann vs. Dan Fiegel-Lisa McCann; 4, Dave Callant-Kelly Callant vs. Nick Wolf-Carol Broughton; 7, Jens Ruding-Kari Delier vs. Matt Lopez-Susan Epley. Women’s doubles, 5:30, Cicily Staerkel-Sherry Dahl vs. Caherine Gann-Trisha Lewis; 7, Tammy Hamann-Kelly Wright vs. Kim Moore-Lisa McCann.

Sunday — Mixed doubles — Noon, Kevin Curtright-Peggy Harris vs. Steve Wagner-Jan Hill; Kyle Hockmeyer-Jennilee Hockmeyer vs. Dale Kosted-Kim Logan; 5, Kyle Tefft-Melann Reid vs. Jesse Quintero-Rebecca Harper; Dan Smith-Susan Burchman vs. Randy Nunley-Traci Fuska. Men’s doubles, 1:30, Jens Ruding-John Donaldson vs. Steve Wagner-Randy Nunley; 3:30, Kevin Curtright-Dan Smith vs. Richard Perry-Rick Hockmeyer; 6:30, Kyle Tefft-Scott Tefft vs. Jesse Quintero-Matt Lopez.  Women’s doubles — 1:30, Carolyn Nicholas-Kelly Callant vs. Carol Broughton-Traci Fuksa; 3:30, Peggy Harris-Kari Delier vs. Kim Logan-Susan Epley; 6:30, Melann Reid-Jennilee Hockmeyer vs. Rebecca Harper-Jan Hill.

 

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