Sandpoint Tennis Academy concludes with Bombers vs. Rollers tournament

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(Photo courtesy of KENT ANDERSON) The Sandpoint Tennis Academy summer camp concluded with the traditional Bombers versus Rollers academy team tournament on Thursday, July 18. The Bombers won by a final score of 47 games to 42 games. Each member of the winning team received a can of Dunlop ATP balls: the official ball of the 64 ATP World Tour Tournaments in 2019. Throughout the camp, the players hit thousands of balls and received instruction and tips from a large group of great coaches — all while working hard, having fun and making friends. The Bombers team included the following players: In the front row, from left to right, are Denali Terry, Hadley Goodvin, Quincy Evans and Kent Anderson (coach). Elliot Lowman, Owen Larson, Neva Reseska, Christian Story, Brahma Heity, Blaine Williams, Sidney Meshberg and Cayden Kindred are in the back row, also from left to right.

The Sandpoint Tennis Academy summer camp concluded with the traditional Bombers versus Rollers academy team tournament on Thursday, July 18. The Bombers won by a final score of 47 games to 42 games. Each member of the winning team received a can of Dunlop ATP balls: the official ball of the 64 ATP World Tour Tournaments in 2019. Throughout the camp, the players hit thousands of balls and received instruction and tips from a large group of great coaches — all while working hard, having fun and making friends

The Bombers team included the following players: In the front row, from left to right, are Denali Terry, Hadley Goodvin, Quincy Evans and Kent Anderson (coach). Elliot Lowman, Owen Larson, Neva Reseska, Christian Story, Brahma Heity, Blaine Williams, Sidney Meshberg and Cayden Kindred are in the back row, also from left to right.

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