Tennis Classic Results

Terry Donnelly (left) and Joan Hartnett who faced off in the A Singles division
Terry Donnelly (left) and Joan Hartnett who faced off in the A Singles division

The 38th year of the Floral Park Jim Krug Fall Tennis Classic recently sprang into action. Three dozen players participated in one or more of the 10 divisions. First and second ground matches were:

Men’s A Doubles

C. Schneider/M. Vota defeated G. Krouse/S. Vargas 7-5 6-2
J. Dellitalia/D. Weissman defeated D. Monaghan/W. Saenz 6-4 6-1

Women’s B Doubles

P. LoCasto/L. Youngclaus defeated K. Lucatorto/L. Scotto 6-4 6-4
D. McGurren/ T. MaGuire defeated F. Camp/K. Price 6-1 6-0

A Singles

James Dellitalia defeated Linda Falcon 6-2 6-4
Scott Zweigbaum defeated Dana Weissman 6-0 6-0
Terry Donnelly defeated Joan Hartnett 6-0 6-2

B Singles

Rich Housel defeated Lori Stone 6-2 7-6
Murali Krishnamoorthy defeated Frank Truglio
James McLauhlin defeated Kevin Walsh 6-4 6-2
Karen Price defeated Ken Kelly 6-0 6-0

Masters Doubles

C. Schneider/F. Obser defeated G. Stephens/C. Ripley 6-4 6-2
J. Michon/W. Saenz defeated G. Simicich/G. Stephens 6-2 6-4
G. Krouse/ D. Monghan defeated J. Michon/W. Saenz 6-0 6-1

Men’s B Doubles

J. McLauglin/G. Simicich defeated M. Krishnamoorthy/ P.Camp 5-7 6-1 6-2
K. Walsh/F. Truglio defeated K. Kelly/R. Housel 6-3 6-1

Century Mixed Doubles

T. Maguire/D. Monaghan defeated L. Falcon/D. Weissman 6-4 2-6 7-5
L. Youngclaus/G. Krouse defeated L. Stone/ J. Michon 6-3 6-2

Mixed B Doubles

L. Youngclaus/M. Krishnamoorthy defeated T.MaGuire/C. Ripley4-6 6-4 6-3

Mixed A Doubles

W. Bilka/D. Monaghan defeated K. Connolly/M. Vota 6-4 7-6

There are still openings in the youth, adult and senior programs. Interested residents may register Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the recreation/pool building.

—Submitted by the Floral Park Recreation Center

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