|Court Sponsor thank you|
|Terry See get the ball bouncing|
|Cypress Lake GM Ed Rodgers in foreground|
|Butch Shorack singing Hank's praises|
|Patsy Jungle strikes first ball on memorial court|
|Patsy & Mark Nunally|
Patsy played in one of the Mixed Doubles flights with Mark Nunally and seemed to have a tremendous time being on court and mingling with the many who loved her mate.
|Tom Visilou & Jim DiDonna|
|Jemileth Aguilar & Chandler Novoa|
|Kathy Shimp & Karen Orlando|
Seven teams in two flights vied for the 4.5 Women’s Division, and six teams in two flights battled for the 3.5 Women’s Division. In the 4.5 Women’s, youth carried the day, as Chandler Novoa and Jemileth Aguilar, who together
did not equal the age of any one of their competitors, won their flight convincingly. Karen Orlando and Kathy Shimp of Park Meadow claimed the other flight 4.5 Women’s flight, and were very game in their finals loss to the youthful champions. Chandler and Jemileth are down in history as winners of the very first event of the Inaugural Hank Jungle Memorial.
|Grace McGee & Tracy DiBiase|
|Barbara Parsons & Carol Greene|
|Butch Shorack & Brian Hammermeister|
|T. A. & Glenn Kouns|
|Marius Espeleta & Ed Bolter|
|Terry chats with Tracy DiBiase & Ken Monahan|
In Mixed Doubles, six teams in two flights competed, and youth again spoke loudest as teenaged Women’s 4.5 Champion Chandler Novoa teamed with Javier Rebolledo, another high octane teen, to claim the Championship. Tracy DiBiase and dad Ken Monahan did not lie down for the champs, but couldn’t overcome the power advantage wielded by Chandler and Javier.
|Lucky pros await their amateur|
Sunday morning featured three flights with a total of twelve local amateurs teamed with twelve tennis professionals and top junior players in a Pro-Am. The three amateur flight winners were presented awards.
|Pros prepare for Pro-Am|
|Parker bombs serve while Tommy watches|
|Patsy flips coin at Terry's behest|
|For all the marbles in Pro Am|
Parker & Tommy v. Cap & Chandler
|Hearing Hank Stories|
Summing it Up
|Patsy touched by the moment|
|Terry See, Master of Ceremonies|