Eight Lambton County tennis players combined to win nine events at the 61st annual Francis J. Robinson Memorial International Tournament in Port Huron, Mich.
Ryan Davies was one of two Triple Crown winners in the five-day tournament that ended Sunday.
Davies won the 15s boys’ singles final over Aditya Damani, teamed with Hadley Schwarz of St. Clair, Mich., to win the 15s mixed doubles final, and won the 15s boys’ doubles final with Damani over Divyesh Bhargava and Richmond Hill’s Javed Bentley.
Bhargava won the 12s mixed doubles final with Anna Esztegar, who was a 15s girls’ doubles semifinalist.
Chimnay Damani won the 10s coed green dot ball singles. He also won the 12s boys’ doubles final with Tej Patel, a finalist in 12s boys’ singles. Both were semifinalists in 12s mixed doubles.
Andrew Davies won the 18s boys’ doubles with Eli Pinnoo of St. Clair, Mich., and was a finalist in the 18s mixed doubles with Isabella Murray of Fort Gratiot, Mich. Davies was a semifinalist in 18s boys’ singles.
Andrew Davies also won the Mike Clary Junior Tennis Award, which is given each year to one junior player for dedication to the game, work ethic and sportsmanship.
Tino DiBatistta won the 6os men’s singles and the 60s men’s doubles with Greg Gale of Casco, Mich. He was a semifinalist with Joanne Rebryk in 60s mixed doubles.
Other Lambton County finalists were: Abigail Gordon (12s girls’ singles), Matthew Stek (10s coed orange ball singles), Shlok Shah (12s boys’ doubles), and Beth Grieve (45s mixed doubles).
Other semifinalists were: Stek (10s coed orange ball doubles), Shah (10s coed green dot ball singles), Mihnea Balan and Chris Latosinsky (15s boys’ singles), Elijah Brown (15s boys’ doubles), Grieve (45s women’s doubles), Trish Gogas (45s women’s doubles and 60s mixed doubles), Cristian Balan (45s men’s singles), and Justin Bourassa and Michael Coleman (open doubles).