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State tennis capsules

By SCOTT PURKS

© St. Petersburg Times, published April 22, 2001


Class 4A

WHERE: Sanlando Park and Lake Brantley High, Altamonte Springs.

SCHEDULE: Monday -- Girls singles begin at 8 a.m., boys singles at 9:30 a.m. First- and second-round singles and first-round doubles run throughout the day. Tuesday -- (at Sanlando Park only) Girls and boys finals begin at 8 a.m. Doubles semifinals begin at 10 a.m. Doubles finals begin at around 1 p.m. Wednesday -- Boys and girls singles overall finals begin at 8 a.m. Overall doubles finals begin at 10:30.

IF YOU GO: For Sanlando Park, get on I-4 East and travel 90 miles. Take Exit 48 to Altamonte Springs/Apopka. Turn left on West Semoran Boulevard. Turn right on Douglas Avenue. Park is 1 mile ahead on Highland Street. For Lake Brantley, take Exit 48 off I-4. Turn left on Semoran Boulevard. Turn left on Sand Lake Road.

LOCAL QUALIFIERS: Girls -- Brianna Williams (Gaither singles), Williams and Liz Rogers (Gaither doubles). Boys -- Dusty Dixon (Sickles singles); Ross Van Boven and Argan Parasher (Hillsborough doubles).

Class 3A

WHERE: Sanlando Park and Lake Brantley School, Altamonte Springs.

SCHEDULE: Wednesday -- Girls singles begin at 8 a.m., boys singles at 9:30. First- and second-round singles and first-round doubles run throughout the day. Thursday -- (at Sanlando Park only) Girls and boys singles finals begin at 8 a.m. Doubles semifinals begin at 10. Finals begin at around 1 p.m. Friday -- Boys and girls overall singles finals begin at 8 a.m. Boys and girls overall doubles finals begin at 10:30.

IF YOU GO: For Sanlando Park, get on I-4 East and travel 90 miles. Take Exit 48 to Altamonte Springs/Apopka. Turn left on West Semoran Boulevard. Turn right on Douglas Avenue. Park is 1 mile ahead on Highland Street. For Lake Brantley, take Exit 48 off I-4. Turn left on Semoran Boulevard. Turn left on Sand Lake Road.

LOCAL QUALIFIERS: Girls -- King (team), Linda Tien (King singles). Boys -- Plant (team), Konstantin Lazarov (Wharton singles); Robbie Wald (Brandon singles).

Class 2A

WHERE: University of North Florida and the Bolles School, Jacksonville.

SCHEDULE: Monday -- Boys first-round singles begin at 8 a.m. at UNF. Girls first-round singles begin at 8 a.m. at the Bolles School. Girls and boys first- and second-round singles and first-round doubles run throughout the day at both sites. Tuesday -- (at UNF only) Boys and girls singles finals begin at 8 a.m. Doubles semifinals begin at 10 a.m. Finals follow. Wednesday -- Boys and girls overall singles finals begin at 8 a.m. Boys and girls overall doubles finals begin at 10:30.

IF YOU GO: For UNF, take I-4 to I-95 north. Take I-95 for 78 miles to Exit 99. Merge onto Southside Boulevard. Follow signs to UNF (about 6 miles). For Bolles School, take I-4 to I-95 north. Take Exit 100 and turn left on Baymeadows Road. Turn right on San Jose Boulevard and travel 2 miles.

LOCAL QUALIFIERS: Girls -- Tampa Catholic (team), Miranda Gutierrez (Tampa Catholic singles). Boys -- Jesuit (team), Ryler DeHeart (Jesuit singles).

Class A

SCHEDULE: Tuesday -- Girls first-round singles begin at 8 a.m.. Boys singles begin at 9:30. First- and second-round singles and first-round doubles run throughout the day. Wednesday -- Girls and boys singles finals begin at 8 a.m. Doubles semifinals begin at 10 a.m. Doubles finals begin at 12:30. Thursday -- Overall singles finals begin at 8 a.m. Overall doubles finals begin at 10:30

IF YOU GO: HCC is located on Dale Mabry Boulevard across from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa.

LOCAL QUALIFIERS: None. -- Compiled by Scott Purks.

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