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2019 North Carolina Tennis Awards
2019 Award season is here! Each year, we honor those who go above and beyond, both on and off the court. Help us recognize the organizations, volunteers and players who grow the game and make tennis special in North Carolina.
Visit and nominate today: http://www.southerntennis.info/awards?s=nc
Award nominations close August 31st, 2019.
DOCTA WINS USTA North Carolina &
North Carolina Tennis Foundation
Junior Tournament of the Year Award
GREENSBORO, NC (November 18, 2019) - Tennis Continues to grow and thrive in North Carolina. Each year USTA North Carolina and North Carolina Tennis Foundation honor deserving individuals, organizations, events and facilities that make great contributions to advancing the sport tennis in North Carolina. On Saturday, January 25, 2020 at Pinehurst Resort, we will recognize thirty-three of those contributors during an awards ceremony at our annual Tennis Weekend celebration. In September of this year, we also celebrated an additional twelve awards at the Community Tennis Development Workshop in Greensboro.
The Durham-Orange Community Tennis Association (DOCTA) has been honored with the Junior Tournament of the Year in Memory of John Allen Farfour Award for its DOCTA Open Jr. Tennis Challenge in Chapel Hill.
DOCTA partners with the Chapel Hill Parks and Recreation and is supported by the amazing Chapel Hill/Carrboro School System facilities staff. The long-time Durham tournament has been hosted in Chapel Hill for the past 3 years to promote and support the growth of tennis. Ages 12 tp 19 compete in singles and doubles play as family and friends support their efforts.
Over 15 years old, the DOCTA Open Jr. Tennis Challenge has seen many youth grow up on the court! DOCTA is pleased and honored to receive this award. Special thanks to USTA North Carolina and the North Carolina Tennis Foundation. DOCTA will receive this honor at NC Tennis Weekend in January 2020. Learn more at www.nctennis.com.
For their outstanding contributions to the promotion and support of tennis in North Carolina we are proud to honor the following as 2019 USTA North Carolina and North Carolina Tennis Foundation award winners:
Adult/Sr Tennis Council: Wynn McCallister, Hertford
Adult Tennis Female Sportsmanship Award In Honor of John T. 'Jack' Warmath: Emily Torres, Wake Forest
Adult Tennis Male Sportsmanship Award In Honor of John T. 'Jack' Warmath: Mark Robson, Huntersville
Adult/Senior/NTRP Tournament of the Year: 88th Annual City of Asheville Open Tennis Championships (Asheville Parks and Rec), Asheville
Carlton Harris Tennis Professional of the Year: Lenny Simpson, Wilmington
Charity Tennis Event of the Year: 16th Annual Eva Lane Memorial (Currituck CTA), Barco
Coach David L. Lash Junior Tennis Female Sportsmanship Award 18's: Olivia Ward, Cedar Ridge
Coach Don Skakle High School Tennis Male Player of the Year: Jon Brann Reid, Hickory
Debbie Southern Junior Tennis Female Sportsmanship Award - 12': Victoria Mann, Greensboro
Debbie Southern Junior Tennis Female Sportsmanship Award - 14's: Savannah Schultz, Matthews
Debbie Southern Junior Tennis Female Sportsmanship Award - 16's: Elsa Kirch, Garner
Facility of the Year: Asheville Racquet Club, Asheville
Family of the Year Given by J Blount & Dargan M Williams: Dillon Family, Charlotte
Female Senior Player of the Year: Wendy McColskey, Durham
Grady Elmore Media Excellence Award: Lauren Brigman, Asheville, WLOS ABC News 13
Hal Southern Junior Tennis Male Sportsmanship Award - 12's: Matthew Yugeng Lu, Gastonia
Hal Southern Junior Tennis Male Sportsmanship Award - 14's: Johnathan Baddour, Chapel Hill
Hal Southern Junior Tennis Male Sportsmanship Award - 16's: David Saye, Charlotte
High School Coach of the Year Given In Honor of Coach Ron Lee: Tim Medlin, Snow Hill
High School Tennis Female Player of the Year: Sabrina Grewal, Raleigh
J.S. Love Adult Tennis Female Player of the Year: Alice Stubbs, Raleigh
J.S. Love Adult Tennis Male Player of the Year: Willie Dann, Denver
James H. Leighton Junior Tennis Female Player of the Year: Abigail Forbes, Raleigh
James H. Leighton Junior Tennis Male Player of the Year: Braden Shick, Greensboro
Junior Tennis Council Award Given In Honor of John Peddycord: Chris Hoshour, Matthews
Junior Tennis Male Sportsmanship Award 18's Given by Billy and Jean Trott: Cohen Sechrist, Wilmington
Junior Tournament of the Year In Memory of John Allen Farfour: DOCTA Open Jr Tennis Challenge, Chapel Hill
NJTL Chapter of the Year: Brunswick County CTA, Brunswick County
Peggy Golden Spirit Award: Telfair Belangia, Greensboro
Special Tennis Event of the Year Given In Honor of Bev Earle: Family Try Tennis at NCSU - NCSU Tennis on Campus, Raleigh
Team Tennis Event/Program of the Year Given by Omega Sports: Raleigh Pro League, Raleigh
Tennis Official of the Year in Memory of Penny Brawley: Jonetta Bonds, Raleigh
Walt Stamer Male Senior Player of the Year: Fred Robinson, Charlotte
For past winners and more on USTA North Carolina’s awards visit www.nctennis.com.
About USTA North Carolina
USTA North Carolina, a not-for-profit organization, is the state affiliate of the United States Tennis Association in North Carolina. USTA North Carolina was founded in 1973 and since that time has focused on its singular mission: To promote and develop the game of tennis in North Carolina. There are currently more than 35,500 USTA members residing in North Carolina.
About the North Carolina Tennis Foundation
The North Carolina Tennis Foundation was organized in 1961 for the purpose of promoting tennis and serves tennis players in North Carolina with its sister organization, the North Carolina Tennis Association. The Foundation provides financial support to many worthwhile tennis programs across the state. These programs include the National Junior Tennis & Learning (NJTL) Network, the NC State High School Championships, Wheelchair Tennis, and numerous grants. The NCTF is also responsible for maintaining the North Carolina Tennis Hall of Fame
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North Carolina teams took three titles and placed one finalist in the 2019 USTA League Adult 55 & Over Southern Sectional Championships.
USTA Southern crowned eight champions in matches that were played Sept. 13-15 at three sites in Asheville, N.C.: Asheville Racquet Club Downtown (headquarters), Asheville Racquet Club South and Aston Park. There were more than 72 men’s and women’s teams with more than 700 players from nine states.
Durham, N.C. was the sole city with two teams in finals, with the Women’s 3.0 team taking the championships. Alabama and Louisiana had a champion and two finalists while Georgia brought home two crowns.
High-resolution photos of champions and finalists are in a Facebook Gallery and are available for download. To view click link: https://www.facebook.com/pg/USTASouthern/photos/?tab=album&album_id=10158732036812646&__tn__=-UC-R
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August 29, 2019
DOCTA TENNIS EVERYONE – DURHAM 150
DURHAM 150 GRANTEE
Durham-Orange Community Tennis Association (DOCTA) Together Tennis – Durham 150 is a special event that celebrates Durham’s 150 birthday by providing diverse and inclusive outreach and engagement to a minimum of 150 youth and adults in Durham who would like to learn and play tennis in the next 150 days. DOCTA’s goal is to provide an event that promotes the diversity and inclusion of tennis for all Durham residents to feel welcomed and to provide an opportunity for families to engage together in tennis while celebrating Durham’s 150 years. DOCTA – Together Tennis – Durham 150 will be held on Saturday, September 14, 2019 from 10 am to 1 pm at Southern School of Energy and Sustainability.
This event will showcase grassroots tennis in the Durham community and highlight tennis as a sport for youth engagement that would earn exceptionally skilled youth in tennis a college/university scholarship. Tennis Everyone further promotes the six (6) pillars of character (trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring and citizenship) throughout all programming activities and the special event.
The Durham-Orange Community Tennis Association has served the Durham community for the past 20 years to promote and encourage tennis. Most of DOCTA’s programs are held at local public parks and public schools. DOCTA currently coordinates the USTA/NC junior team tennis league for the Eno area. A total of 336 youth participated in the spring league; and Fall registration is open. To learn more, please view their website at www.docta.org.
USTA/NC Area 4 Director
DOCTA Board Secretary
Click here to print News Release and Flyer!: https://www.docta.org/durham-150-celebration
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The North Carolina Tennis Foundation is beginning a search for a new Director or Development and Programs. We are looking for someone with a passion for and background in tennis with the ability to fund and friend raise for the NC Tennis Foundation. The North Carolina Tennis Foundation was organized in 1961 for the purpose of promoting tennis. The Foundation provides financial support to many worthwhile tennis programs across the state. These programs include the National Junior Tennis & Learning (NJTL) Network, the NC State High School Championships, adaptive tennis, and numerous grants.
Not only does the North Carolina Tennis Foundation support tennis programs but it also maintains the North Carolina Tennis Hall of Fame and works on numerous projects to preserve the history of tennis in North Carolina. The North Carolina Tennis Foundation is a 501C3.
To find out more about the position and to apply please click here. If you have any questions, please email Kelly Gaines, firstname.lastname@example.org. Please forward to all whom you feel would be great candidates!
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DOCTA Jr. Open 2017
The Durham-Orange Community Tennis Association (DOCTA) hosted its Annual Open Jr. Tennis Challenge on July 28-30, 2017 in partnership with the Chapel Hill Parks and Recreation. In collaboration with the Chapel Hill/Carrboro Schools, East Chapel Hill High School was the main site for the 119 entries for the tournament that was showcased at three high school sites, including the Carrboro and Chapel Hill High School tennis courts.
Great tennis was enjoyed from the tennis fans and families that looked on as North Carolina players, ages 12 to 18 boys and girls shared their talents. After overcoming Friday nights rain and thunderstorms, the DOCTA Open was full of sunshine!
The DOCTA Media Report with semifinal and final winners is available here, along with photo highlights of all the winners.
Special thanks to all the participants and volunteers who helped to make this wonderful tennis tournament a success!
Click Here to view photos!
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Congratulations to Laura Lowman's 4.0 - 18 and over Team
Laura's 18 and over Team from Eno won the Southern Sectionals and will be going to Nationals. Great teamwork!
Click Here to view article!
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Durham Orange Community Tennis Association
ANNUAL TENNIS CARNIVAL
SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 2017
9 am – 12 noon
Southern School of Energy and Sustainability
800 Clayton Road
Durham, NC 27704
Enjoy tennis games and play for adults and youth (ages 4 to 18). Don’t miss the fun! Free tennis clinics available.
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Congratulations to Laura Lowman and Marion Wing, our 18 and over Women's 4.0 Southern Sectional league champions!
Click Here to see story at www.nctennis.com!
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Area Community Tennis Events in Durham-Orange
Please learn more about these events on Tennis Link.
Hollow Rock NC L4 Tennis Tournament
June 24-25, 2017
Hollow Rock Racquet Club
5100 Erwin Road
Durham, NC 27707
Contact: Jim Scott, Director
Southern Village Club Summer L6 Tournament
June 25, 2017
601 Brookgreen Drive
Chapel Hill, NC 27516
Contact; Alec Moore, Director
Telephone: 919-969-8442 x 103
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DOCTA Gearing Up for Summer Fun!
The Durham-Orange Community Tennis Association (DOCTA) is gearing up for Summer Fun! Don't miss the excitement! On Saturday, June 24, 2017, the DOCTA Annual Tennis Carnival will be held at Southern School of Energy and Sustainability Tennis Courts, 800 Clayton Road, Durham, NC from 9 am to 12 noon. Please come out and join us! Youth, ages 4 to adults of all ages are invited to be a part of this special event. Click flier here!
DOCTA Tennis Clinics are now available from June-September 2017! Monday and Wednesday or Tuesday and Thursday tennis programming is available for beginners, intermediate and advanced participants. John McLean, tennis coach will be on hand to work with the youth and adults along with other volunteer instructors. Please call 919-547-4354 or print and mail your registration. Click registration form here!
DOCTA Tennis with Character Program will be held July 8, 15 and August 5,12 for 2017 from 9 am to 11 am. This program is free to the public and offers tennis play with emphasis on the framework of the Six Pillars of Character--Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring and Citizenship as they relate to the sport of tennis. To register, please email Anna Mercer-McLean at email@example.com or call 919-619-9187.
The DOCTA Open Junior Tennis Challenge will be held July 28-30, 2017 in Chapel Hill, NC. For more details, please call John McLean, Tournament Director at 919-547-4354 or click on the USTA link here: http://tennislink.usta.com/tournaments/TournamentHome/Tournament.aspx?T=197164.
Keep checking back, more details on tennis fun in the Durham-Orange area will be coming!