Local tennis players are invited to Snohomish Summer Smash

  • Wednesday, June 20, 2018 3:44pm
  • Sports

The Snohomish Summer Smash, a three-day tournament for high school players ages 14-18, returns to the Snohomish High School tennis courts July 20-22. Registration costs are $30 for singles players and $50 for doubles and mixed doubles teams, with proceeds going to the Snohomish High School boys and girls tennis teams. This year marks the first with Westra Sports of Everett as the tournament’s premier sponsor.

Last year, 73 players from 20 high schools took part, including from Kenmore, Bothell and Woodinville. Registration deadline for the tournament is July 8, and players interested in participating can email the tournament director at kraignorris1@yahoo.com for a registration packet, or go to snohomishsummersmash.com.

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