Steamboat Springs High School tennis player Shelby Reed played in the Intermountain 18-and-Under Memorial Day Championships in St. George, Utah. Reed finished third with doubles partner Shannon McNamara, of Vail, and sixth in singles.

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Steamboat Springs High School tennis player Shelby Reed played in the Intermountain 18-and-Under Memorial Day Championships in St. George, Utah. Reed finished third with doubles partner Shannon McNamara, of Vail, and sixth in singles.

Tennis Association holding open house

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— The Steamboat Tennis Association is hosting a free tennis expo from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday at the Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs.

The expo will highlight summer tennis lessons, leagues and upcoming tournaments throughout Routt County, the region and the state. It also will allow people to see all the programs, youth programs and tennis fitness programs that are provided.

Many of the programs for adults, juniors and children have been successful, as shown by the performance of the Steamboat Springs High School boys and girls teams and various adults who compete at tournaments throughout the state and region.

The Tennis Association, a nonprofit organization, is one of the main funding sources for the high school teams and provides scholarships for junior players. For more information, visit www.10s.com.

Reed performs well

in tournament

Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis player Shelby Reed had a strong performance in the Intermountain 18-and-Under Memorial Day Championships in St. George, Utah.

Reed, who finished third at No. 2 singles in the Class 4A state tennis championships in Pueblo earlier this month, finished third in doubles with partner Shannon McNamara, of Vail.

Reed also finished sixth in singles.

- To reach Luke Graham, call 871-4229

or e-mail lgraham@steamboatpilot.com

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