Jordaan Richter, of Cherry Hills Village, blasts a return Sunday during the second day of the three-day Intermountain 12-and-under Memorial Day Championship in Steamboat Springs. The event brought 63 of the best 12-and-under players from the region to the Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs. Action continues today at 8 a.m.

Photo by Joel Reichenberger

Jordaan Richter, of Cherry Hills Village, blasts a return Sunday during the second day of the three-day Intermountain 12-and-under Memorial Day Championship in Steamboat Springs. The event brought 63 of the best 12-and-under players from the region to the Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs. Action continues today at 8 a.m.

Intermountain Memorial Day Championship tennis results

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Intermountain memorial day championship

Sunday, May 29

Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs

Boys 12 Singles (Quarterfinal Round)

Smith, Kai (3) Denver, CO def. Boddington, Ryan (8) Park City, UT 6-3; 3-6; 10-8

Finan, Brett (4) Broomfield, CO def. Lorenz, Nicholas (6) Colorado Springs, CO 1-6; 6-1; 10-4

Edwards, Frederick (2) Bayfield, CO def. Lalovic, Stefan (7) Las Vegas, NV 6-2; 6-0

Gajardo, Benjamin (5) Las Vegas, NV def. Melville, Tom (1) Boulder, CO 7-5; 4-6; 12-10

Boys 12 Singles (Semifinal Round)

Smith, Kai (3) Denver, CO def. Gajardo, Benjamin (5) Las Vegas, NV 6-2; 6-0

Finan, Brett (4) Broomfield, CO def. Edwards, Frederick (2) Bayfield, CO 6-2; 3-6; 10-4

Boys 12 Singles Consolation (West — Quarterfinal Round)

Moldenhauer, Jack Denver, CO def. andrus, brigham Highland, UT 6-2; 6-1

Harris, Tyler Lindon, UT def. Vandecasteele, Luke Murray, UT 6-3; 6-3

Jordaan, Richter Cherry Hills Village, CO def. Seby, Patrick Denver, CO 6-0; 6-0

Franks, Charlie Denver, CO def. Norwood, Erin Denver, CO 6-1; 6-4

Boys 12 Singles Consolation (West — Semifinal Round)

Jordaan, Richter Cherry Hills Village, CO def. Moldenhauer, Jack Denver, CO 6-1; 6-0

Harris, Tyler Lindon, UT def. Franks, Charlie Denver, CO 6-1; 6-0

Boys 12 Singles (North — Quarterfinal Round)

Smith, Kasper Boulder, CO def. Snyder, Hayden Steamboat Springs, CO 6-2; 6-1

Antonsen, Ben Highlands Ranch, CO def. Ross, Patrick Littleton, CO 6-3; 6-2

King, Joshua Englewood, CO def. Johnson, Mitchell Cherry Hills Village, CO 5-7; 7-6(10-8)

Kijak, David Aurora, CO def. Davis, Coulten Colorado Springs, CO 6-1; 6-2

Boys 12 Singles (North — Semifinal Round)

Antonsen, Ben Highlands Ranch, CO def. Smith, Kasper Boulder, CO 6-2; 6-4

King, Joshua Englewood, CO def. Kijak, David Aurora, CO 7-6(3); 6-2

Boys 12 Singles (South — Quarterfinal Round)

Heimuli, Micah Highland, UT def. Kempema, Jakob North Salt Lake, UT 6-4; 6-1

Sepulveda, Nicholas Draper, UT def. Vandecasteele, Quinn Murray, UT 6-7(5); 6-4; 10-6

Weil, Aaron Highlands Ranch, CO def. Smith, Isaac Clearfield, UT 6-0; 6-2

Hafen, Sam Farmington, UT def. Vuppala, Ram Denver, CO 6-2; 6-3

Boys 12 Singles (South — Semifinal Round)

Sepulveda, Nicholas Draper, UT def. Heimuli, Micah Highland, UT 6-1; 4-6; 10-8

Weil, Aaron Highlands Ranch, CO def. Hafen, Sam Farmington, UT 6-0; 6-0

Boys 12 Singles (Northwest — Semifinal Round)

Johnson, Mitchell Cherry Hills Village, CO def. Davis, Coulten Colorado Springs, CO 6-1; 6-1

Ross, Patrick Littleton, CO def. Snyder, Hayden Steamboat Springs, CO 6-0; 6-0

Boys 12 Singles (Northeast — Semifinal Round)

Melville, Tom (1) Boulder, CO def. Boddington, Ryan (8) Park City, UT 6-1; 6-1

Lorenz, Nicholas (6) Colorado Springs, CO def. Lalovic, Stefan (7) Las Vegas, NV 6-7(3); 6-4; 10-6

Boys 12 Singles (Southwest — Semifinal Round)

Seby, Patrick Denver, CO def. andrus, brigham Highland, UT 6-3; 6-7(5); 10-6

Vandecasteele, Luke Murray, UT def. Norwood, Erin Denver, CO 6-1; 6-1

Boys 12 Singles (Southeast - Semifinal Round)

Kempema, Jakob North Salt Lake, UT def. Vandecasteele, Quinn Murray, UT 6-0; 6-1

Vuppala, Ram Denver, CO def. Smith, Isaac Clearfield, UT 6-1; 6-0

Girls 12 Singles (Quarterfinal Round)

Hafen, Eliza (3) Farmington, UT def. Aragon, Jessica (5) Fort Collins, CO 2-6; 6-3; 10-5

Turley, Whitney (1) Kaysville, UT def. Shen, Amber (6) Broomfield, CO 6-4; 6-3

Gallegos, Madison (2) Aurora, CO def. Koza, Grace (7) Littleton, CO 6-2; 6-0

Heimuli, Leah (4) Highland, UT def. Hall, Morgan (8) Colorado Springs, CO 6-3; 6-2

Girls 12 Singles (Semifinal Round)

Turley, Whitney (1) Kaysville, UT def. Heimuli, Leah (4) Highland, UT 6-2; 6-2

Gallegos, Madison (2) Aurora, CO def. Hafen, Eliza (3) Farmington, UT 6-1; 6-0

Girls 12 Singles Consolation (West — Quarterfinal Round)

Zhong, Casey Highlands Ranch, CO def. Murphy, Allison Centennial, CO 6-2; -1(11-9)

Girls 12 Singles Consolation (West — Quarterfinal Round)

Handler, Micha Englewood, CO def. Dush, Emily Fort Collins, CO 2-6; 7-6(10-4))

Singh, Anshika Greenwood Village, CO def. Hagan, Natalie Lone Tree, CO 6-2; 6-3

Schoenbeck, Sara Pueblo, CO def. Sepulveda, Addison Draper, UT 6-0; 6-2

Girls 12 Singles Consolation (West — Semifinal Round)

Zhong, Casey Highlands Ranch, CO def. Handler, Micha Englewood, CO 6-3; 6-1

Singh, Anshika Greenwood Village, CO def. Schoenbeck, Sara Pueblo, CO 6-2; 6-4

Girls 12 Singles (North — Quarterfinal Round)

Berggren, Julia Evergreen, CO def. Castelino, Seraphin Superior, CO Ret (ill)

Shea, Franny Bozeman, MT def. Ferreira, Sicely Bountiful, UT 6-2; 6-2

Edwards, Mavis Bayfield, CO def. Jordaan, Caroline Cherry Hills Village, CO 7-5; 6-1

Kearney, Maeve Englewood, CO def. Shea, Margot Bozeman, MT 6-3; -4(10-4)

Girls 12 Singles (North — Semifinal Round)

Berggren, Julia Evergreen, CO def. Kearney, Maeve Englewood, CO 2-6; 6-3; 10-4

Shea, Franny Bozeman, MT def. Edwards, Mavis Bayfield, CO 6-2; 6-2

Girls 12 Singles (South — Quarterfinal Round)

Strande, Emily Centennial, CO def. Boddington, Hayley Park City, UT 6-3; 6-1

Burger, Tatum Steamboat Springs, CO def. Cerone, Noelle Steamboat Springs, CO 6-1; 6-2

Katthain, Tamara Steamboat Springs, CO def. Bove, Madeline Castle Rock, CO 6-3; 6-2

Girls 12 Singles (South — Semifinal Round)

Strande, Emily Centennial, CO def. Burger, Tatum Steamboat Springs, CO 6-4; 6-2

Katthain, Tamara Steamboat Springs, CO def. Turley, Mackenzie Kaysville, UT 6-4; 6-3

Girls 12 Singles (Northwest — Semifinal Round)

Shea, Margot Bozeman, MT def. Castelino, Seraphin Superior, CO Wo (ill)

Ferreira, Sicely Bountiful, UT def. Jordaan, Caroline Cherry Hills Village, CO 3-6; 6-0; 10-8

Girls 12 Singles (Northeast — Semifinal Round)

Shen, Amber (6) Broomfield, CO def. Hall, Morgan (8) Colorado Springs, CO 6-1; 6-1

Girls 12 Singles (Northeast — Semifinal Round)

Aragon, Jessica (5) Fort Collins, CO def. Koza, Grace (7) Littleton, CO 6-4; 3-6; 10-7

Girls 12 Singles (Southwest — Semifinal Round)

Sepulveda, Addison Draper, UT def. Hagan, Natalie Lone Tree, CO 6-1; 6-7(5); 10-3

Murphy, Allison Centennial, CO def. Dush, Emily Fort Collins, CO 6-4; 4-6; 13-11

Girls 12 Singles (Southeast — Semifinal Round)

Boddington, Hayley Park City, UT def. Cerone, Noelle Steamboat Springs, CO 6-0; 6-0

Boys 12 Doubles (Semifinal Round)

Harris, Tyler / Vandecasteele, Luke def. Jordaan, Richter / Lorenz, Nicholas 8-5

Antonsen, Ben / Edwards, Frederick def. Finan, Brett / Melville, Tom (1) 8-2

Girls 12 Doubles (Quarterfinal Round)

Gallegos, Madison / Shen, Amber (1) def. Edwards, Mavis / Schoenbeck, Sara 8-0

Turley, Whitney / Turley, Mackenzie def. Shea, Margot / Shea, Franny (3) 8-2

Castelino, Seraphin / Zhong, Casey def. Ferreira, Sicely / Hafen, Eliza (4) 8-2

Aragon, Jessica / Heimuli, Leah (2) def. Kearney, Maeve / Singh, Anshika 8-4

Girls 12 Doubles (Semifinal Round)

Aragon, Jessica / Heimuli, Leah (2) def. Castelino, Seraphin / Zhong, Casey 8-3

Gallegos, Madison / Shen, Amber (1) def. Turley, Whitney / Turley, Mackenzie 9-7

Today’s schedule

Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs

8 a.m.

Boys 12 Singles

Kai Smith vs. Brett Finan

Boys 12 Singles C

Richter Jordaan vs. Tyler Harris

Boys 12 Singles C

Ben Antonsen vs. Joshua King

Boys 12 Singles C

Nicholas Sepulveda vs. Aaron Weil

Boys 12 Singles C

Tom Melville vs. Nicholas Lorenz

Boys 12 Singles C

Benjamin Gajardo vs. Frederick Edwards

Girls 12 Singles

Whitney Turley vs. Madison Gallegos

Girls 12 Singles C

Julia Berggren vs. Franny Shea

Girls 12 Singles C

Margot Shea vs. Sicely Ferreira

9 a.m.

Boys 12 Singles C

Patrick Seby vs. Luke Vandecasteele

Girls 12 Singles C

Amber Shen vs. Jessica Aragon

9:15 a.m.

Boys 12 Singles C

Patrick Ross vs. Mitchell Johnson

9:30 a.m.

Boys 12 Singles C

Jakob Kempema vs. Ram Vuppala

Girls 12 Singles C

Allison Murphy vs. Addison Sepulveda

Girls 12 Singles C

Madeline Bove vs. Hayley Boddington

10 a.m.

Girls 12 Singles C

Casey Zhong vs. Anshika Singh

Girls 12 Singles C

Tamara Katthain vs. Emily Strande

10:30 a.m.

Girls 12 Doubles

M. Gallegos - A. Shen vs. J. Aragon - L. Heimuli

10:15 a.m.

Boys 12 Doubles

B. Antonsen - F. Edwards vs. T. Harris - L. Vandecasteele

Comments

StopTheBrutalChemtrails 2 years, 10 months ago

The GE reactor design has an emergency platform designed under the reactors containment in the event a meltdown was to occur, that feature was built to not only prolong a meltdown but also prevent fission as best it can… However, with the fuel heating up, you must consider that the water being implored with high levels of boron are doing little to nothing to prevent the fission from occuring…

That being said, Its only going to be a short amount of time before the fuel likely surpasses the emergency system, and makes its way into the water table. After that happens, soil and water will produce steam clouds that will contaminate vast areas of the planet… =ing the evacuation of the site… Game Over.

I assume this will be more like a nuclear fountain… Think of a geyser of radiation spewing into the atmosphere for the next 10 – 1000 years Like they are now except 20 times worse… One that will create temperatures that are unbearable to work near, rising to 120f. or greater…

It will contaminate everything its stream touches. Fukushima would become a wasteland, of contamination and japan would need to extend the evacuation zone to at least 300km likely much much more area. though

A china syndrome has never happened thus the math is beyond me… The contamination would spread in any nation internationally and nationally. (as it has now). but in much higher doses. likely 150 -350cpm… Note this is on the premiss that only one reactor has reached criticality…

However: In the event there is an explosion, Well thats just bad… We would witness at least 3 – 300000 tons of metric nuclear waste, instantly turned into particle form…

The release would do either one of three possible things… 1. a really bad case scenario: Assist reactors 2-6 in achieving a full fusion criticality, leading to an apocalyptic amount of radiation in such high density that anyone that is in its path would perish by suffocation; 2. The better, and yet less likely scenario: achieve a level of detonation, while completely staying within a safe proximity of the other troubled reactors on site, (which is very unlikely)… somehow redirecting most of the initial mass over and into the ocean… Thus spreading only minute levels of radiation globally… Then there is the worst case scenario… 3. (fyi, This is also a product of result #1)… If the fusion some how took the full site (all 6 reactor) in one big kaboom (meaning a full fusion criticality) …

In lamen terms: There will be absolutely nothing left; Ever witness a: coronal mass ejection??? Now, have you ever heard of the earth creating one??? If there were an explosion leading to a full fusion criticality, You wouldn’t need to worry about flights or planning… That would register as an ELE. (extinction level event)…

The explosion would likely blow the entire atmosphere off the planet.

food for thought: G.E. owns comcast; Is this why USA media is blackballing the story… ?

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