TENNIS PRO Martha Downing, of Shingle Springs, left, and Mercy Ford, of El Dorado meet their doubles opponents, Ian Gollihur, 17, right, and Chris Bodle, 18, second from right, both of Placerville, at El Dorado High School for the Hangtown Women's Tennis Challenge on April 29. Club members play matches with students and offer tips on improving their game. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene


Exhibition tennis: Hangtown Women’s Challenge

By From page A6 | May 07, 2014

It was age and experience against youthful energy last week at El Dorado High in the Hangtown Women’s Tennis Challenge that pitted the Hangtown Women’s Club against the Cougars’ coed team in a friendly exhibition of doubles matches.

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