Those players winning honors in the 10-and-under and 12-and-under age groups during the 2014 Allegan Lions Club Tournament included (front from left) Mia Kolhoff, Addy Fales, Vance Muenzer, Cole Muenzer, Regan Fales, Audry DeBoer, (back) Elizabeth Hill, Aly Aldrich, Jasper Harrington, Tyler Aldrich, Austin Corbett, Korbin Sisson, Owen Clearwater and Tim Lyon. Those players winning honors in the 14-and-under and 18-and-under age groups during the 2014 Allegan Lions Club Tournament included: (front from left) Mollie Babbitt, Jacelyn Hinesley, Nicole Galloway, Erica Green, Alli Dangremond, Reannon Rizqallah, Adrian Rizqallah, Anya Wisner, Erin Milbocker, (middle) Kody Harrington, Zac Sisson, Zach Lang, Alex Babbitt, Lukas Vliestra, Connor Ferris, Tyler Corbett, (back) Thomas Voglewede, Jack Sturman, Steven Stastny, Alex Wittkop and Rielly Meade.

Lions Club tourney ends summer season

Jason Wesseldyk

Talk about sibling rivalry.
In the finals of the 18-and-under girls’ singles division at the 2014 Allegan Lions Club City Championships tennis tournament, sisters Reannon and Adrian Rizqallah faced off for the title.
And it was older sister Reannon Rizqallah who got the best of her little sister, securing the 6-2, 7-5 victory.
Apparently there were no hard feelings, though, as the Rizqallahs joined forces at 18-and-under doubles and won the championship with a 6-1, 6-2 triumph over Jacelyn Hinesley and Anya Wisner.
The Rizqallahs weren’t the only set of siblings to square off with each other or join forces. At 10-and-under boys’ singles, Vance Muenzer bested brother Cole 4-1, 4-0, while the brother-sister tandem of Tyler and Aly Aldrich teamed up at 12-and-under mixed doubles to defeat Reagan Fales and Vance Muenzer 4-0, 5-4 (4).
“It certainly wasn’t uncommon to see siblings on the same side of the net or on opposite sides this year,” tournament director Gary Ellis said.
With their title at 12-and-under mixed doubles, Tyler and Aly Aldrich have the distinction of being second-generations Lions Club champions. Their mother, current Allegan varsity girls’ tennis coach Jennifer (Fales) Aldrich, was also a winner during her playing days.
Doug Muenzer joined Jennifer Aldrich as a former champion who was able to see his child win a title thanks to Vance Muenzer’s win at 10-and-under singles.

For full story, pick up a copy of the August 7 issue of The Allegan County News or subscribe to the e-edition.

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