2018 Rivertown Days Tennis Tourney
We want to thank everyone who participated in our 40th Annual Rivertown Days Tennis Tournament! Thank you for your patience on Thursday and Friday as the rains came and we had to play in between rain showers and then eventually had to call it for the night. There was so much incredible tennis played in four days and connections made that we hope will bring you back next year!
Thank you also to all of our generous sponsors who helped to make this tournament was it was by donating money, gift bag items and their time.
And let's not forget all the volunteers and helpers who without them, the tournament would not have ran so smoothly. Many people stepped up when asked and provided many hours of their time to make the tournament a success.
See you next year at the 41st Annual Tennis Tournament!
All final results are posted.
U12 Boys Singles U12 Girls Singles U14 Girls and Boys doubles
U14 Boys Singles U14 Girls Singles U18 Girls and Boys Doubles
U16 Boys Singles U16 Girls Singles U14 Mixed Doubles
U18 Boys Singles U18 Girls Singles U18 Mixed Doubles
Women's Division I Men's Division I
Women's Division II Men's Division II
Women's Doubles Division I Women's Doubles Division II
Men's Doubles Division II Men's Doubles Division II
Mixed Doubles Division I Mixed Doubles Division II Mixed Doubles Division III
The Ron Eggert Good Sportsmanship Award
In 2013, the Hastings tennis community lost a long time supporter, Ron Eggert. Ron and his doubles partner, Dwaine Glasenapp, played in the RTD Tournament for 34 years. In honor of Ron, each year, the spectators of the tournament select a player who exhibits good sportsmanship on and off the tennis court to receive the Ron Eggert Good Sportsmanship Award. The 2018 award winner was Alanna Knutson from New Richmond.
Previous award winners:
Jorden Burow (2013)
Joe Zak (2014)
Lucas Ussatis (2015)
Audrey Langworthy (2016)
Chloe Konrady (2017)
Audrey Langworthy (right) presents the 2017 Ron Eggert Good Sportsmanship Award to Chloe Konrady (left)