Grantsville freshman Camdin Nelson competes against Waterford’s Arvind Madaliar in the Class 3A third singles championship match Saturday at Liberty Park in Salt Lake City. Mudaliar beat Nelson 6-2, 6-2.
Stansbury’s Nathan Leary goes after a ball during the Class 4A tournament Friday. Leary won his first-round match at second singles, helping the Stallions finish in a tie for 12th place in the team standings.
Grantsville’s Max Coon waits for the ball to come his way during the 3A second doubles tournament.
Stansbury’s Brigham DeBry reaches for a ball during his match at third singles.
ooele’s Nathan Swan and Alex Dunn keep their eyes on the ball during a first-round first doubles match.
Stansbury’s Brady Kimberling, playing first singles for the Stallions, volleys during a home match earlier this season.
Tooele’s Brandon Wong hits a return during the second doubles tournament at Liberty Park in Salt Lake City on Friday.
Grantsville first singles player Seth Beckett.
Grantsville second singles player Porter Whitworth competes in the Class 3A state tournament Thursday.
Stansbury’s Joseph Luke plays third singles during a match earlier this season in Grantsville.
Tooele’s Zac Grant competes at region in first singles.
Tooele’s Jonah Wilson reaches for the ball during his first-round third singles match on Friday. Wilson was the only Tooele singles player to reach the state tournament.
Tooele County was well-represented at the state boys tennis tournament this weekend at Liberty Park in Salt Lake City, with Grantsville taking third place in Class 3A, Stansbury finishing tied for 12th in Class 4A and Tooele seeing both of its doubles teams and a singles player compete in the 4A bracket.
Grantsville’s entire team made it to the state tournament, with all three singles players and one doubles team making it at least to the semifinals. Freshman Camdin Nelson finished as the 3A runner-up at third singles, capping an impressive season.
Stansbury’s Nathan Leary advanced to the 4A quarterfinals at second singles to earn a point for the Stallions, who sent all three of their singles players to state. Meanwhile, Tooele’s two doubles teams, as well as third singles player Jonah Wilson, battled hard against some of the top players in the state and finished their season in the first round.
Francie Aufdemorte is photo editor for the Tooele Transcript-Bulletin. A Tooele County native, she graduated from Tooele High School in 1989, and with a degree in English from the University of Utah in 2001. She next studied filmmaking at the New York Film Academy in 2005, from which she earned a certificate of completion. Her ties to community journalism begin in 2005 when she worked for the Magna Times for two years, handling everything from classified advertising to editing and proofing news stories. While there she also created and maintained a new website for the newspaper. In 2007, she opened a Salt Lake-based studio called Book Cliff Photography. As principle photographer, she worked both editorial and commercial assignments, including portraiture and weddings. As photo editor, Aufdemorte photographs news, features, sports and advertising for the Transcript-Bulletin and supplemental publications, while also managing and assigning the newspaper’s freelance photographers.
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