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Tuscaloosa Teams Dominate Southern Cities Championships

September 3, 2008 04:55 PM
2008 SCC City Champion, Tuscaloosa
Tuscaloosa Teams Dominate Southern Cities Championships

Teams from Tuscaloosa, Ala. rolled (tide) to victory in both city and community victories in the twelfth annual Southern Cities Championships last month at Racquet Club of the South in Atlanta, Ga. It was the first time two teams from the same city won SCC crowns.

Women's teams representing 27 cities from the Southeast participated and competed for charity dollars.

2008 SCC Community Champion, Tuscaloosa

First place in the city category went to captain Marnie Elmore's, with charity dollars to T-Town Paws. Taking first place in community was the team headed by captain Emily Baker.

Second in the community was captured by Gulf Shores, Ala. captained by Christine Slaughter and Kim Brown. Columbia, S.C.'s team lead by captain Christy Britt took second in the city category. The city champion is eligible to compete in the Pacific Life Open Tri-level Championship.

 

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