Jacob Dangeli, left, and Kurt Dzinich defeated Anne Kincheloe and Sami Good 6-7 (4), 7-5, 1-0 (9) to claim the Men’s/Women’s East Bracket championship in the Back To School Doubles Tournament played at the Alaska Club Valley Sept. 14-16. (Courtesy Photo | Mona Mametsuka)

Jacob Dangeli, left, and Kurt Dzinich defeated Anne Kincheloe and Sami Good 6-7 (4), 7-5, 1-0 (9) to claim the Men’s/Women’s East Bracket championship in the Back To School Doubles Tournament played at the Alaska Club Valley Sept. 14-16. (Courtesy Photo | Mona Mametsuka)

Back To School Tennis Tournament results

The Juneau-Douglas High School tennis team partnered with community players for the Back To School Doubles Tournament.

The tournament ended Sunday at the Alaska Club Valley with four winning teams. The tournament raised $500 for the high school tennis team, with approximately 50 participants.

Colleen McKenna and Josie Bahnke went 3-0 en route to taking the Women’s North Bracket title. Gale Good and Mona Mametsuka, of the Mixed East Bracket, and Collin Kuopalla and Nick Pongphai, of the Men’s/Mixed West Bracket, also went 3-0 to claim bracket victories. Kurt Dzinich and Jacob Dangeli claimed the Men’s/Women’s East Bracket championship.

Gale Good, left, and Mona Mametsuka won the Mixed East Bracket championship in the Back To School Doubles Tournament played at the Alaska Club Valley Sept. 14-16. (Courtesy Photo | Mona Mametsuka)

Gale Good, left, and Mona Mametsuka won the Mixed East Bracket championship in the Back To School Doubles Tournament played at the Alaska Club Valley Sept. 14-16. (Courtesy Photo | Mona Mametsuka)

Josie Bahnke, left, and Colleen McKenna won the Women’s North Bracket championship in the Back To School Doubles Tournament played at the Alaska Club Valley Sept. 14-16. (Courtesy Photo | Mona Mametsuka)

Josie Bahnke, left, and Colleen McKenna won the Women’s North Bracket championship in the Back To School Doubles Tournament played at the Alaska Club Valley Sept. 14-16. (Courtesy Photo | Mona Mametsuka)

Collin Kuopalla and Nick Pongphai won the Men’s/Mixed West Bracket championship in the Back To School Doubles Tournament played at the Alaska Club Valley Sept. 14-16. (Courtesy Photo | Mona Mametsuka)

Collin Kuopalla and Nick Pongphai won the Men’s/Mixed West Bracket championship in the Back To School Doubles Tournament played at the Alaska Club Valley Sept. 14-16. (Courtesy Photo | Mona Mametsuka)

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