Lauren Smoker, Susan Haymes, Ann Sutton and Beatrice Franklin show off the Alaska flag at last year’s Capital Cup between the Juneau and Whitehorse tennis communities. Smoker, Haymes and Franklin are members of this year’s Juneau team. (Courtesy Photo | Mona Mametsuka)

Lauren Smoker, Susan Haymes, Ann Sutton and Beatrice Franklin show off the Alaska flag at last year’s Capital Cup between the Juneau and Whitehorse tennis communities. Smoker, Haymes and Franklin are members of this year’s Juneau team. (Courtesy Photo | Mona Mametsuka)

Juneau looks to retake Capital Cup

Friendly Juneau-Whitehorse tennis competition begins today

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