Carmen Cintron of Juneau winds up for a hit during the Capital Cup at the Mount McIntyre Courts in Whitehorse, Yukon, on Saturday, July 13, 2019. Whitehorse beat Juneau 464-415 in the three-day tennis competition between the sister cities. It was the 21st time the event has taken place after beginning in 1983. (Courtesy Photo | Dennis Senger)

Carmen Cintron of Juneau winds up for a hit during the Capital Cup at the Mount McIntyre Courts in Whitehorse, Yukon, on Saturday, July 13, 2019. Whitehorse beat Juneau 464-415 in the three-day tennis competition between the sister cities. It was the 21st time the event has taken place after beginning in 1983. (Courtesy Photo | Dennis Senger)

Photos: Capital Cup Tennis

Capital Tennis Glory.

Over a dozen Juneau tennis players visited Whitehorse, Yukon, last weekend for the annual Capital Cup tennis tournament.

The three-day competition pit 16 Juneau players against 30 Whitehorse players in close to 80 shortened singles and doubles matches. Whitehorse held a 464-415 edge in total games (first side to reach eight games wins the match), and was declared winner of the competition.

Juneau’s top performers included Art Dee (58 games), Preecha Nick Pongphai (57 games) and Abby O’Brien (45 games).

Juneau and Whitehorse tennis players gather at center court of the the Mount McIntyre Courts in Whitehorse, Yukon, at the conclusion of the Capital Cup on Sunday, July 14, 2019. Whitehorse beat Juneau 464-415 in the three-day tennis competition between the sister cities. It was the 21st time the event has taken place after beginning in 1983. (Courtesy Photo | Dennis Senger)

Juneau and Whitehorse tennis players gather at center court of the the Mount McIntyre Courts in Whitehorse, Yukon, at the conclusion of the Capital Cup on Sunday, July 14, 2019. Whitehorse beat Juneau 464-415 in the three-day tennis competition between the sister cities. It was the 21st time the event has taken place after beginning in 1983. (Courtesy Photo | Dennis Senger)

Kim Mahar of Juneau returns the ball during the Capital Cup at the Mount McIntyre Courts in Whitehorse, Yukon, on Sunday, July 14, 2019. (Courtesy Photo | Dennis Senger)

Kim Mahar of Juneau returns the ball during the Capital Cup at the Mount McIntyre Courts in Whitehorse, Yukon, on Sunday, July 14, 2019. (Courtesy Photo | Dennis Senger)

Preecha Nick Pongphai winds up for a hit during the Capital Cup at the Mount McIntyre Courts in Whitehorse, Yukon, on Saturday, July 13, 2019. Whitehorse beat Juneau 464-415 in the three-day tennis competition between the sister cities. Pongphai won the second-most games of the 16 Juneau players that attended at 57. (Courtesy Photo | Dennis Senger)

Preecha Nick Pongphai winds up for a hit during the Capital Cup at the Mount McIntyre Courts in Whitehorse, Yukon, on Saturday, July 13, 2019. Whitehorse beat Juneau 464-415 in the three-day tennis competition between the sister cities. Pongphai won the second-most games of the 16 Juneau players that attended at 57. (Courtesy Photo | Dennis Senger)

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