Kent Sisters Dominate the 28th Annual KSB Tennis Classic

Kent Sisters Dominate the 28th Annual KSB Tennis Classic

The 28th Annual KSB Tennis Classic wrapped up on Sunday afternoon and it was a big weekend for Amanda and Hayley Kent.

Amanda, 24, who serves as the Dixon Park District Tennis Coordinator teamed up with her younger sister Hayley, 22, to win the Women’s Doubles Division on Saturday. The Kent sisters finished the day with 28 total points to take first place honors. Jill Kohlert and Cindy Bonnell finished second place with 23 total points.

Amanda, who was a 4 time State Qualifier in Girls Tennis at Dixon High School from 2008-2012, then teamed up with Alex Knack on Sunday and took first place in the Mixed Doubles Division. Kent and Knack, who have been playing tennis together since they were nine years old, finished with 38 points to take top honors. Lance LeFevre and Robin Keene finished in second place with 32 points.

In the Men’s Doubles Division, Alex Knack and Gavin Jensen took first place honors finishing with 39 points. Mike McNamara and Mark Eriks finished in second place.

The 28th Annual KSB Tennis Classic officially wrapped up on Sunday afternoon the Emma Hubbs Tennis Courts in Dixon.

Adult Tennis Results:

Women’s Doubles:

1st- Amanda Kent and Hayley Kent

2nd- Jill Kohlert and Cindy Bonnell

Men’s Doubles:

1st- Alex Knack and Gavin Jensen

2nd- Mike McNamara and Mark Eriks

Mixed Doubles:

1st- Amanda Kent and Alex Knack

2nd- Lance LeFevre and Robin Keene