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It was another great year of tennis at the Midwest Wheelchair Championships in Grand Rapids on July 13-15. RHISP players Jason Mills, Dawn Crawford, and Lucas Strohmenger all competed well.
Jason Mills played some great matches in the Novice division. Dawn Crawford played in the Women’s Open division and lost to the eventual Champion and #1 in the US, Emmy Kaiser. Lucas Strohmenger made it to the Men’s B division semi-finals and lost to Chuck O’Bryant in a very close match that went into a third set tiebreaker.
RHISP wheelchair tennis player Lucas Strohmenger also participated in the 2014 US Open USTA Wheelchair Championships in St. Louis on August 25-31. He faced off against his rival from the Midwest Wheelchair Championships, Chuck O’Bryant, in the
semi-finals again. O’Bryant won the match 6-4, 6-1. O’Bryant and Strohmenger partnered up for doubles where they lost to the eventual champions in the semi’s but won a Bronze Ball trophy in their match for third place with a big 6-1, 6-1 win.