Los Cab Sports Village

Los Cab Life - October 2019

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● 2 ❘ LOS CAB LIFE ❘ OCTOBER 2019 ❘ Tennis courts photo by member Keith Wolzinger ONE FOR THE AGES ■ 2019 CALCUTTA WILL FEATURE A RENAISSANCE THEME O ne of the year's most anticipated events at Los Caballeros Sports Village is just around the corner, with the club's annual Tennis Calcutta set to return during the weekend of October 18-20. Part of what makes the Cal- cutta such a great experience is the camaraderie that forms dur- ing the event as participants compete in a unique format and bid on teams. And while the tournament is competitive, it also produces a lot of fun – espe- cially during the party the night before, which this year will fea- ture a Renaissance theme. "Some people get super into it and go all out," said Joshua Baar at the tennis desk, adding that previous themes have included Roaring '20s, Halloween, and '70s and '80s parties. "I can see people putting a lot of effort into their costumes this year." The Friday night soirée will feature dinner, music, dancing, raffles, a casino night, a costume contest and bidding on teams participating in the Calcutta, which will determine seeding for the tennis competition. Registration is open through October 6, and the $90 entry fee includes admission into the party and two days of tennis, lunch both days, dinner, prizes and more. Members are also welcome to attend just the party if they want to enjoy the pre- match festivities and watch the weekend Calcutta. Child care will be available Friday night. "It's easily the biggest event we do each year," said Tracy Harris at the tennis desk. "It's one that all of our members get really excited about – and it brings the entire club together." ....................................................... > CALL (714) 546-2900 to register. 2019 JUNIOR OPEN .............................. NEW CHAMPIONS ARE CROWNED F or five days in September, Los Cab Sports Village was the cen- ter of the junior tennis universe as the 34th annual Los Caballeros Junior Open brought many of the best young players from across Southern California together September 7-8 and 14-16. "What makes it such a great event is that the top kids in each age group 10-18 from all over Southern California play every year," said tournament or- ganizer Hank Lloyd. "It really brings out the cream of the crop at every age. And the level of play is fantastic." Top-seeded Jett Middleton won the boys' 18 singles title, and Jenna Sabile, seeded fifth, captured the top age bracket for the girls. The boys' 18 doubles crown went to No. 1 seed Nabeel Khan and Kai Brady, while the top girls' 18 duo was Los Cab's own Lauren Friedman and Anne Lutkemeyer, also the top seed. "It has always been a premier event, and the facilities at Los Cab are sec- ond to none," Lloyd said. "It creates a really good setting for an amazing event. The members seemed to really enjoy watching as well." .............................................................. > CLICK HERE for complete results. IN THE NEWS Girls singles champ Jenna Sabile with tourney organizer Hank Lloyd. Los Cab's tennis courts will see plenty of action when the annual Calcutta returns.

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