USTA Boys' 18 & 16 National Clay Courts
Clay Court Doubles' Champions Crowned
by Julie Wrege
Friday, July 25, 2994

Andrew Orban (Fayetteville, NC) and Eric Riley (Rancho Sante Fe, CA) surprised the top seeded and local favorite team of Treat Huey and Jason Pinsky 6-1,6-2. This semifinal match was played just after Huey's defeat in the singles' final, and neither Huey nor Pinsky played up to their normal standard of doubles, but they recovered to take 3rd place later in the day. Treat Huey ages out of the juniors at the end of this tournament, and he will be a freshman at the University of Virginia in the fall. Pinsky will be attending Vanderbilt University.

Orban and Riley went to take the 18 doubles' championship with a 6-1;3-6;6-3 victory over the Florida team of Andrew Mazlin (Altamonte Springs) and George Navas (Belleair) in the final.

The top seeds in the 16 & under doubles, Sam Querrey and Spencer Vegosen, took the championship in a tough 3-set victory over Clint Bowles (Tampa, FL) and Kellen Damico (Parker, CO) 6-4,2-6,6-2.

Third place in the 16 doubles went to Bradley Cox (Duluth, GA) and Wil Spencer (Santa Rosa Beach, FL) who defeated Andrew Gerst (Redondo Beach, CA) and Bijan Moallemi (Del Mar, CA) in three (3) sets 6-3;1-6;6-3.

 
Orban - Riley

 

Huey-Pinsky

 

Querrey - Vegosen

 

Information last updated on July 29, 2004 at 9:28 PM
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