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Tony Adams, U.S. Army Construction Company, returns the ball during the FY15 intramural tennis men's senior championship match series against Defense Logistics Agency's Jerry Shelton, Monday at the Graves Courts.

Thirteen athletes, representing four units assigned to Fort Belvoir, continued the 2015 intramural tennis championship tournament with men’s senior division matches, May 6 at Graves Fitness Center Courts on North Post.

U.S. Army Construction Company’s Tony Adams downed DLA’s Jerry Shelton in the final to claim the champion trophy, and Fort Belvoir Community Hospital’s Kevin McCoy and teammate Loc Tran earned equal third-place finishes with respective quarterfinal victories over U.S. Army Legal Services Agency’s Malcolm Squires and Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s Mike Bechtold, May 5-6 at the Graves Courts.

The single-elimination title series runs through Wednesday, with units competing in men’s doubles, women’s doubles, and mixed doubles divisions.

For more information about the tournament and league, including match schedules, call Geneva Martin, Fort Belvoir intramural sports league coordinator, 703-805-2559.

For full tournament results, visit http://www.quickscores.com/Orgs/index.php?OrgDir=belvoirmwr.

Current Tennis Results

As of May 11

Men’s Senior Division

  • • Champion: Tony Adams, U.S. Army Construction Company
  • • Runner Up: Jerry Shelton, Defense Logistics Agency
  • • 3rd Place: Loc Tran, Fort Belvoir Community Hospital; and Kevin McCoy, Fort Belvoir Community Hospital

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