MUHS tennis participates in Project Wimbledon

MIDDLEBURY — Members of the Middlebury Union High School boys’ tennis team competed in a paddle-ball tournament on a sunny June 6 afternoon to entertain Project Independence clients.
The third annual event was dubbed Project Wimbledon by its founder, Ken Schoen, who doubles as an activities coordinator at Project Independence and the coach of the Tiger boys’ tennis team.
“This was a delightful event for parents, Project Independence participants and the boys’ varsity tennis team,” Schoen said.
The tournament featured two tiers, one for MUHS seniors who had to leave early for the annual graduating senior Lake Dunmore raft race. Jesse Rubin prevailed among the team’s three seniors, according to Schoen, in a tournament postponed from a cold and rainy Tuesday. Rubin defeated Sam Daly in a tiebreaker.
The overall winner of the Project Independence Cup was junior Spencer Doran, who edged sophomore Oliver Poduschnick in a third-set tiebreaker. Also competing/volunteering to entertain the crowd were sophomores Abel Anderson, Aiden Cole and Andy Giorgio.

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