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Seen on Scene: At the Pickleball Tournament

Dian Spencer prepares to return the ball during the tournament.

Ro Keller prepares to return a serve during the Mix-Up/Fix-Up Pickleball Tournament on March 23.

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Winners from Group A of the Mix-Up/Fix-Up Pickleball Tournament, from left, Kathy Herrick in first place with 105 points, Marguerite Bonde in second place with 97 points and Patti Chess in third place with 77 points.

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Winners of Group B from The Mix-Up/Fix-Up Pickleball Tournament, were, from left, Rani Ragoo in third place with 87 points, Dian Spencer in first place with 105 points and Simonne Purdy in second place with 93 points.

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Roger Hall, director of Boulder City Park and Recreation Department, left, congratulates winners from the Mix-Up/Fix-Up Pickleball tournament fundraiser, from second left, Duane Weed, third place with 86 points; Bryan Shoup, first place with 96 points; and Grant Leslie, second place with 93 points. At far right is Isaac Johnson, tournament director.

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Roger Hall, Boulder City Park and Recreation Department director, left, congratulates he point leaders from the second day of the Mix-Up/Pick-Up Pickeball tournament fundraiser, from second left, Isaac Johnson, third place with 85 points; Rick Johnson, first place with 93 points; Lou Boisvert, tied for second place with 92 points; and Mario Najera, tied for second place with 92 points. At far right is Duane Weed, league commissioner.

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The Mix-Up/Fix-Up Pickleball Tournament kicked off with the women’s doubles 50-plus competition on March 23 at the Boulder City Recreation Department. Participants included, first row, from left, Marguerite Bonde, Laurie Skywalker and Daphne DiSanto. Second row, from left, Minette Curnutt, Dian Spencer, Patti Chess, Melissa Bustamante, Glenna Parkinson, Kauana Jackson, Rani Ragoo, Ro Keller and John Sloane. Third row, from left, Kathy Herrick, Simonne Purdy, Linda Profaizer and Duane Weed.

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