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38 x May 3 — 16, 2018 x The United States Tennis Association will hold the second annual USTA All-American College Combine for American Juniors at the USTA National Campus at Lake Nona. The expanded, level-based singles tournament will take place June 18-21. The Combine began last year as a venue for American juniors to showcase their skills to collegiate coaches on a national stage, and 120 high school-aged prospects performed in front of coaches from nearly 40 programs across the country. It will once again feature fitness and agility testing, off-the-court programing, and a singles “shootout” tournament that will award its boys’ and girls’ champion a main draw wild card into a future USTA Pro Circuit $15,000 event. American prospective student-athletes who are USTA members with high school graduation years from 2018-21 are eligible to participate. Registration is $349. For more information or to register, visit tournaments/1488. SOUTHWEST SPORTS compiled by Lauren Salinero Tennis players participate in the first Easter social tennis gathering in Sandlake Point. As they ride up to 175 miles on the Bike MS: Citrus Tour on May 5 and May 6, more than 800 cyclists are expected to raise more than $600,000 for people living with multiple sclerosis. The cyclists will depart from Fantasy of Flight in Polk City and conclude at the Omni Get Glam Package $ 95 PACKAGE INCLUDES Updo & Full Face Makeup *Offer terms and conditions may vary by location. Updo dry style. Offer valid through 5/31/18

Orlando Resort at Championsgate, and they will make the return trip May 6. The course features several route and distance options through the natural beauty of Central Florida’s citrus groves and ancient forests. Last year, participants raised more than $61.5 million, and the ride has raised more than $1.3 billion since its inception. Bike MS: The Citrus Tour is one of nearly 80 rides across the country held by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. For more information, visit The West Orange High School women’s volleyball team won the 9A State Championship and were presented with a tribute from x May 3 — 16, 2018 x 39 the Florida House of Representatives. The two-time state champions and undefeated team members and coaches received their championship rings and tribute prior to one of the school’s baseball games. Jeff Weltman, president of Orlando Magic’s basketball operations, made an announcement that Frank Vogel was dismissed The third annual Pastor David Stephens 5K Run/Walk will take place May 5. The race begins in front of First Baptist Church Windermere’s parking lot. The course will be half on asphalt, half on dirt roads, and participants are asked to arrive at 7:30 a.m. as the race will begin promptly at 8 a.m. For more information or to register, visit West Orange High School women’s volleyball team members and coaches display their championship rings, as well as a tribute presented by Sterling Pointe resident and Rep. Robert “Bobby” Olszewski. CONTINUED ON PAGE 40 Named a “Best Summer Camp” by Orlando Magazine LAKE CYPRESS SUMMER CAMP at Windermere Prep • For Children in Grades Kindergarten through Six • 9 AM to 3 PM (Extended Day Available) • A Variety of Activities including: Crafts, Field Games, Swimming, Sports, Dance, Cooking, Martial Arts, Drum Circle, and more! • Weekly Themes for Each Session: June 4 – August 3 • On-Campus Field Trips Weekly • Academic and Fine Arts Half-Day Mini-Camps • Discounts for Siblings and Entire Summer Early Enrollment For information, call 407.905.7737 (option 8), email:, or visit Register Online Now!