Brandon Wood won the men's single title in the Mission Tennis Club's year end tournament Monday.

Wood wins single’s title after Herar forfeits

The Mission Tennis Club hosted its annual year end tournament over the long weekend

Brandon Wood became the men’s single champion Monday afternoon after Ken Herar retired before the start of the third set at the annual Mission Tennis Club’s year end tournament.

After losing the first set 2-6, Wood came back strong to take the second, 6-4, and ultimately earned the trophy for 2012.

The mixed doubles saw defending champs Mark and Val Gervais retain their title, defeating Craig Sciankowy and Lorraine Berkey, 6-0, 6-0.

On Sunday the women’s single saw a new champion crowned after Val Gervais beat Tanis Sanford, 6-1, 6-4. The men’s double draw team of Mark Gervais and Nick Borzelli defeated Ken Herar and Brandon Wood, 6-4, 6-4. The women’s double has been delayed due to scheduling issues. Results are still unknown.

For more information on the club, call Mark at 604-826-2586.

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