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Goshen's Danny Boussom sweeps to singles, doubles titles in tennis

Danny Boussom, 16, goes 10-0 over three days and does not give up a set.

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Posted on May 28, 2014 at 6:22 p.m.

OKEMOS, Mich. — Danny Boussom of Goshen captured a pair of U.S. Tennis Association titles in the Midwest Level 3 Memorial Day Weekend Tournament.

Boussom won both singles and doubles crowns in the boys 16s.

In singles, the top-seeded Boussom defeated No. 2-seeded Ian Landwher of Daleville, Ind., 6-3, 6-2 in the championship of a draw featuring 64 players. Boussom, 16, won each of his other five matches in straight sets, too, allowing as many as four games in a set just once.

In doubles, Boussom teamed with Landwehr to take top honors among 26 entries. The duo defeated Jack Martin-Dyer and Marc Sable 8-3 in the final.

Boussom played six singles matches and four doubles matches over three days, going 10-0.




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