Honoring longtime local area tennis player and coach Dick Walther, the Summit and New Providence Tennis Associations recently competed for the eighth annual Walther Cup, a friendly tournament featuring a total of 33 matches involving singles, doubles and mixed doubles. Walther co-founded both tennis groups, which organize activities on the public courts for players of all levels.

New Providence came out on top in this year's competiton, which was held on June 8 at Summit's Memorial Park.

Walther, now nearly 97 years old, still enjoys net sports -- playing ping pong while living with family in the Kansas City area.

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