GLEN ROSE – The Brownwood Lions and Lady Lions captured the Glen Rose tennis tournament championship, generating 22 points Thursday thanks to two championships, four runner-up finishes and a third-place effort. Host and runner-up Glen Rose finished with 15 points.

Brownwood's day was highlighted by the girls doubles draw, where Kaylee Renfroe and Aaliyah Uvalle defeated teammates Kaytlin Welch and Samantha Ethridge in the final.

Renfroe and Uvalle started with a bye then beat Payne and Whitefield of Glen Rose, 8-1; defeated Parades and Scott of Lake Worth, 8-2; and knocked off Welch and Ethridge, 8-5 in final.

Welch and Ethridge started with a win over Self and Gonzales of Grandview, 8-0; defeated Henrickson and Smith of Stephenville; and upended Mena and Hawkins of Glen Rose, 8-5, to reach final.

Mckinzie Adkins added the girls singles championship to Brownwood's haul. After an opening bye, Adkins beat Alejandra Uribe of Lake Worth, 8-0; toppled Bailey Kammerer of Stephenville, 8-4; and downed Natalie Lacy of Glen Rose, 8-2, to win championship

Also in girls singles action, Hannah Netherland beat Dudley of Dublin, 8-4, then lost to Emily Hahn of Grandview, 8-1.

In boys singles competition, Mo Goff reached the finals before falling to Harrison Hawkins of Glen Rose, 8-2. Goff began with a bye then defeated Lisso of Dublin, 8-1; and Dylan Jones of Stephenville, 8-2.

James Bautista came in third in boys singles for the Lions as he upended Olivera of Dublin, 8-2; defeated Ryan Dunham of Stephenville, 8-4; lost to Hawkins, 8-0; then defeated Jones, 8-2.

Brownwood added another runner-up effort in mixed doubles where Gabe Hinojosa and Piper Barberie started with a bye, then beat Darden and Fierro of Lake Worth, 8-0; and Marquez and Morantes of Dublin; before falling to Smith and Bryan of Glen Rose, 8-6, in the final.

The other mixed doubles pairing of Oscar Ledezma and Lillian Jonescue beat Gooding and Tassione of Stephenville, 8-4; but then lost to Smith and Bryan of Glen Rose.

In boys doubles, Cameron Smith and Tanner Scull also reached the finals. After a bye, the duo defeated Castaneda and Carter of Eastland; and Mendoza and Dodson of Stephenville, 8-3; then lost to Torres and Flores of Dublin, 8-5.

Also in boys doubles play, Alex Smith and Clark Delatorre lost to Naftal and Naftal of Lake Worth, 8-4; and lost to Masella and Jentsch of Grandview, 8-6.

The point scale for the tournament was as follows:

• 4 for first in singles or doubles

• 3 for second in singles or doubles

• 2 for third in singles or doubles

• 1 point for winning consolation in singles or doubles

• 2 points for first in mixed doubles

• 1.5 points for second in mixed doubles

• 1 point for third in mixed doubles

• 0.5 points for consolation title in mixed doubles