Lynchburg - The 54th-annual Central Virginia Invitational Tennis Tournament began its five-day run Wednesday at Oakwood in Lynchburg. Oakwood pro Mark Vines, in white, battled former Virginia Tech standout and number 9 seed Patrick Daciek. Vines had some nice points in the match, but Daciek took control, winning the first set 6-1 and adding the second 6-1 for the match. Most of the top seeds see their first action Thursday morning and afternoon.
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