CL tennis player to compete in national championships

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Bo Linton, the year-end number one player in Southern California in Men’s 3.5 singles, will compete in the USTA League National Championships Apr. 6 through Apr. 8. Photo provided y Bo Linton.

Canyon Laker Bo Linton will represent Southern California and Canyon Lake in the USTA League National Championships Apr. 6 through Apr. 8. He will be competing against other top-ranked players from other states. Bo was invited to participate in USTA League National Championships because he was the year-end number one player in Southern California in Men’s 3.5 singles.

Tennis isn’t Bo’s only talent. He is currently starring in Sangre Negra, an Amazon Prime television series starring Eric Roberts and Erik Estrada. He plays Los Angeles Assistant District Attorney Ryan Cadehey.

Bo’s television and movie acting career began when he moved to California in 1995 and appeared on JAG as Staff Sergeant Palmers. He also appeared in nine episodes on General Hospital as Dr. Richard Dosky.

In 2013, Bo showed his comedic side in the films Ghost Goggles and Mobster Kids.

He played the lead roll in Quarantine L.A., a science fiction horror film about seven strangers who try to survive and escape from isolated Los Angeles that has been infected by a strand, human-changing virus, and in the physiological thriller 79th Patient, also known as Seventy-Nine. He plays a reoccurring role as a Los Angeles police detective on Intrigue, a crime drama series soon to be released on USArmenia.

Bo moved from Redondo Beach to Canyon Lake in August 2009. He is married and has two children. He became active in the Tennis Club three years ago.

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  • Melinda Morse

    Bo can play tennis??? Probably as good ads he ran KGET all the while stealing money from unsuspecting people. What a friggin’ crook he is, you people should be ashamed to associate with him. Just google Bo Linto and Roger Pawson and you will see.