He didn’t end his first season as an undefeated state tennis champion, but it’s hard not to be impressed with the play of Glendale’s Reid Jarvis. 852 more words
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Fort Defiance’s Whitney Kiser took another step to a state singles tournament berth Saturday with a victory in the first round of the Region 3A West tournament. 104 more words
Just a freshman, Glendale’s Reid Jarvis is two victories away from a state tennis championship.
Jarvis won two matches Friday at Cooper Tennis Complex to advance to the Class 2 semifinals at the 88th Missouri State High School Activities Association Boys Tennis Championships. 766 more words
NEWARK – As her coach might say, Grace Shiau persisted.
The Charter School of Wilmington junior, already playing in her third DIAA girls tennis first singles state final, finally broke through with a 6-4, 6-2 victory over Archmere sophomore Grace Dignazio at the University of Delaware courts on Thursday. 1,091 more words
NEWARK – Tied at 15-all in the deciding game of the second set of the DIAA Boys’ Tennis tournament, Archmere freshman Robby Ward double-faulted, giving Milford’s Colt Williamson, who had been playing from behind the entire match, a look back into it. 1,177 more words
Jason Nayar wanted to face the best opponents available.
He gets his wish this weekend at the Missouri State High School Activities Association Boys Tennis State Championship tournament. 582 more words