Hundreds of student-athletes competed for state championships across Middle States during the high school tennis season.
Both New Jersey and Pennsylvania play boys’ tennis in the spring and girls’ tennis in the fall. 217 more words
The 2015 Leaf-Chronicle All-Area Tennis Team.
Kalena Boykin, Kenwood: A junior, Boykin was Kenwood’s No. 1 singles player with a 6-1 district record. She was the singles district tournament runner-up and the second player to advance to region in the program’s history. 492 more words
SHELBURNE – In no less than 45 minutes, Champlain Valley’s Kathy Joseph seized victory at No. 1 singles.
The state’s best high school girls tennis player spent the rest of Thursday’s Division I final cheering on teammates and walking around snapping photos. 997 more words
FLUSHING – When Mamaroneck’s Crawford brothers got their first match-point during their state championship final match against Cold Spring Harbor’s Sean Mullins and Patrick Hannity, they uncharacteristically were unable to finish it off. 511 more words
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — If you watch Jessie Aney, the biggest difference you will see is the clothing she wears.
“She hits as hard as the guys are out there. 299 more words
Name: Charlotte Tucci
School: Rye High School
Sport: Girls lacrosse
Athletic accomplishment: Tucci scored her 200th career goal becoming the first in Rye school history to do so. 747 more words