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News-Leader announces ALL-USA Ozarks girls tennis team

Fourteen local players have been selected to the 2015 American Family Insurance ALL-USA Ozarks girls tennis team.

Three all-state singles players headline a group devised to recognize the very best in girls golf based on performance, leadership and character. 217 more words


HS Roundup: Horseheads girls fall in state tennis

Horseheads senior singles player Meredith Braiman lost in straight sets in the round of 16, and the Blue Raiders doubles team of Tatum Benesh and Rachel Stermer were eliminated in the consolation round of eight Saturday at the New York State Tennis Championships in Latham. 162 more words


Ursuline doubles duo and Sydney Kaplan finish as runner-ups at states

Ursuline’s doubles team of Laina Campos and Vanessa Ciano accomplished a lot this year.

After the freshman duo already had accomplished a huge goal in winning the… 452 more words


Ursuline's Laina Campos and Vanessa Ciano advance to quarterfinals

The Section 1 tennis team started off Saturday’s day one of the NYSPHSAA touranment well with teams advancing to Sunday’s quarterfinals/semifinals matches at the Tri-City Tennis Center in Latham. 133 more words


Gable named to USTA Coaching All-Star Team

Debra Gable doesn’t coach for the accolades. But when it comes to her work at Dallastown High School, she certainly deserves them.

Gable was recently named to the 2015 USTA No-Cut Coach All-Star Team, which recognizes 12 exceptional middle- and high-school coaches throughout the nation who implement a “no-cut” policy which welcomes all interested students to be a part of their school’s tennis team. 466 more words


Xavier Prep star, Palm Desert doubles team nab DVL wins

It was a good night for former Desert Valley League singles champions on Tuesday at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden.

Defending champion Tiani Jadulang of Xavier Prep validated her post as the DVL’s best, topping Palm Desert’s Claudia Stepien 6-3, 6-3 to win the singles title. 730 more words


Fisher shows sportsmanship, perspective on the court

All year, Tess Fisher had her eyes on the NJSIAA/New Balance Girls Tennis Singles Championship. So when she lost to Stephanie Schrage in two sets, it would have been easy to show her disappointment. 245 more words