Six grueling sets of tennis in the sun Saturday took their toll on McKay Novak.
Her mixed bag of shots took their toll on anyone who tried to keep the Centennial senior from a state title.
One week after a heartbreaking loss in the Division I-A Southern Region final, Abbigail Klein got revenge in a rematch on Saturday.
Coronado’s Sam Grant watched two chances to secure the Division I boys tennis team state title slip off his racket.
He wasn’t about to let a third one get away.
On a roster overflowing with freshmen and sophomores, Anjali Daulat more than stands out.
Gordon Hammond couldn’t have hoped for a better start to his Thursday morning.
The Bishop Gorman girls tennis coach probably would have taken a split of his team’s first six matches with Coronado in the Division I state tournament.
Palo Verde teams earned the final doubles berths in the Division I state tennis individual tournaments Tuesday.
Bishop Gorman’s boys haven’t been to the state tennis tournament since 2003.
Not even a group that calls itself the Magnificent Seven could stop the Gaels on Monday.
Bishop Gorman junior Chelsea Crovetti found herself in serious jeopardy of losing the first set of her Sunset Region girls singles final Saturday.
Ryland McDermott wasn’t the popular pick to win the Sunrise Region boys singles tournament.
The Coronado sophomore wasn’t even the top-seeded player from his own team.
The underdog role, though, suited McDermott perfectly.
Hunched over and leaning on her racket for support, Madison Foley looked like anything but a champion early in the second set Saturday.
One point in the first round of a high school tennis match might not seem like all that much.
Palo Verde’s girls tennis team was tired of narrow losses in the Sunset Region final.
Three years of frustration came out in Saturday’s opening round.
The Meadows girls tennis coach Frideric Prandecki figured to have a difficult time replacing four talented seniors from last year’s state championship squad.