The Las Vegas Review-Journal's 2015 All-State Boys Tennis team.
The start of the winter season for high school sports has begun. But at the Review-Journal, we're not done with fall sports season.
Final Southern Nevada boys and girls coaches polls, as compiled by the Southern Nevada Tennis Coaches Association.
Coronado seniors Sam Grant and Ryland McDermott could have been contenders for the state singles tennis title this year. But the best friends couldn't stand the possibility of ruining each other's dream of being a champion.
Christian Ong and Akshay Daulat had no idea three years ago that they would end up being a part of something special.
Bishop Gorman sophomore Aaron Bailey didn't want to know the score at any point during his team's state championship match against Palo Verde on Friday.
Clark ran its winning streak to 64 consecutive matches and advanced to its fourth straight Division I-A state final by routing South Tahoe 15-3 in a semifinal at the Darling Tennis Center on Thursday.
Palo Verde's girls tennis team hadn't had its starting lineup intact in more than two weeks. It didn't stop the Panthers from advancing to the Division I state tournament.
STATE TENNIS DRAWS
Bishop Gorman's Aaron Bailey breezed to a 6-0, 6-0 win over Coronado's Kyle Harris on Wednesday at the Darling Tennis Center to earn the final boys singles spot in the Division I state tournament.
Brandon Sulzberg came up short in his quest for region and state boys doubles titles when he teamed with Conor Safbom last year.
Tiffany Theophil skipped her first three years of high school tennis.
Palo Verde's girls tennis team will have a chance to defend its Division I state title after winning a play-in match Tuesday for the final state tournament berth.
Clark's Marcus Pasimio and Christian Ong were on different sides of the net in last year's Division I-A Southern Region boys doubles final.