Leading 8-4 after two rounds of the Division I-A state girls tennis final on Friday, Faith Lutheran appeared to finally be cruising to its first state title.
RENO — No matter what route they take, the Palo Verde and Coronado boys tennis teams always seem to end up in the same place.
Liberty’s Dylan Ihmels and Palo Verde’s Kristen Newell earned the final singles spots in this week’s Division I state tennis tournament by winning play-in matches at Darling Tennis Center on Tuesday.
Follow the link for the schedule and results (when available) of the 2014 state tennis tournaments.
Annie Walker’s freshman season at Palo Verde was full of close calls.
Ryland McDermott caught more than a few people by surprise when he won the Sunrise Region boys singles tournament last year.
Averiana Mitchell never expected her first high school tennis season to be a smashing success.
Follow the link for the schedule and results (when available) for the boys singles and doubles region tennis tournaments in Southern Nevada.
Coronado boys tennis coach Luther Bohanan predicated his winning strategy Friday on keeping Ryland McDermott away from Liberty No. 1 singles player Dylan Ihmels in the first round of their Sunrise Region title match.
Clarence Chun still remembers the days when he struggled to field a full boys tennis team at Clark.
Skylar Davidson went 3-0 in singles, and Joe Connors and Ian Dobberstein went 3-0 in doubles Wednesday to lead Bishop Gorman’s boys tennis team to a 15-3 win at Centennial in a Sunset Region semifinal.
Megan Lopez went 3-0 in singles Tuesday, and Silverado’s girls tennis team won four of six tiebreaker games to nip visiting Foothill in a Sunrise Region quarterfinal.
Nevin Ly, Ashton Arizmendez and Alec Kline each went 3-0 in singles Monday to lead Arbor View’s boys tennis team to a 13-5 win over visiting Legacy in a Sunset Region quarterfinal.
Liberty’s boys tennis team raised more than a few eyebrows and caused plenty of jaw drops last year when it advanced to the Sunrise Region final.