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2021 Girls secondary school tennis see

2021 Girls high school tennis preview

DOVER

Mentor: Carl Conrad, fifteenth year.

Last season’s record/finish: 15-3.

Returning letter victors: Maisie Dugger, senior; Hannah Graziani, senior; Grace Williams, senior; Jenna Zeigler, senior; Kaleigh McCutcheon, junior.

Top newbies: Josie Pinelli, junior; Taylor Rose, rookie.

Mentor’s remarks: “I have 17 young ladies out this year, yet the more youthful players are exceptionally unpracticed,” said Conrad. “We lost our main three singles players from last year, so it will be difficult to fill those spots. Our five returning letter champs all played copies last year, so we will require a few players to move forward. At the hour of composing this see, I have no clue about who will be singles or duplicates – we will not begin challenge matches until August 2. As usual, we have an intense timetable, and I hope to have numerous cutthroat matches.”

NEW PHILADELPHIA

Mentor: Beth Beranek, third year.

Last season’s record/finish: 14-6.

Returning letter champs: Sophie Troyer, senior; Alexis Mamula, senior.

Top newbies: Ella Wherley, first year recruit; Bailee Roe, rookie.

CLAYMONT

Mentor: Rich Struchen, seventh year.

Last season’s record/finish: 12-6.

Returning letter victors: Emma Lesiecki , senior; Kaylee Willoughby, senior; Brook Davis, junior; Maddison Houston, junior; Emily Luyster, junior; Arianna Terakedis, junior.

Promising rookies: Makayla Kendall, sophomore.

Mentor’s remarks: “a few the best Claymont tennis players from last year’s group, in addition to a season finishing injury to another, the current year’s group should refocus and endeavor to meet the assumptions from last year’s prosperity,” said Struchen. “We will depend on the five returning letters champs from last year to assist with driving the newbies. Having a wide scope of expertise level all through the group we will keep on searching for development each time we take the court both practically speaking and in matches.”

WEST HOLMES

Mentor: Jason Otto, nineteenth year.

Last season’s record/finish: 3-16 (sixth in Ohio Cardinal Conference).

Returning letter victors: Madison Baker, senior, singles; Morgan Heflin, senior, duplicates/singles; Sydney Rolince, sophomore, pairs/singles.

Top newbies: We have around 8-10 new rookies/sophomores coming out to tennis interestingly this year.

Mentor’s remarks: I’m eager to see the numbers getting back to our program,” said Otto. “This will be the greatest young ladies group we’ve had since 2016 when we went 15-3. The young ladies are exceptionally youthful and unpracticed, yet on the off chance that they stay with it, the following not many years could search generally excellent for West Holmes young ladies tennis.”

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