Young ladies’ TENNIS NOTEBOOK: Several procures All-State acknowledgment

Young ladies' TENNIS NOTEBOOK: Several procures All-State acknowledgment

Eleven region young ladies as of late procured All-State acknowledgment from the Indiana High School Tennis Coaches Association.

Floyd Central sophomore Millie Meunier was a second-group All-State choice in singles. Meunier went 16-3 during the customary season while playing No. 1 singles for the Highlanders. In the postseason, she helped lead Floyd to sectional and provincial titles prior to losing to Jasper in the semistate.

New Albany senior Layne Burke and sophomore Lily Meyer, who played No. 1 copies for the Bulldogs, likewise collected second-group All-State acknowledgment. Burke and Meyer won sectional and provincial titles prior to losing in the state quarterfinals to get done with a 24-2 record.

In the interim, Charlestown senior Skylar Cochran, Floyd Central rookie Libby Banet, New Albany sophomore Claire Meyer and Providence senior Emma Kaelin were All-State fair notice choices in singles.

Jeffersonville’s Evelyn Minton and Loran Halstead, just as Providence’s Ally Gray and Reese Carver, earned All-State respectable notice in copies.

Every one of the 11 of those young ladies were additionally named to the IHSTeCA’s District 8 group.

Burke and Minton likewise procured Academic All-State acknowledgment from IHSTeCA, alongside Minton’s partners Lydia Kittrell and Joselen Lopez.

In the mean time, New Albany and Providence were Academic All-State Team champs.


Jeffersonville’s Evelyn Minton returns a shot this previous season for the Red Devils. She and her copies accomplice, Loran Halstead, were named All-State fair notice by the Indiana High School Tennis Coaches Association.

Josh Cook | News and Tribune



Singles: Ashlie Wilson and Kathryn Wilson (Columbus North); Millie Meunier and Libby Banet (Floyd Central); Heidi Kane (East Central); Claire Meyer (New Albany); Emma Kaelin (Providence); Teresa Wanstrath and Mimi Wilder (Oldenburg Academy); Brooke Schafstall (Seymour); Reagan Brown (Jennings County); Skylar Cochran (Charlestown).

Copies: Jaline Tay-Tiffany Fu (Columbus North); Layne Burke-Lily Meyer (New Albany); Emma Back-Evelyn Storms (Oldenburg Academy); Ally Gray-Reese Carver (Providence); Evelyn Minton-Loran Halstead (Jeffersonville); Mallory Moore-Avery Ragon (Seymour).

Mentor of the Year: Kendal Hammel (Columbus North).


Meunier and Banet were likewise named first-group All-Hoosier Hills Conference in quite a while, alongside Claire Meyer.

Burke and Lily Meyer likewise acquired that acknowledgment in pairs.

Kittrell and her partner, Addie Rose Scott, earned good notice in singles, as did New Albany’s Natalie Saydera.

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