close

Girls Tennis

Avon Tennis Wins Third Consecutive Conference Crown

Avon girls tennis won its third Southwestern Conference Tournament Championship over the weekend and locked up the conference title by finishing 7-0 in the regular season.

Avon’s Ishani Kishorepuria and Julianne Hindman defeated Avon Lake’s Mackenzie Anspaugh and Ava Keller in the decisive match to give the Eagles the title.

Tournament Winners
1st Singles – Denver Johnson (Avon)
2nd Singles – Autumn Korey (Avon Lake)
3rd Singles – Kayla Meier (Avon Lake)
1st Doubles – Natalie Miller/Sofia Marino (Avon)
2nd Doubles – Ishani Kishorepuria/Julianne Hindman (Avon)

Team Scores
1. Avon – 38
2. Avon Lake – 37
3. Midview – 28
4. Olmsted Falls – 23
5. Elyria – 19
6. Amherst Steele – 17
7. Berea-Midpark – 11
8. North Ridgeville – 7

read more

Avon Lake Garners SWC Weekly Tennis Honor

SWC

Following tennis matches on September 13th – September 19th the girls tennis athlete of the week for the Southwestern Conference was announced this afternoon. Below is this week’s honoree:

Female Tennis Athlete of the Week
Kayla Meier (Sr)
Avon Lake
The senior third singles player took gold last week at the Southwestern Conference Championship.

Other Notable Performances

Amilia Tomak (Jr), Avon
Tomak was 4-1 on the week with wins over Mayfield and Medina.  The junior took second place at the SWC Championship in 2nd singles.

 

read more

Avon Garners SWC Weekly Tennis Honor

SWC

Following tennis matches on September 6th – September 12th the girls tennis athlete of the week for the Southwestern Conference was announced this afternoon. Below is this week’s honoree:

Female Tennis Athlete of the Week
Natalie Miller (Sr) / Sofia Marino (Sr)
Avon
The first doubles duo went undefeated on the week and finished the SWC regular season 7-0.

 

read more

North Ridgeville Garners SWC Weekly Tennis Honor

SWC

Following tennis matches on August 30th – September 5th the girls tennis athlete of the week for the Southwestern Conference was announced this afternoon. Below is this week’s honoree:

Female Tennis Athlete of the Week
Bella Dienes (Fr) / Emily Sewell (Fr)
North Ridgeville
North Ridgeville’s second doubles team of Dienes and Sewell made some noise at the Lorain County Athletic Administrators Association Tournament last week.  The freshman duo finished fourth overall.

 

 

read more

Avon Garners SWC Weekly Tennis Honor

SWC

Following tennis matches on August 22nd – August 29th the girls tennis athlete of the week for the Southwestern Conference was announced this afternoon. Below is this week’s honoree:

Female Tennis Athlete of the Week
Julia Kacenjar (Jr)
Avon
The third singles player for the Eagles went 4-0 on the week including a win playing at first doubles for Avon.

Other Notable Performances

Bridget Moran (Sr) /Paige Moraco (Sr), Midview
It was another 3-0 week for the duo of Moran and Moraco, who currently are undefeated as a doubles team this season.

 

read more

Avon Lake Garners SWC Weekly Tennis Honor

SWC

Following tennis matches on August 16th – August 21st the girls tennis athlete of the week for the Southwestern Conference was announced this afternoon. Below is this week’s honoree:

Female Tennis Athlete of the Week
Autumn Korey (Fr)
Avon Lake
Freshman Autumn Korey is off to a hot start for the Shoregals, beginning the year 6-0, and finishing last week 3-0.  In her three victories last week, Korey only lost four total games.

Other Notable Performances

Denver Johnson (So), Avon
Avon’s sophomore has started this fall 6-0, with key wins over Avon Lake, Kenston and Westlake.  The Eagles are currently undefeated in the conference and 4-2 overall.

Faith Howell (Sr) / Priscilla Yard (Sr), Elyria
Beginning their first season in the SWC, Howell and Yard are already turning heads.  The senior duo finished last week 3-0, including two wins over North Ridgeville and Olmsted Falls.

Bridget Moran (Sr) /Paige Moraco (Sr), Midview
Midview’s first doubles team of Moran and Moraco finished the week 3-0 against SWC opponents with wins over Amherst, Avon Lake and Berea-Midpark.

 

read more

2020 Girls Tennis All-Southwestern Conference Honors

SWC

The Southwestern Conference announced the 2020 girls tennis individual award winners and All-Southwestern Conference teams, as selected by the conference coaches. Avon’s Denver Johnson was named Most Valuable Player of the Year.  Avon’s Eric Korey was named this year’s Coach of the Year.

2020 Girls Tennis All-Southwestern Conference Honors

Most Valuable Player
Denver Johnson – Avon

Coach of the Year
Eric Korey – Avon

First Team All-Southwestern Conference
1st Singles – Denver Johnson – Avon
2nd Singles – Hannah LeMaster – Avon
3rd Singles – Amelia Tomak – Avon
1st Doubles – Marta Koziy, Alyssa McLellon – Avon
2nd Doubles – Lauren Duperow, Olivia Sidoti – Avon

Second Team All-Southwestern Conference
1st Singles – Morgan Truscott – Olmsted Falls
2nd Singles – Madison Shami – Westlake
3rd Singles – Gabby Pietromica – Avon Lake
1st Doubles – Elisabeth Lendal, Leah Mangano – Avon Lake
2nd Doubles – Leigha St George, Annabelle Ryu – Avon Lake

Honorable Mention All-Southwestern Conference
Amherst Steele

Brooke Bratovich, Kaylee Pajor

Avon Lake
Brooke Mangano, Kayla Meier

Berea-Midpark
Ava Delgado, Hayley Svec

Midview
Lydia Szuhay, Gabby Yates

North Olmsted
Megan Benjamin, Autumn Mellino

North Ridgeville
Liv O’Reilly, Kaylee Queen

Olmsted Falls
Emma Barnard, Ellie Goetz

Westlake
Neige DeAngelis, Mackenzie Stokes

read more

Avon Wins Back to Back SWC Girls Tennis Titles

The Avon Eagles were a perfect 8-0 in the SWC regular season and went on to take first place at every position in the SWC conference tournament.  Avon earned first-team all SWC at every position this season:
1st Singles: Denver Johnson 1st team
2nd Singles: Hanna LeMaster 1st team
3rd Singles: Amelia Tomak 1st team
1st Doubles: Alyssa McLellon/Marta Koziy 1st team
2nd Doubles: Lauren DuPerow/Olivia Sidoti 1st team.
read more

2019 Girls Tennis All-Southwestern Conference Honors

SWC

The Southwestern Conference announced the 2019 girls tennis individual award winners and All-Southwestern Conference teams, as selected by the conference coaches. North Olmsted’s Otilia Oita was named Most Valuable Player of the Year.  Avon Lake’s Jessica Browne was named this year’s Coach of the Year.

2019 Girls Tennis All-Southwestern Conference Honors

Most Valuable Player
Otilia Oita – North Olmsted

Coach of the Year
Jessica Browne – Avon Lake

First Team All-Southwestern Conference
1st Singles – Otilia Oita – North Olmsted
2nd Singles – Brooke Mangano – Avon Lake
3rd Singles – Katie LeHoty – Avon
1st Doubles – Marta Koziy, Alyssa McLellon – Avon
2nd Doubles – Leah Mangano, Kayla Meier – Avon Lake

Second Team All-Southwestern Conference
1st Singles – Hanna LeMaster – Avon
2nd Singles – Dina Mavrakis – Avon
3rd Singles – Morgan Truscott – Olmsted Falls
1st Doubles – Jade Josie, Elisabeth Lendal – Avon Lake
2nd Doubles – Lauren DuPerow, Hannah Hapanowicz – Avon

Honorable Mention All-Southwestern Conference
Amherst Steele

Alexis Hamrlik, Addie Tellier

Avon Lake
Bianca Henline, Leigha St. George

Berea-Midpark
Lily Henry, Abby Lash

Lakewood
Chloe Derethik, Larissa Goncalves

Midview
Jessie Jones, Kiersten Yates

North Olmsted
Sydney Bates, Autumn Mellino

North Ridgeville
Dominique Conklin, Hailey MacGregor

Olmsted Falls
Gabby Gosciewski, Ally Leither

Westlake
Nicole Pica, Bella Zanotti

 

read more

Avon and Avon Lake Share 2019 SWC Girls Tennis Title

2019 SWC Girls Varsity Tennis Tournament Results

With two first place finishes and three second place finishes, Avon won the 2019 Southwestern Conference Girls Tennis Tournament Championship on Saturday afternoon at Avon Lake High School.

Avon slipped past Avon Lake 47-44 in the Tournament but will share the 2019 Conference Title with the Shoregals after Avon Lake won the regular season.

In doubles play, Avon’s Alyssa McLellon and Marta Koziy defeated Avon Lake’s Jade Josie and Elisabeth Lendal in First Doubles,  while Avon Lake’s Kayla Meier and Leah Mangano topped Avon’s DuPerow and Hapanowicz.

Picking up a Singles win for Avon was Katie LeHoty. LeHoty secured a win over Morgan Truscott from Olmsted Falls at No. 3 Singles.  North Olmsted senior Otilia Oita defeated Avon’s Hannah LeMaster in 1st Singles, while Brooke Mangano from Avon Lake won in 2nd Singles over Avon’s Dina Mavrakis.

read more