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Welcome to the Boys' & Girls' Tennis Page

Sport Committee Chairmen

                    Boys' Tennis                                  Girls' Tennis

                    Jim Solomon                                 John Reisert   


Purchase photos of the 2023
CHSCA All-State Teams

Congrats to the 2023
Tennis All-State Teams!

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   The 2022 CHSCA Boys' and Girls' Tennis All-State Banquet

                          Photography By Shannon Matthewson, Staff Photographer (NFP Sports)

2022 CHSCA Boys' Tennis All-State Athletes

Girls Tennis Doubles

2022 CHSCA Girls' Tennis Singles All-State Athletes

Girls Tennis Singles

2022 CHSCA Girls' Tennis Doubles All-State Athletes


Congratulations to our 2022 All State Athletes!

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2022 Girls Tennis CIAC Report

Class Tournament Results

Class LL  Champion: Darien                          Class LL Finalist: Amity

Class L Champion: Guilford                          Class L Finalist: Newington

Class M Champion: Stonington                   Class M Finalist: Daniel Hand

Class S Champion: Old Lyme                       Class S Finalist: Westbrook


Invitational Results

Singles Champion: Lauren Zhang, Darien

Singles Finalist: Kiley Pickens, Amity

Doubles Champions: Gabby Price/ Ellie Price, Ludlowe

Doubles Finalists: Grace Althoff/ Ava DeCastro, Darien


Player of the Year: Lauren Zhang, Darien


               The 2022 CIAC Girls Tennis Tournament successfully completed the team and invitational tournaments.  The finals of the Boys and Girls team tournaments took place at Wesleyan, which were then followed by the Invitational tournament at Wesleyan.  The team tournament was a continuation of the previous tournament format with the exception being that the Finals were held at Wesleyan with the Boys. 

               The Invitational tournament, which was first introduced last year due to Covid restrictions, was doubled in size.  We were able to invite 48 singles players and 24 doubles teams.  This format worked well and kept the tournament well organized and on schedule.  Players were enthusiastic about the opportunity to play and the level of play was outstanding. 

               Wesleyan has 16 courts and has been very accommodating to the State Tournaments.  The only glitch this year was a lack clean restrooms and trash cans. 

               Scheduling for next year should try to avoid the Saturday after Memorial Day Weekend due to the SAT’s and prom conflicts.  This was used as the rain date for the team finals and required significant juggling of matches and even resulted in on final being played on Sunday. 

The successful completion of the tournaments would not be possible without the help from the Girls Tennis Committee members, tournament directors, Gregg Simon (CIAC liaison) and the Boys TD, Jim Solomon.  Thanks also to the City of Middletown and Wesleyan University for hosting the tournaments.

John Reisert

Tournament Director  

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