Cascia 'commands' the court again...
By Robert Przybylo
I apologize to Class 4A on the boys side as the length of a couple of finals in both 6A and 5A didn’t allow me to watch one final from 4A.
Cascia Hall is a beast, ’nuff said. Chase Tomlins earned his third state championship, this time at No. 1 singles.
And while Cascia did what I expected (winning three of the four titles and earning its eighth straight title), where did Metro Christian come from?
The Patriots were on fire this last weekend. I didn’t get to see freshman Mitchel Knight, but anyone who can go 34-3 and beat Cascia in a championship is definitely someone to be on the lookout for in the future.
Heritage Hall coach Dick Villaflor knew his team was at least a year away, but he has to be happy with their effort.
Can’t stress it enough. Four freshmen and two sophomores may have made this one of Villaflor’s best (and trying) coaching jobs yet as the Chargers placed third.
I like No. 1 singles Luke Howard’s game for Heritage Hall. Give him time, he’ll be fine. Can only get better with all the tennis knowledge at Heritage.
Also, Elizabeth Clower and her OCS Saints continue to be contenders, placing fourth. OCS will lose two seniors but in vital spots. Will be interesting to see if Saints can come of age in the future.
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