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The Oklahoman's All-City boys tennis first team

by Scott Wright Published: June 10, 2014

Blake Crawford, Mount St. Mary

Class: Junior

The story: Capped an impressive season by blazing through the Class 4A No. 1 singles bracket to earn the first state tennis title in Rockets history.

Player of the Year

David Hager, Sr., Edmond North

Class: Senior

The story: Regarded as one of the state’s best players throughout his career, Hager capped it with his fourth state title, this one at No. 1 singles.

Nick Harvey-Funches, Heritage Hall

Class: Junior

The story: Also a talented doubles player, Harvey-Funches was among the best No. 1 singles players in the metro, finishing third in Class 5A.

Bryan Lilley, Edmond North

Class: Senior

The story: Regarded as one of the state’s best doubles players, Lilley finished his career with four doubles state titles, pairing up with Brayden Rucker to win this year’s title.

Miller Zeiders, Heritage Hall

Class: Freshman

The story: Lost only one match at No. 2 singles all season, finishing off a thrilling freshman campaign with a 30-1 record and a 5A state title.

Read Streller, Fr., Oklahoma Christian

Class: Freshman

The story: Another exciting rookie on the high school scene, Streller ended the season strong, finishing runner-up in No. 1 singles at the 5A state tournament.

Coach of the Year

Brian Bogert, Heritage Hall

The story: Found the right mix among his experienced players and new faces to put together a Class 5A state championship team. All of his players finished in third place or better at state to defeat high-powered Cascia Hall.

by Scott Wright
A lifelong resident of the Oklahoma City metro area, Scott Wright has been on The Oklahoman staff since 2005, covering a little bit of everything on the state's sports scene. He has been a beat writer for football and basketball at Oklahoma and...
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