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WELCOME TO

DecoTurf is very pleased to once again sponsor the DecoTurf High School Tennis Team Championships hosted in Louisville, KY.

On behalf of the DecoTurf High School Tennis Team Championships staff, welcome to Louisville, Kentucky for what will once again be two fantastic weekends of tennis. We are proud to host this event for the eighth year.

Those of you who have participated in this event know the history that has helped this tournament grow into one of the most prestigious high school tennis events in the country. DecoTurf has been honored to be a part of the growth in this event over the last three years.

We are proud of the reputation that this event has earned as one of the most prestigious high school tennis events in the country. This event wouldn’t be possible without the support of our volunteers, staff and sponsors and our host city Louisville, which has been a fantastic host for the past seven years. We are especially thankful to our title sponsor DecoTurf and presenting sponsor Subway whose support makes this event possible.

As a major sponsor of tennis throughout the world, DecoTurf is especially proud to take part in this event, due to the high caliber of play exhibited by the great programs that participate in this event. The level of competition makes this one of our favorite tennis events to be a part of.

As the tournament director I strive to continue to host the highest quality high school tennis programs in the country. The competition seen during the DecoTurf High School Tennis Team Championships has continued to grow each year, and we know that the spectators and participants alike will be thrilled by the excitement sure to come during the course of the next two weekends.

We look forward to continuing our sponsorship of this event in the future, and continuing to be a part of the growth of this event.

So, welcome - whether your experience is on the courts or in the stands, we trust that your time here will be memorable. Should you have any comments or questions, please let us know so that we can improve for future years.

Most Sincerely,

On behalf of the members of DecoTurf and its staff, welcome to Louisville and the DecoTurf High School Tennis Team Championships and good luck to all the teams competing in this prestigious event.

John Graham Managing Director DecoTurf

Enjoy! Brandon Feusner Tournament Director

TABLE OF CONTENTS Welcome Letter Tournament Preview Tournament Sites 2014 College Committments Girls A Division Participants Girls A Division Bracket Boys A Division Participants Boys A Division Bracket Boys B Division Participants

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Boys B Division Brackets Winningest Programs & Most Appearences Top Place Winners & State Champions Division I Signees & All-Americans Boys All-Tournament Teams Girls All-Tournament Teams Past Participants Tournament Rules

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Photographs courtesy of: Megan Stearman Photography, Ryan Kendall Photography, Chris Hall Photography and Sweet Spot Photos.

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TOURNAMENT PREVIEW For the eighth year some of the top high school tennis teams in the country have traveled to Louisville, Kentucky for the eighth annual DecoTurf High School Tennis Team Championships presented by Subway. We are honored to call E.P. Sawyer State Park and Top Gun Academy the host sites for the tournament for the fourth straight year. Thirteen of the 37 teams participating in the this year’s event are defending team state champions. In 2014 teams from Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, and West Virginia will compete for the prestigious DecoTurf High School Tennis Team Championship. In the girls tournament Baylor enters the event on a tournament record 11-match winning streak looking to win their fourth straight tournament championships. The Red Raiders, led by three-time tournament MVP Samantha Caswell, have never lost a match in the DecoTurf High School Tennis Team Championships. Top competitors for the girls title include Walton High School, defending Georgia Class 6A State Champion, led by four-star recruits Jessica Cramer and Suzanne Zenoni. Girls Preparatory School, the 2011 & 2012 tournament runner-up returns to the event led by senior Michelle Fleenor. A trio of Florida schools including Pine Crest, Ransom Everglades and Barron Collier, defending Florida Class AAA State Champion will also look to compete for the tournament title. Kentucky’s top two ranked junior players Meredith Laskey and Madeline Rolph lead a field of outstanding players that also includes two-time All-Tournament Team selection Harper Caswell, Cornell commit Allegra Hanlon, Virginia signee Cassie Mercer, Kaeli Smashey, and Stephanie Taylor. The Boys A Division features the tournament champions from the last four years in Hinsdale Central (2013), New Trier (2011 & 2012) and Saint Xavier (2010) as well as back-to-back tournament runner-up Barron Collier. Defending tournament and Illinois State Champion Hinsdale Central returns to the event featuring top junior recruits Eddie Grabill, Martin Joyce and Michael Lorenzini. New Trier returns to the tournament for the first time since their back-to-back titles led by Stanford commit Tom Fawcett and DePaul commit Alex Galoustian. Two-time tournament finalist Barron Collier returns behind junior Alan Sweet. Top competitors for the boys title also include Kentucky State Champion Saint Xavier led by junior Brandon Lancaster, Missouri Class A State Champion MICDS led by sophomore Joseph McAllister, North Carolina Class 3A State Champion Cardinal Gibbons led by senior Robert Kelly and Spartanburg with freshman Spencer Brown and Chambers Easterling. Other top players include Scott Bickel, Matt Galush, Matt Ghering, Ninan Kumar, Thomas Loaiza, Agie Moreno, and Lorenzo Rollhauser. The Boys B Division features Oklahoma Class 6A 3rd Place finisher Edmond Memorial, West Virginia Class AAA State Champion George Washington led by Furman commit Ryan Massinople and Mount Saint Joesph, MIAA A Division Champion, led by Villanova commit Matt Phelps. Kentucky’s Trinity and South Oldham will look to become the first Kentucky team to ever win the Boys B Division. Top players also include Kentucky commit Gus Benson, Jordan Pitts and Hunter Tubert.,

2013 Girls A Division Champion Baylor

2013 Boys A Division Champion Hinsdale Central 3


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E.P. Sawyer State Park

3000 Freys Hill Road | Louisville, KY 40241 The 12-court facility is located at E.P. Sawyer State Park among 562-acres on the outskirts of Louisville. The park is home to some of the finest indoor and outdoor recreation facilities in Kentucky including a BMX bike track, an Olympic-sized pool, and picnic areas. The park has hosted numerous NCAA National Championship events.

Top Gun Academy

1800 Elite Blvd. | Louisville, KY 40223 The 13-court all-sports facility is located on the outskirts of Louisville. The newly constructed Academy features an 18,000 sq. ft. indoor turf field with a clubhouse, locker rooms, and sports performance center. Top Gun Academy is home to numerous USTA Sanctioned Tournaments and hosted the 2012 NCAA Division II Tennis National Championships.

Saint Xavier High School

1609 Poplar Level Road | Louisville, KY 40217 The 6-court Brown Tennis Center, which opened in spring of 2005, is located on the campus of Saint Xavier High School and features 6 lighted courts with bleacher seating sset alongside a beautiful rock facade. The tennis center has hosted KHSAA Regional, CSAA, and USTA tournaments.

Central Park

1340 S 4th Street | Louisville, KY 40208 Located in the picturesque Old Louisville neighborhood the newly renovated Justice William E. McAnulty, Jr. Tennis Center features 6 lighted courts boarding the 16 acre park. The facility has been called “one of the best in Louisville.”

Bass-Rudd Tennis Center

350 E Warnock St | Louisville, KY 40208

The 14-court facility is home to the University of Louisville Men’s and Women’s Tennis Program. The facility features 8 outdoor courts (6 lighted) and 6 indoor courts. The facility was the 1995 USTA College Facility of the Year and the Kentucky Tennis Association Facility of the Year in 1995 and 2010.

CLASS OF 2014 COLLEGIATE COMMITTMENTS Army Julian Mok (Sayre)

DePaul Alex Galoustian (New Trier)

Sewanee Chris Cooper (Baylor)

Chattanoga Samantha Caswell (Baylor)

Furman Ryan Massinople (George Washington)

Southern Illinois Michael Raymond (Barron Collier)

Christopher Newport Kate Huck (Huntington)

Kentucky Gus Benson (Model Lab)

Stanford Tom Fawcett (New Trier)

Coastal Georgia Arthur Viallaneix (Winter Park)

Navy Claudia Mackenzie (Everglades)

Valparaiso Chase Hamilton (Hinsdale Central)

Columbia Lindsey Mendelson (Everglades)

North Carolina Robert Kelly (Cardinal Gibbons)

Villanova Matt Phelps (Mount St Joeseph)

Cornell Allegra Hanlon (Everglades)

Pomona Marko Mandic (Baylor)

Virginia Cassie Mercer (Huntington)

Creighton Alex Koca (Rockhurst)

Saint Lawrence Emily Wyman (Barron Collier)

Wasington and Lee Michelle Fleenor (GPS)

Davidson Jack Riazzi (RJ Reynolds)

Saint Louis Brandon Harris (Edwardsville) John Nogalski (Rockhurst)

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GIRLS A DIVISION PARTICIPANTS PRESENTED BY

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ASSUMPTION Louisville, KY

Lauren Buller Victoria Cameron Katherine Eschels Lindsey Gocke Kendel Hieatt Morgan Hubbs Alyssa Kleine-Kracht Molly Livingston Carolyn Morris Kelly Morris Emma Noe Hallie Pennington Haley Smith

BARRON COLLIER

BAYLOR

Naples, FL

Chattanooga, TN

Hannah Belsinger | JR Hannah Etten | SR Claudia Lenart | SR Laura Morgan | SR Ivy Morrison | SO Lillian Price | SR Kaeli Smashey | SO Emily Wyman | SR

Allison Anderson | Lauren Carelli | 8th Harper Caswell | SR Samantha Caswell | SR Maggie Crumbliss | SR Drew Hawkins | FR Ashton Jenne | FR Hannah Kleban | SO Lilly Mooney | 8th McCall Morgan | SR Christine Palisoc | JR Grace Petty | SR Stephanie Romanchik | SO Olivia Stanford | 8th

Head Coach Nancy Geiman

Head Coach Gary Plock

GPS

Chattanooga, TN

Maddox Bandy | 8th Michelle Fleenor | SR Virginia Hammond | SR Maggie Hill | 8th Jennie McBrayer | JR Danielle Simms | SR Analisa Stratienko | JR Jenna Thorstenson | SO Head Coach Sue Bartlett ASSISTANT COACH Meg Bandy

DUNCAN Duncan, OK

Alex Bowers | JR Paityn Bower | SO Jordan Clausson | SO Sydney Henricks | SR Carly Kirkland | JR Aubrey Mouser | SR Mackenzie Rains | FR Head Coach Phil Barnes ASSISTANT COACH Mike Lewis Robert Cowan

Head Coach Dustin Kane

HIGHLANDS

HUNTINGTON

Fort Thomas, KY

Huntington, WV

Lauren Auteri | SO Alexis Begnoche | JR Caroline Christian | SR Abby Herman | SR Lexi Herman | SO Sarah Hoffmann | SO Meredith Laskey | JR Lacey Pohlman | SO Rachel Zimmerman | FR Rylee Zimmerman | 6th Head Coach Kristin Laskey ASSISTANT COACH Jade Riffe Jay Zimmerman 7

NOTRE DAME PREP Scottsdale, AZ

Maddie Clark | SR Kate Huck | SR Cassie Mercer | SR Nicole Oliashirazi | FR Ava Ratcliff | FR Leah Simon | SR Morgan Staker | SO Rachele Subik | JR

Kylie Bafus | JR Sydney Bettis | SO Alexa Cooke | FR Sarah Eversman | SR Alyssa Heid | SO Lexi Lehman | FR Lauren Loven | SO Caitlin Railson | SR

Head Coach Joanie Poole

Head Coach Shelley Dinges


GIRLS A DIVISION PARTICIPANTS PRESENTED BY

PINE CREST Fort Lauderdale, FL

Ines de Bracamonte | JR Carly Feldman | FR Kaely Malik | JR Amanda Rabin | FR Dani Shecter | SO Demi Snyder | 7th Katarina Stevanovich | JR Stephanie Taylor | FR Head Coach Brett Kurtz ASSISTANT COACH Farhan Malik

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RANSOM EVERGLADES Miami, FL

WALTON

Lexington, KY

Heather Boehm | SO Vivien Fernandez | SO Allegra Hanlon | SR Daniella Lopez | JR Claudia Mackenzie | SR Lindsey Mendelson | SR Marina Pataro | SO

Isabel Green | SO Grace Headley | 8th Allison Harris | 8th Molly Manella | SR Julian Mok | SR Madeline Rolph | JR Head Coach Carlos Melgar

Head Coach Pete Lehmann

ASSISTANT COACH Tony Gambrell Charles Matthews

ASSISTANT COACH Andres Barbosa

Marietta, GA

Erica Bauer | SR Jessica Cramer | JR Anne Gaskins | SR Emily Gaskins | FR Grace Gaskins | FR Sophia Guldberg | JR Johanna Keeline | JR Bella Kuse | JR Sheena Mookerji | JR Kristen O’brien | JR Katie Riley | SR Hailey Tant | SR Suzanne Zenoni | JR Head Coach Christy Lewis

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BOYS A DIVISION PARTICIPANTS PRESENTED BY

BARRON COLLIER Naples, FL

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BAYLOR

BLESSED TRINITY

Chattanooga, TN

Alan Sweet | JR Doug Small | SR Mike Raymond | SR Paul Johnson | SR Seth Loerzel | SO Philip McCabe | JR Philippe Ni単o | FR Ryan Pinosky | JR Bjorn Rosenquist | SO Tyler Twente | FR Alejandro Vargas | SR

Stewie Austin Chris Cooper Gordon Elrod Jack Gray Alec Kadrie Cooper Long Marko Mandic Ethan Palisoc Barrett Schock Shams Sohani Chad Woodham

Head Coach Nico Vitale

Head Coach Phillip Johnson

Roswell, GA

Zach Alexis | SO Parker Buchanan | JR Matt Ghering | JR Davis Holman | SO Stefan Ilic | JR Collin Joiner | SR Matt Marin | JR Christian Pierson | JR John Vermillion | JR Kevin Wise | SR Head Coach Tim Weidner

Anthony Partello & Mike Raymond Sr.

Edwardsville, IL

Zach Bryant | SR Kyle Carlson | JR Jack Desse | SR Brandon Harris | SR Jonathan Koons | JR Joe Mezo | JR Logan Ware | SR Erik Weiler | FR Head Coach Dave Lipe ASSISTANT COACH Jamaal Heavens Phil Trapani

Raleigh, NC

Austin Blondell | JR Brody Chapman | FR Jake Cheatham | SO Noah Constantine | JR Kyle Fitzgerald | JR Matt Galush | JR Stephen Gray | SR Robert Kelly | SR Jimmy Mahon | JR Scott Mansueti | SR Jim Mantyh | SO Louie Velasco | JR Kyler Zadell | FR Head Coach Andrew Tuttle

ASSISTANT COACH

EDWARDSVILLE

CARDINAL GIBBONS

HINSDALE CENTRAL Hinsdale, IL

JENKS Jenks, OK

Lope Adelakun | JR Jimmy Bruning | SR Mikey Czlonka | SO Eddie Grabill | JR Chase Hamilton | SR Martin Joyce | JR Michael Lorenzini | JR

Alex Antonides | SR Grant Bond | SR Bennett Hughes | SO Jonny Miller | SR Braden Singleton | JR John Tonielli | SR Mitchell Worley | SR

Head Coach John Naisbitt

Head Coach Ron Acebo

ASSISTANT COACH Scott Radecki

MICDS

Saint Louis, MO

Clay Campbell | SO Rohit Chouhan | FR Joseph McAllister | SO Geoffrey Raclin | SR Tyler Raclin | SO Rex Serituk | SO Constantine Veronikis | JR Head Coach Patrick Huewe ASSISTANT COACH Brad Heinemann

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NEW TRIER Winnetka, IL

Scott Bickel | SO Tom Bickel | SO Scott Drier | JR Tom Fawcett | SR Alex Galoustian | SR Max MacKinnon | JR Wyatt Mayer | SO Corey Schwartz | JR Head Coach Tad Eckert ASSISTANT COACH Jerry Karzen Jack Martin James Wright

SPARTANBURG Spartanburg, SC

Spencer Brown | FR Chambers Easterling | FR Noah Nawabi | SO Bryce Keim | 8th Omar Williams | FR Arpit Rana | FR Phillip Jordan | 7th Head Coach Todd Seagle ASSISTANT COACH Clint Drake

R.J. REYNOLDS

ROCKHURST

Winston-Salem, NC

Will Blackard | SO Bennett Crane | SO John Kretzschmar | SR Carter Lievens | JR Cain Luke | JR Nicholas McDaniel | SR Jack Riazzi | SR Nate Rowell | JR Graham Young | JR Head Coach AJ Highsmith ASSISTANT COACH Johnny Highsmith

Kansas City, MO

Jack Evans | JR Joseph Ibarra | JR Alex Koca | SR Patrick Michaelis | SR Jacob Moore | SR Sinjin Nair | SO John Nogalski | SR Justin Nogalski | SO Joe O’Connor | JR Owen Parra | JR Head Coach Zach Frisch ASSISTANT COACH Patrick Curran

WEBB SCHOOL

Head Coach Jimmy Pitkanen

Louisville, KY

Kamron Akrami | SO Coleman Cox | SR Matt Graft | SO Devin Kelly | SR Brandon Lancaster | JR Nick Quinones | SR Drew Singerman | FR Nick Waldeck | JR Andrew Willett | SR Head Coach Kerry Lancaster ASSISTANT COACH Joe Kroh

WINTER PARK

WIREGRASS RANCH

Seth Bennett | JR Rodrigo Cardenas | JR Hunter Davis | SR Ninan Kumar | JR Jack Henry Reckmeyer | SR Will Smyrk | JR Arthur Viallaneix | SR

Sebastian Castillo-Sanchez | SO Alex Cypriano | SR Alejandro Feliciano | JR Pedro Fernandez De Valle | SO Agie Moreno | SO Keshav Nelavai | SR Foresight Okungbowa | JR

Head Coach Terri Cunningham

Head Coach Dave Wilson

Knoxville, TN

Gabi Dagotto Nathan Feaster Parker Hamilton Rajeev Jadhav Thomas Loaiza Fausto Rollhauser Lorenzo Rollhauser Preston Yoon

SAINT XAVIER

Winter Park, FL

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Wesley Chapel, FL


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BOYS B DIVISION PARTICIPANTS PRESENTED BY

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EDMOND MEMORIAL Edmond, OK

McCann Bell | SR Chase Brill | SO Blake Cherry | JR Preston Choi | SR Anthony Ducote | SO Craig Mays | SO Jacob Plant | JR Head Coach Patrick Plant ASSISTANT COACH Mary Johnson

MODEL LAB Richmond, KY

Blake Benson | SO Gus Benson | SR Alex Blose | SO Jack Frisbie | SR Nate Frisbie | FR Tyler Johnson | 8th Jack Kelly | JR James Logue | SR Cole Wilson | 8th Head Coach Ric Hernandez ASSISTANT COACH Alex Brubaker

ENSWORTH

GEORGE WASHINGTON

Nashville, TN

Charlesoton, WV

Bobby Bethke | SR Oliver Geer | JR Mitchell Krueger | SO Marco Mirnics | SO James Overby | SO Jamen Rollins | FR Geoffrey Stewart | SR Ben Sundock | JR

Anthony Ducote | SO Brent Horswell | SR Nick Koenig | SO Zack Koenig | SR Ryan Massinople | SR Thomas McIntosh | SO Ryan Mullins | SO Hunter White | FR Cooper Zent |FR

Head Coach Greg Chambers

Head Coach Chris Luckett

ASSISTANT COACH John Morris

ASSISTANT COACH Paul White

MOUNT ST JOSEPH Baltimore, MD

Quentin Boustany | JR Will Dawkins | SR Christian Dovel | JR Matt Jackson | JR Pat Maclean | SO Matt Phelps | SR Wade Pines | SO Ben Saia | SO

SOUTH OLDHAM Crestwood, KY

Dawson Bezehertny | SR Dillon Bezehertny | FR Ethan Cowgill | FR Addison Crone | SO Harrison Downs | JR Wesley Downs | SO Mitchell Hobbs | FR Tony Liu | FR Cameron Mount | FR Jordan Pitts | SO Spencer Root | SR Parker Root | SO Clint Tyler | JR Andrew Williams | SR

Head Coach Cris Burlan ASSISTANT COACH Tom Hughes

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Head Coach Wood McGraw

HUNTINGTON Huntington, WV

Thomas Frazier | SR William Frazier | JR Austin Preece | SR Tyler Staker | SR Grant Subik FR Chip Sweeney | FR Joseph Touma | FR Hunter Tubert | JR Head Coach Thomas Cisco ASSISTANT COACH Aaron McGuffin

TRINITY Louisville, KY

Mustafa Gardezi | JR Ethan Halbach | SO Scott Lee | SR Stephen Lionetti | SR John May | SR Tommy McConville | SO Sam Rueff | FR Austin Strause | JR Wes Tolsdorf | SR Head Coach Chris Mather ASSISTANT COACH


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TOURNAMENT HISTORY PRESENTED BY

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BOYS

Winningest Programs

GIRLS

Rank

School

Wins

Rank

School

Wins

1

Saint Xavier (KY)

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Baylor (TN)

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2

Barron Collier (FL)

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Assumption (KY)

9

Greenwood (KY)

8

3

Lone Oak (KY)

8

New Trier (IL)

8

Notre Dame (KY)

8

Baylor (TN)

7

Elizabethtown (KY)

7

Deerfield (IL)

7

Saint Joseph’s (IN)

7

Beacon (NY)

6

7

Girls Preparatory (TN)

6

DuPont Manual (KY)

6

8

Columbus North (IN)

5

Memphis Univ. (TN)

6

Huntington (WV)

5

Montgomery Bell (TN)

6

Jenks (OK)

5

Mount St Joseph (MD)

6

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5

MOST APPEARENCES BOYS

4 - Saint Xavier (KY), Trinity (KY); 3 - Barron Collier (FL), Baylor (TN), Calvary Christian (KY), Deerfield (IL), DuPont Manual (KY), Fairdale (KY), Greenwood (KY), Latin School of Chicago (IL), Montgomery Bell (TN), Mount Saint Joseph (MD), Woodward Academy (GA)

GIRLS 5 - DuPont Manual (KY); 4 - Assumption (KY), Daviess County (KY); 3 - Baylor (TN), Cookeville (TN), Fairdale (KY), Lone Oak (KY), North Oldham (KY), Notre Dame (KY), Sacred Heart (KY)


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TOP PLACE WINNERS YEAR 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008

CHAMPION Hinsdale Central (IL) New Trier (IL) New Trier (IL) Saint Xavier (KY) Greenwood (KY) Greenwood (KY)

BOYS A DIVISION

RUNNER-UP Barron Collier (FL) Barron Collier (FL) Deerfield (IL) Brentwood (TN) Saint Xaiver (OH) Bowling Green (KY)

FOURTH PLACE THIRD PLACE Memphis Univ. School (TN) Montgomery Bell (TN) Saint Xaiver (KY) Pine Crest (FL) Highland Park (IL) Baylor (TN) DuPont Manual (KY) Woodward (GA) Centennial (TN) Corbin (KY) Larue Co. (KY) Highlands (KY)

BOYS B DIVISION YEAR 2013 2012 2011 2010

CHAMPION RUNNER-UP Latin School of Chicago (IL) DuPont Manual (KY) Univ. School Nashville (TN) Saint Xavier (OH) Vestavia Hills (AL) Cardinal Gibbons (NC) Cincinnati Ctry Day (OH) Huntington (WV)

YEAR 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008

CHAMPION Baylor (TN) Baylor (TN) Baylor (TN) St. Joseph’s (IN) Assumption (KY) Henry Clay (KY)

RUNNER-UP Jenks (OK) Girls Prep (TN) Girls Prep (TN) Lone Oak (KY) Daviess Co. (KY) Elizabethtown (KY)

YEAR 2011 2010

CHAMPION Vanderbilt Cath. (LA) Corbin (KY)

RUNNER-UP Charleston Cath. (WV) Jennings Co. (IN)

BOYS 2013 Gulliver Prep -- Florida Barron Collier -- Florida Hinsdale Central -- Illinois Saint Xavier -- Kentucky Jesuit -- Louisiana Mount St Joseph -- Maryland Ocean Springs -- Mississippi Memphis Univ. School -- Tennessee Charleston Catholic -- West Virgina 2012 Barron Collier -- Florida Pine Crest -- Florida Johns Creek -- Georgia Woodward Academy -- Georgia Saint Xavier -- Kentucky Mount St. Joseph -- Maryland Cardinal Gibbons -- North Carolina RJ Reynolds -- North Carolina Edmond North -- Oklahoma Montgomery Bell -- Tennessee Univ. School of Nashville -- Tennessee 2011

THIRD PLACE Covington Catholic (KY) Russell (KY) DuPont Manual (KY) Marion Co. (KY)

GIRLS A DIVISION

THIRD PLACE Gulliver Prep (FL) Blessed Trinity (GA) Reitz Memorial (IN) Lex. Christian (KY) Columbus North (IN) North Oldham (KY)

GIRLS B DIVISION

THIRD PLACE Daviess Co. (KY) North Oldham (KY)

TEAM STATE CHAMPIONS UMS-Wright -- Alabama Vestavia Hills -- Alabama Barron Collier -- Florida New Trier -- Illinois Saint Xavier -- Kentucky Vandebilt Catholic -- Louisiana McDonogh -- Maryland Rock Bridge -- Missouri Cardinal Gibbons -- North Carolina Montgomery Bell -- Tennessee Webb School -- Tennessee Charleston Catholic -- West Virgina 2010 Brentwood -- Tennessee Saint Xavier -- Kentucky Charleston Catholic -- West Virgina 2009 Saint Xavier -- Ohio

GIRLS 2013 Gulliver Prep -- Florida Sacred Heart -- Kentucky 19

FOURTH PLACE Charleston Catholic (WV) Washington (FL) Latin School of Chicago (IL) Pad. Tilghman (KY) FOURTH PLACE Ravenwood (TN) Jenks (OK) Webb School (TN) Collegiate (KY) Male (KY) Manual (KY) FOURTH PLACE Siegel (TN) Western Hills (KY)

Ocean Springs -- Mississippi Jenks -- Oklahoma Baylor -- Tennessee Ravenwood -- Tennessee Webb School -- Tennessee Huntington -- West Virgina 2012 Blessed Trinity -- Georgia Farmington -- New Mexico Baylor -- Tennessee 2011 Assumption -- Kentucky Vandebilt Catholic -- Louisiana Baylor -- Tennessee Ravenwood -- Tennessee Webb School -- Tennessee Charleston Catholic -- West Virgina 2010 Saint Joseph’s -- Indiana Charleston Catholic -- West Virgina


TOURNAMENT HISTORY PRESENTED BY

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DIVISION I SIGNEES ALABAMA Ian Chadwell Sean Donohue ARKANSAS Austin Robles BELMONT Jenna Krakau Abbie Mather BRADLEY Elizabeth Przystawski BUTLER Caroline Hedrick CENTRAL FLORIDA Reece Acree CHATTANOOGA Samantha Caswell * CHICAGO STATE Marnie Perez-Ochoa

DAYTON Andrew Hanley DELAWARE Alex Sweet DEPAUL Alex Galoustian * EASTERN ILLINOIS Robert Skolik

LOUISVILLE Olivia Boesing Alex Gornet Brad Merchant Pally Ray * Caroline Walter * MERCER Anderson Scarpa MIDDLE TENN. STATE Aaron Jumonville

FLORIDA Kourtney Keegan Chase Perez-Blanco *

MONMOUTH Woravin Kumthonkittikul

FLORIDA GULF COAST Dean Tsamas

MOREHEAD STATE Nathan Martin

GARDNER-WEBB Mary Walker Mixon

MURRAY STATE David Hess

GEORGETOWN Jordan Portner

NAVY Alex Gaines Carrie Laskey Walker Sims *

NOTRE DAME Darby Mountford Alaina Roberts

VANDERBILT Maggie Leavell Baker Newman *

OKLAHOMA STATE Mariah Burke Nate Roper

VILLANOVA Allison Kuse Matt Phelps *

PENN Marshall Sharp Blaine Willenborg

VIRGINIA Cassie Mercer * WAKE FOREST Sam Bloom

PRINCETON Ben Quazzo

WESTERN KENTUCKY Brody Freeman Lance Freeman Morgan Freeman Mckinley Mason Kento Okita Yuski Okita Madeline Phillips Bobby Whitmer

RICHMOND Ethan Dunbar SAINT JOSEPH’S Tristan Boustany Kyle Chalmers SAINT LOUIS Madie Cook

WISCONSIN Quinton Vega

SAMFORD Lauren Caballero

CLEVELAND STATE Ben Shklyar

ILLINOIS Aron Hiltzik * Jared Hiltzik

CHARLESTON Matt Daly

IUPUI Rachel Swartwood Akshay Verma

NICHOLLS STATE Emma Pitre

KENTUCKY Brett Johnson Beck Pennington Lyndsey Pickett

NORTH CAROLINA Brett Clark Chad Hoskins Robert Kelly *

STANFORD Roy Lederman Robert Stineman

LOUISIANA STATE Hobie Hotard Abigail Owens

NORTHERN KENTUCKY Pierce Kohls

TEXAS CHRISTIAN Hudson Blake

CORNELL Alex Sidney CREIGHTON Jack Fay DAVIDSON David Hager * Alex Howard * Jack Riazzi *

NEBRASKA Bradford Zitsch

SIU EDWARDSVILLE Michael Raymond *

WOFFORD Andrew Graham Emily Przystawski XAVIER Richard Canelas Brian Carman Jimmy Roebker Rob Torsch

SMU Macie Elliott

YALE Jason Brown Alex Hagermoser Ziqi Wang *

TULSA Chase Gordon

* Class of 2014

NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL ALL-AMERICANS

2013 Hudson Blake Sean Donohue Martin Joyce Aaron Jumonville Kourtney Keegan Robert Kelly Joulia Likhanskaia Cassie Mercer Baker Newman Chase Perez-Blanco Walker Sims Olivia Thaler

2012

Jason Brown Brett Clark Jared Hiltzik Chad Hoskins Kourtney Keegan Roy Lederman Blaine Willenborg Beck Pennington

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2011

Brett Clark Robert Stineman Quinton Vega

2010

Joey Fritz Jimmy Roebker

2009

Ian Chadwell


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ALL TOURNAMENT TEAMS BOYS A DIVISION 2013

MVP: Alex Hagermoser (Hinsdale Central) Singles: Sean Donohue (St. Xavier), Aaron Jumonville (Montgomery Bell), Michael Lorenzini (Hinsdale Central), Toby Ma (Deerfield), Baker Newman (Gulliver Prep), Chase Perez-Blanco (Gulliver Prep), Walker Sims (Memphis University School) and Jorge Vargas (Barron Collier) Doubles: Heneghan & Hagermoser (Hinsdale Central), Lorenzini & Joyce (Hinsdale Central), Karpos & Jumonville (Montgomery Bell) and Perez-Blanco & Newman (Gulliver Prep)

2012

MVP: Jared Hiltzik (New Trier) Singles: Aron Hiltzik (New Trier), Brett Clark (Barron Collier), Roy Lederman (Pine Crest), Alex Gornet (St. Xavier), Anderson Scarpa (Baylor), Christian Waldron (Beacon), Jordan Portner (Mt St. Joseph) and Aaron Jumonville (MBA) Doubles: Hiltzik & Hiltzik (New Trier), Gornet & Donohue (St. Xavier), Clark & Vargas (Barron Collier) and Lilley & Roper (Edmond North)

2011

MVP: Robert Stineman (New Trier) Singles: Jarod Hiltzik (New Trier), Jason Brown (Deerfield), Ben Shklyar (Deerfield), Alex Gornet (Saint Xavier), Quinton Vega (Beacon), Wovarian Kumthonkittikul (New Hanover), Brett Clark (Barron Collier) and Alex Sidney (McDonogh) Doubles: Stineman & Kawashima (New Trier), Shklyar & Ma (Deerfield), Sidney & Bell (McDonogh) and Zak & Brint (Highland Park)

2010

MVP: Alex Gornet (St. Xavier) Singles: Sean Donohue (St. Xavier), Alex Howard (Brentwood), Drake Hernandez (Brentwood), Jason Brown (Deerfield), Toby Ma (Deerfield), Alex Menzel (DuPont Manual), Jeffrey Hirsh (Woodward) Doubles: Coronel & Seiffert (Saint Xavier) and Bartlett & Strong (Manual)

2009

MVP: Ian Chadwell (Centennial) Singles: Pierce Kohls (Calvary Christian), Chris Ardery (Bowling Green), Beck Pennington (Greenwood), Ryan Pitts (South Oldham), Bobby Whitmer (Daviess County), Andrew Howard (Western Hills), Addison Overby (Pad. Tilghman) and Casey Leary (St. Xavier) Doubles: Austin & Minton (Bowling Green) and Freeman & Freeman (Corbin)

2008

MVP: Richard Canelas (Highlands) Singles: Pierce Kohls (Calvary Christian), Chris Ardery (Bowling Green) and Bradley Boiling (Bowling Green) Doubles: Glass & Evans (Bourbon Co.) and Wentworth & Pennington (Greenwood)

BOYS B DIVISION 2013

MVP: Brian Dhingra (Latin School of Chicago) Singles: Mark Cassis (Charleston Catholic), David Hess (DuPont Manual) and Austin Hussey (Covington Catholic) Doubles: Cassis & Standish (Charleston Catholic) and Mayborg & Pitts (South Oldham)

2012

MVP: Michael King (USN) Singles: Reece Acree (Washington), Chase Gordon (Jenks), Matthew Duma (St. Xavier) and Randy Strause (Trinity) Doubles: Acree & Lowery (Washington) and Duma & Santen (St. Xavier)

2011

MVP: Matt Daly (Cardinal Gibbons) Singles: Jeffrey Holcombe (Vestavia Hills), Alex Menzel (DuPont Manual), Ben Quazzo (Latin School) and Emerson Walsh (Trinity) Doubles Holcombe & Wang (Vestavia Hills) and Torsch & Walsh (Trinity)

2010

MVP: Joey Fritz (Cin. Country Day) Singles: Michael Barton (Cin. Cntry Day), Ethan Dunbar (Cloverleaf), Bill Wright (Hunington) and Pierce Kohls (Calvary Christian) Doubles: Spalding & Swencki (Marion Co.) and Rowton & Rowton (Pad. Tilghman)

2013 Tournament MVP Alex Hagermoser

2012 Tournament MVP Jared Hiltzik

2011 Tournament MVP Robert Stineman 21

2010 Tournament MVP Alex Gornet


TOURNAMENT HISTORY PRESENTED BY

PRESENTED BY

ALL TOURNAMENT TEAMS GIRLS A DIVISION 2013

MVP: Samantha Caswell (Baylor) Singles: Harper Caswell (Baylor), Katie Fitt (Ravenwood), McKinleigh Lair (Jenks), Joulia Likhanskaia (Winter Park), Cassie Mercer (Huntington), Josie Rogers (Dobyns Bennett), Liza Southwick (Harpeth Hall) and Olivia Thaler (Gulliver Prep) Doubles: Morgan & H. Caswell (Baylor), Hao & Fitt (Ravenwood), Huck & Mercer (Huntington) and Navarro & Thaler (Gulliver Prep)

2012

MVP: Samantha Caswell (Baylor) Singles: Harper Caswell (Baylor), Michelle Fleenor (GPS), Emma McCallie (GPS), Madie Cook (Notre Dame), McKinleigh Lair (Jenks), Kourtney Keegan (Blessed Trinity), Maggie Leavell (Hutchison) and Abbie Mather (Assumption) Doubles: S.Caswell & Morgan (Baylor), Fleenor & McCallie (GPS), Keegan & Kuse (Blessed Trinity) and Leavell & Orr (Hutchison)

2011

MVP: Samantha Caswell (Baylor) Singles: Olivia Boesing (Floyd Central), Lauren Caballero (Ravenwood), Madie Cook (Notre Dame), Macie Elliot (Reitz Memorial), Bronte Goodhue (GPS), Maggie Leavell (Hutchison), Abigail Owens (Peachtree Ridge) and Allie Smith (Columbus North) Doubles: S. Caswell & Morgan (Baylor), Leavell & Orr (Hutchison), Mills & Owens (Peachtree Ridge) and Caballero & Hao (Ravenwood)

2010

MVP: Alaina Roberts (Saint Joesph’s), Singles: Hanna Newstadt (DuPont Manual), Emily Przystawski (Assumption), Caitlin Burton (Daviess County), Katie Hagan (Lone Oak), Kelsey Hensley (Russell) and Jessica Rink (Saint Joseph’s) Doubles: Beach & Graham (Collegiate), Phillips & Przystawski (Assumption) and Mason & Puckett (Lex. Christian)

2009

MVP: Caroline Hedrick (Columbus North), Singles: Allie Smith (Columbus North), Jenna Sallee (Elizabethtown), Jaclyn Ottis (Greenwood), Irena Malliaras (Daviess Co.), Elizabeth Przystawski (Assumption), Kelly Hollingsworth (Male) and Ciera Pearson (Male) Doubles: Schroering & Craven (Assumption) and Hizny & Burton (Daviess Co.)

2008

MVP: Elise DeCamp (Henry Clay) Singles: Tabitha Collins (Bullitt East), Hanna Newstadt (DuPont Manual) and Abby Belknap (North Oldham), Doubles: Townsend & Wurster (North Oldham) and Maxwell & Youngblood (Elizabethtown)

GIRLS B DIVISION 2011

MVP: Jessica Bourque (Vandebilt Cath.) and Emma Pitre (Vandebilt Cath.) Singles: Sarah Bourgeois (Vandebilt Cath.), Caitlin Burton (Daviess Co.), Claire Hamilton (Charleston Cath.) and Mary Emma Maddox (Charleston Cath.) Doubles: Burton & Moore (Daviess Co.) and Hamilton & Sadd (Charleston Cath.)

2010

MVP: Morgan Freeman (Corbin) Singles: Katie Howard (Western Hills), Sydney Ledington (Corbin), Chandra Taylor (Glasgow), Lauren Renaud (North Oldham), Molly Knight (Jennings County) and Lucy Hearne (Jennings County) Doubles: Whitaker & Crick (Jennings Co.), Hart & Jewel (Corbin) and Peckham & Hahnel (Simon Kenton)

Three-time Tournament MVP Samantha Caswell

2012 All-Tournament Team Harper Caswell

2012 All-Tournament Team Katie Fitt 23

2012 All-Tournament Team Cassie Mercer


TOURNAMENT HISTORY PRESENTED BY

PRESENTED BY

PAST PARTICIPANTS

BOYS GIRLS

NUMBERS BY STATE

BOYS

GIRLS

State

Participants

Top 4

Champs

State

Participants

Top 4

Champs

Alabama

2

1

1

Arizona

1

0

0

Arizona

1

0

0

Florida

2

1

0

California

1

0

0

Georgia

3

1

0

Florida

7

4

0

Indiana

9

4

1

Georgia

4

1

0

Kentucky

70

14

3

Illinois

12

7

4

Louisiana

1

1

1

Kentucky

68

15

3

Mississippi

1

0

0

Louisiana

2

0

0

New Mexico

1

0

0

Maryland

5

0

0

Oklahoma

2

2

0

Missouri

1

0

0

Tennessee

19

8

3

Mississippi

1

0

0

West Virginia

4

1

0

North Carolina

5

1

0

New York

2

0

0

Ohio

5

2

1

Oklahoma

3

0

0

Tennessee

17

5

1

West Virginia

4

2

0

Did You Know That 117 different schools have participated in the DecoTurf High School Tennis Team Championships since they began in 2008. 26


TOURNAMENT RULES PRESENTED BY

PRESENTED BY

This event will be played under USTA rules including “The Code” with the following exceptions: • There will be a 10 minute break following the completition of a players first match of a dual match before the second match will begin. • Team will be guaranteed at least 60 minutes between dual matches. • There will be a 10 minute warm-up prior to the first matches of each dual and a 5 minute warm-up prior to the second matches of each dual . This will be strictly enforced. • The recommended 12 hour rest period will not be enforced during this event. • Coaching will be allowed per the Kentucky High School Athletic Association rules listed below. • The ITA Coaches Code of Conduct displayed below will be enforced by tournament officials. COACHING 1) Coaches designated by the Head Coach and approved by the school principal that have a tournament coaching credential will be allowed to coach between points and any authorized rest period and should not delay play. 2) Schools found to be issuing coaching passes to unqualified personnel will result in the loss of all coaching passes, except for one head coach. 3) The following standards are required for coach communication: A) Only the designated head coach or one assistant coach approved by the school who have been supplied with tournament coaching credentials may talk to the players. Parents may NOT talk to or coach any players during the match. B) Coaches may walk onto or enter the court to coach at the appropriate times. Players shall stay on the court with coaches during this communication. C) Players may NOT leave the enclosure unless on the mandatory 3 minute break before a match tie break is to be played. Exceptions include bathroom breaks and suspension of play due to inclement weather. D) The 90-second period for coaching on a changeover begins immediately following the last game point, not when conversation begins. COACHES’ CODE OF CONDUCT The conduct of coaches before, during, and after any competition must be exemplary. Any deviation from this standard shall result in: — a direct warning from the Official or Referee; — if the coach’s behavior continues following the warning, the Referee or official shall immediately assess a point penalty against his player (on the court where the behavior occurred); if the behavior occurs off court, the point shall be assessed immediately on the higest match in progress; if the behavior occurs between the doubles and singles matches, then the penalties shall be assessed on the singles match once it begins; if the Referee assesses the penalty, there shall be no appeal; if an official assesses the penalty, the coach may appeal to the Referee, whose decision shall be final; — if there are any further behavior problems with the coach, the Referee may bar the coach from continuing to coach for the rest of the event; and — if the coach continues to coach, the Referee may declare a default of all the coach’s players and teams whose matches are still in progress. LINE-UP The line-up sheet for each individual match is to be submitted to the tournament site director at least 15 minutes prior to your scheduled match time. Failure to turn in your lineup prior to your scheduled match time will result in the tournament official instituting penalties for lateness. Your lineup should be submitted in order of strength. A coach may change their lineup during the 10 minute break following the completion of singles or doubles by noti- fying the tournament site director, official and opposing coach. Your lineup shall still remain in order of strength. DUAL MATCH FORMAT All tournament matches will use the following format: Three Doubles followed by Six Singles (3-6 Format) or Six Singles followed by Three Doubles (6-3 Format) The format is three eight game pro set doubles matches with no-ad scoring and a 12 point tie-break (first to 7 by a margin of 2) at eight games all followed by six singles matches consisting of two tie-break sets with no-ad scoring and a 10-point match tiebreak played at one set all. In matches marked with a * on the bracket a 6-3 Format will be used with singles played first. Dual Match Scoring: Team Point format. Team points will be awarded as described below: Each dual match will be worth nine total points. Each singles and doubles match is worth one point. Five or more points are required to win the team match. No point “No-Ad” Scoring Format: First point A No-Ad game is scored as follows with the server’s score being called first: Second point -

“Love” “15” “30”

Third point

-

“40”

Fourth point

-

“Game”

If both players/teams have won three points each, the score is “deuce” and a deciding point shall be played. The receiver(s) shall choose whether to receive the service from the right half or the left half of the court. In doubles, the players of the receiving team cannot change positions to receive this deciding point. The player/team who wins the deciding point wins the “game”. Match-TieBreak Scoring Format: When the score in a match is one set all, in a singles match, one tie-break game shall be played to decide the match. This tie-break game replaces the deciding final set. The player who first wins ten points shall win this match tie-break and the match provided there is a margin of two points over the opponent.

When using the match tie-break to replace the final set: • the original order of service continues. • in doubles, the order of serving and receiving within the team may be altered, as in the beginning of each set. • before the start of the match tie-break there shall be a 120 seconds set break.

Abandoning Matches: All Tournament matches shall be played to completion. Matches will NOT be abandoned once the resultt of the dual match has been determined, unless there are extenuating circumstances, such as inclement weather or when deemed necessary by the tournament committee. An unfinished match will be treated as a retirement by the withdrawing player/team.

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