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Today's Results s -;1( -o~ Boys T.enms. e'"¡ e-"t"t Madeira 4, Mariemonll J. Hart (Mar) d. Reckman 7-6, 6-3; Strohmaier d. Alsfelder 6-1, 6-2; Morande d. Nichols 6-0, 6-2; Schuler-Amini d. Oonovan-Gunn ¡ 6-2, 6-3; Arkfeld-BiankenshiP d. Kavecansky-S. Hart 7-6, 6-4. Records: Mad 11-3 (4-1 CHL), Mar 9-7 (3-3).

Summit CD 3, Mason 2 Khodosh (M) d. E. Burke 5-7,6-3, 6-2; Butera (M) d. M. Burke 1-6, 6-4, 6-2; Cooper (S) d. Shaefer

6-4, 7-5; Keck-Aibi (S) d. Geiger-Bene 6-1, 6-Q; Petrie-Steele (S) d. Fasolj-Ahlers 7-6 (7-1), 6-4. Records: M Hl, S 14-2.

St. Xavier "A" 3, Sycamore ''Gold" 2 Koetter(Sy) d. Sehgal6-2, 6-4; Webeler(SX) d. Newman 6-2,. 7-5; Mehan (SX) d. Rodgers 6-1, 6-1; Kanter-Volkov (Sy) d. lngle-Maatman 6-3, 6-1; Hutcherson-Ramaswamy (SX) d. Arenstein-Beery 3-6, 6-2, 7-5. Records: Sy 13-2, SX 19-1.

HiHsboro 4, Batavia 1 Reeves (H) d. Ball 6-2, 6-1; Slater (H) d. Porter 6-3, 4-6, 6-1; Faris (B) d. Shull 6-0, 6-3; Juillerat-Keams (H) d. Davis-Oberschlake 6-2, 6-1; Alexander-Sharp (H) d. Frey-Tyo 5-7, 6-3, 6-2. Records: H 13-4 (9-0 SBC); B 10-3 (7-2).

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Moeller 3, Loveland 2 Taka nan (M) d. DeVoe 6-2, 6-Q; Telintelo (l) d. Kieser 6-2, 6-1; Shuemaker(M) d. Bhatia 6-2, 6-3; Stuckey-Connelley (M) d. Thorvaldsen-Jones 6-2, 6-2; Humbel-lwai (l) d. R1an-Kwiecinski 6-2, 6-3.

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HIGH SCHOOLS Boys. tennis STATE TOURNAMENT DIVISION I Singles Semifinals Tony Teufel, so., Princeton def. David Rozek, jr., Chardon 6-2, 6-3; Eric Thonias, sr., Walnut HDis def. Dominic Ozanne, sr.. Cle. St lgnatlus 6-4,

6-3. Final: Thomas def. TeufeiG-3, 6-L , Third Place: Rozek def. Ozanne 7-.6 (7-5), 1-6, 6-2. • Doubles Semifinals James O'Connell, jr.-Mike O'Connell, so., Tol. St Francis def. Michael Nickoli, sr.·Atsushi Matsui, sr., Westerville N. 6-1, 6-2; Matt Metully, sr.-Willof· gren, sr., Princeton def. Travis Curran, sr....Srian Rager, sr., Uma Shawnee 6-2, 7-6 (8-6). Final: O'Connell-O'Connell def. Metully·Lof·

gren 4-6, 6-4;6-2. Third Place: Curran"Rager def. Nickoli-Matsul .6-2, 6-1. DIVISION II Singles Semifinals Brian Compton, jr., Indian HOI def. Michael Beatty, so., CIICA 6-7 (3-7), 6-1. 6-4; Mike McCarthy, jr., Indian Hill def. Porus Jetli, sr., Hunting Valley University School 5-7, 7-6 (7-5), 6-2. Final: Compton def. McCarthy 6-0, 6-3. Third Place: Jetli def. Beatty 7-5,5-7, 6-2. Doubles Semifinals ·Brian Meek, sr.-Oonald Person, sr., Youngs. Ursuline def. Britt Jamison, jr.-Wade Ward, jr~ Indian Hlll6-2, 6-1. . Kortney Keith,.jr.-Vivek Venkataraman, sr., Gahanna Cols. Academy def. Kyle Jones, jr. -Chris Jones, jr., Canton Cent Cath. 6-4, 6-2. Final: Keith-Venkataraman def. Meek-Person

6-3, 6-4. ' ' . . lbird Place: Jones-Jones def. Jamison-Ward 6-2, 6-4.


¡HIGH SCHOOLS Tennis Oak HHis 4, Loveland 1 Brannon (0) d. DeVoe 6-2,6-1; Telintelo (l) d. Haney 6-2, 6-4; Fiscus (0) d. Bahatia 6-1, 6-3; Turman-Wiggermann (0) d. Thorualdsen-Jones 6-2, 6-4; Lubbers-Simes (0) d. lwai-Humble 2-6, 6-3, 6-4. Records: 0 6-1, L 5-2. Mariemont 4, Amelia 1 Hart (M) d. Dobson 6-0, 6-0; Alsfelder (M) d. west6-3, 4-6, 6-1; Nichols (M) d. Williams 6-2, 6-1; Long-jaehnen (A) d. Gunn-Donovan 6-1, 6-1; Govert-Adams (M) d. Crawford-Gabbard 6-3, 6-3. Records: M 2-3. • Moeller 3, Wjomlng 2 Stuckey(M) d. Quinn 6-2, 6-2; Pol~es (M) d. Mieczkowski 6-4, 6-0; Elklis (W) d. Miller 7-6, 6-2; Kiser-Connelly(M) d. Gallher-Kulick 6-3, 7-5; ~~-~;.-!>~~(-~) il. Lakanen-Moeller 6-2, 7-6, 7-4.


High school tennis

Walnut Hills' Thomas goes for. singles title Area players seek sweep of crowns in Divisions I, II By Dave Schutte Enquirer contributor

Walnut Hills' Eric Thomas leads one of the strongest contingents in years from Cincinnati, with eight singles players and six doubles teams looking to claim state tennis championships in Divisions I and II at Ohio State today and Saturday. Thomas, a senior, won the 2001

Division I state doubles championship with Jonathon Khoury. Now, he's hoping to join Tony Trabert as a singles champion for the school. Cincinnati could sweep the Division I and Division II singles and doubles championships. Thomas is favored in Division I singles, while Princeton's Matt Metully and Wil Lofgren should make a strong run in doubles. Tony Teufel, the district runnerup to Thomas, along with Jim Brannon (Oak Hills) and St Xavier's Neil Sehgal also will battle for the Division I singles championship. The Division II singles tournament features Mike McCarthy, an

Indian Hill junior who finished second last year to Jeremy Miller from Sandusky St. Mary Central Catholic. McCarthy also lost to Miller two years ago in the semifinals. Miller and McCarthy drew into opposite brackets and wouldn't play until Saturday's championship. · McCarthy's teammate and friend, junior Brian Compton, the 2002 state doubles champion with his brother, Mike, could play Miller in a second-round match. · "You can't count Brian out," Indian Hill coach Chris Hemingway said. "I think he can make the final

four." Also in the upper bracket with Miller are Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy sophomore Michael Beatty, Rajiv Gupta (Wellington School) and William Ellison (University School). In Division II doubles, the Indian Hill junior duo of Britt Jamison and Wade Ward plan to make a strong run for the championship. None of last year's top four teams will return. Action begins at 9 a.m. today, with the quarterfinals scheduled for an hour after the first round is completed. The semifinals are scheduled for 9 a.m. Saturday, fol-

lowed by the third-place and cham: pionship matches.

State team semifinals Princeton (Division I) and Indi~ an Hill (Division II) will compete in the state team semifinals and championship matches Sunday, al• so at Ohio State. In the 9 a.m. semifinals, Prince:ton meets Cleveland St. Ignatius, while Indian Hill goes against University School from Huntington Valley. · ,, The championship matches will be played an hour after the conclu· sion of the semifinals.


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His team featured the Division I state singles and doubles runners-up a·nd doubles quarterfinalist, and also won the Division I state team championship.

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The junior won the state championship with an upset win over teammate Mike McCarthy. ·He won a state doubles title as a sophomore.

The junior was Division II state runnerup after winning sectional and district titles, and he led Indian Hill to the state team title with a clinching victory.

He coached the state singles champion and runner-up, his top doubles team finished fourth at state, and his players won the state team championship.

The senior won the Division I state title with a 6-3, 6-1 victory over Princeton's Tony Teufel. He finished third in the state singles as a junior and won a Division I doubles title as a sophomore.

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The senior was one of four state singles quarterfinalists from Cincinnati. Herepeats as first team all-area, having won a Division I state doubles title last season.

The junior was a state quarterfinalist, becoming the first Oak Hills player to reach the state tournament in singles since 1979.

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The sophomore was state ; and district runner-up to champion Eric Thomas. He also helped top-ranked Princeton win the Division I state team tennis title.

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The junior teamed with Andy Caress to win a sectional championship and finish as state quarterfinalist. He also lielped Princeton win the Division I team state title.

The sophomore finished fourth at the state tournament, including two consecutive wins of 6-0, 6-0 in his first two matches at state.

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The junior paired with Britt Jamison to finish fourth in the Division II state doubles tournament, after winning the district. He was also part of Indian Hill's state title team.

The senior teamed with Craig Burton to reach the Division II state tournament, after finishing as a district and sectional semifinalist.

The junior teamed with Ben Tepper-. berg to reach the Division II state tournament, after finishing as a district and sectional semifinalist.'

Honorable mention DIV 1: Kings- John Ailare, Doug Matthews; Oak Hills- Jeff Haney, Justin Fiscus; St. Xavier- Kris Mehan, Vivek Ramaswamy, Evan Webeler, Cory Ingle, Jeremy Maatman; Springboro- Brad Groleski; Sycamore- Sandy Berry, Lance Koetter, Kevin Newman, Jason Arenstein; Turpin- Andrew MacDonald, Grant D'Augustine; Wilmington- Eric Guindon, Brad Guindon. · DIY II: Blanchester -'Kurt Ballinger, Luke Roy; Fenwick- Dan Hackett; Uttle Miami -Nick Berta; Monroe- Victor Hayes, Aaron Crist; New Richmond Michael Welliver, Brad Mikula; Summit Country Day -Tim Keck, Luke Albi; Wyoming- Brian Quinn, Steve Mieczkowski.

Coming Tuesday In Tuesday's Enquirer, look for our special two,page salute to this year's Ohio high school champions.


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said. "We'll see how it fe~ls tomorrow and if it feels well then I imagine they'll make a decision." AT THE TABLE: The Reds have begun negotiations. with first-round dr~ pick Ryan Wagner. The pitcher's season ended when the University of Houston lost to Rice 5-2 in Game 3 of the NCAA Super Regional. Reds national cross checker Jim-

sive game and met with Wagner and his family afterward. . "With the cpmbination of Jim Bowden and myself working with the family I believe we'll get this done sooner rather than .later," said Leland Maddox, assistant genera.! manager/director of scouting. Wagner, who was selected 14th overall, was impressive in two relief appearances against Rice. He did

the side today.. ODDS AND ENDS: Tuesday marked the 59th anniversary of radio announcer Joe Nuxhall's majorleague debut with the Reds as a 15year-old.First-base coach Jose Cardena! did not attend Tuesday's game because his wife, Diane, became a United States citizen in a ceremony in Chicago. Bench coach Ray Knight took his place.

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The Reds' Austin Keams (right) gets a high-five from on-deck batter Aaron Boone after hitting a fourth-inning home run off Tampa Bay Devil Rays pitcher Jason Standridge .Tuesday in St. Petersburg, Fla. Boone followed by homering in his at-bat.

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Eric Thomas started his Division I semifinal match over Dominic Ozanne outside, then moved indoors and won 6-4, 6-3. Thomas, of Walnut Hills, w:>n the Dl title, beating Princeton's Tony Teufel.

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Thomas, Uompton.-put Cincy stamp on· singles Duo sweep Dl, II titles; Princeton _doubles runner-up By Dave Schutte Enquirer contributor

REYNOLDSBURG - Cincinnati singles players swept the Division 'I and Division II boys tennis titles Saturday, as Walnut Hills senior Eric Thomas and Indian Hill junior Brian Compton posted straight-set victories in their championship matches. Cincinnati schools failed to secure a tournament sweep, however, losing in the final of the Division I doubles tournament, and the semifinals of Division II. ' In Division I doubles, Princeton seniors Matt Metully and Wil Lofgren fell in the final to Toledo St Francis' James O'Connell and Mike O'Connell 6-4, 4-6, 2-6. In Division II doubles, Indian Hill's BrittJamisonandWade Ward · fell in the semifinals to Youngstown Ursuline's Brian Meek and Donald Person 6-2, 6-1. But it was a great day for area sin~ gles pliiyers. Thomas beat Princeton's Tony Teufel 6-3, 6-1 to add the singles crown to the doubles title he won two years ago. "I felt great and won some tough points," Thomas said after the match. 'There was so much pressure all year because everybody expected me to win." Thomas showed his mental . toughness Saturday in. a semifinal victory· over Cleveland St Ignatius' · . Dominic Ozanne, · Thomas was enjoying a 3-1lead when rain forced the match to move indoors. After a 25-minute drive, Thomas resumed the match and won 6-4, 6-3. And when he put away a smash down the line for the winner in the championship match against Teufel, Thomas ran and hugged coach Cathy Peter before accepting congratulations from Teufel. "I won this for the school," Thomas said while holding up the trophy. • Teufel, who beat Chardon's David Rozek 6-2, 6-3 in the semifinals, was gracious in defeat "Eric got to a lot of balls other players wouldn't have reached," Teufel said. "I played Eric in the district, but today he played at a lot higher level." After finishing third in the district tournament, Compton wasn't a pre-tournament Division II favorite, but he made his mark Saturday, beating teammate Mike McCarthy 6-0, 6-3. When the match was over, Compton and McCarthy sat silently on chairs about 15 feet apart with towels draped over lowere.d heads. "Mike's my best friend and. I know he wanted to win badly," said

Special to the Enquirer/TERRY GILLIAM

Princeton's Wll Lofgren (right) retums a shot as teammate Matt Metully watches Saturday. The duo lost in three sets (6-4, 4-6, 2-6) to Toledo St. Francis in the state final.

Special to the Enquirer/TERRY GILLIAM

Indian Hill's Mike McCarthy hits a backhand Saturday during his Division II semifinal win over University School's Porus Jetli. McCarthy lost in the state final to teammate Brian Compton.

Compton, who roomed with McCarthy in Columbus. "I played smart all week and hit the ball well. Mike didn't seem to have it in the first set" Both players survived semifinal thrillers· to gain the championship match. . Compton beat Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy sophomore Michael Beatty 6-7 (3-7), 6-1 6-4. McCarthy beat University School's PorusJetli 5-7, 7-6 (7-5), 6-2. Jetli beat Beatty for third place 7-5, 5-7, 6-2. "Brian made me play his game the second and third.sets," Beatty said. Metully made no excuses for

Princeton's second-place finish in Division I doubles after losing· to Toledo St Francis. "We ·played well in the first set but started missing shots in the second and third," Metully said. 'They played inuch better in the second . and third sets and made some outstanding shots." The Princeton team gained the finals after beating Lima Shawnee 6-2,7-6 (8-6) in the semifinals. Iri Division II, Jamison and Ward lost the third-place match to Canton Central Catholic 2-6, 4-6. Princeton and Indian Hill will play for the Division I and II team championships today at Ohio State University beginning at 9 a.m.

Moeller High School 2002-03 Tennis Articles  
Moeller High School 2002-03 Tennis Articles