Varsity Tennis Results from Monday
The Boys’ varsity tennis team hosted a quad Monday afternoon with St. James Academy, Blue Valley West, and Shawnee Mission South. Sam West and Grant Hansen followed up their outstanding 2nd place performance from last week at the Washburn Invitational with an impressive 3 and 0 day vs. three very solid teams at #1 doubles. Luke Laskowski and Joel Rains competed admirably at #2 doubles, but lost some close matches. Ethan Crawford played #1 singles for the Blazers, while Carson Williams played #2 singles. Carson went 1 and 2 on the day.
JV and Varsity Tennis Wednesday
The junior varsity tennis squad competed in their first event of the year at Mill Valley yesterday. The Blazers played several close matches, and everybody came away with at least one victory.
Matt Becker led the way at #1 singles, by finishing at 2 and 2, while Matt Long competed at #2 singles.
Kole Nhingsavath and Ryan Sherman represented the Blazers at #1 doubles, and Chris Phillips and Holden Bennett battled at #2 doubles.
The Blazers failed to medal, but finished in the middle of the pack. It was a solid start for the Blazers to build on.
The Blazer varsity tennis team competed at a quad yesterday here at GEHS. Sam West, Grant Hansen, Joel Rains, Luke Laskowski, Jacob Masters, and Carson Williams represented the Blazers. Unfortunately, It was a tough day for the varsity squad as they ran into some tough competition in SMNW, Olathe South, and Olathe
East. Fortunately, the Blazers will have the opportunity to bounce-back today with another quad at home, beginning promptly at 4 PM. Please come out, enjoy the weather, and support the Blazer men!
Varsity Tennis – Thursday
The Varsity Boys’ Tennis squad had a successful day yesterday at the Paola Invitational held at GEHS. Grant Hansen went 4 and 0 at #1 singles to highlight the day for the Blazers. Sam West and Luke Laskowski teaned up at #1 doubles and finished 2 and 2. Ethan Crawford finished 3 and 1 at #2 singles, and Kole Nhingsavath and Joel Rains at 1 and 3 at #2 doubles.