Saturday, October 18, 2014
The semifinals and championship
matches of the girls tennis state tournament will be played indoors at
the Elysium Tennis Center in Plain City. Please see directions and
parking details below.
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October 17-18, 2014
Important Parking Announcements
parking if the tournament should move to Elysium
here for directions) in Plain City
on Friday, October 17, will be available on a limited basis
at Distinctive Marble and Granite, 7635 Commerce Place. Please do
not park in the employee spaces immediately in front of the business. Park only in those spaces indicated “ohsaa
tennis parking” outlined on the map.
Click here to view the Elysium parking map. 115 spaces have graciously been
made available to you by Distinctive Marble and Granite. You may not park
in the spaces near distinctive marble and granite’s smaller hub (directly
adjacent to the outdoor Elysium courts).
has also been made available on Friday, October 17 by Midwest Retail
Services. Please do not park in the spaces directly across from 7670
Commerce Place (the spaces across from the curb that runs along the front of
the building are reserved for Midwest Retail employees). All other spaces in
the actual lot that surrounds 7670 will be available to spectators
(approximately 24 spaces).
Please do not
block the entrances/exits or loading docks of these respective businesses.
would like to extend a “thank you” to these two businesses! If you park
along side the street or in other business lots, you will be towed! There will be
limited handicap parking at Elysium Tennis Center. On Saturday,
October 18, the same parking arrangement has been made with distinctive
marble and granite. This business is open on Saturday’s. Midwest
Retail Services, 7670 commerce place, is closed on Saturday and that lot
will be available for spectator parking.
sincerely apologizes for the mistakes made in the 2014 Girls Tennis
State Tournament Draw. Revised Draws/Brackets are now posted as of
1:00pm on 10/14/14.
Division I -
Doubles Bracket |
Division II -
Singles Bracket |
Doubles Bracket |
2014 Girls Tennis State Tournament Recap
The OHSAA Girls Tennis State
Tournament concluded at Elysium Tennis Center in Plain City, Ohio for
the third-consecutive year. Four new state champions were crowned and
one player earned her school’s first OHSAA Girls Tennis Singles State
Hamilton High School senior Cassidy Hicks
became Hamilton’s first girls tennis player to win a singles state
championship after defeating 2013 state tournament qualifier Molly
Sandberg (Sophomore, Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit), 6-3, 6-1 in the
Division I singles state championship match. Hicks won all of her state
tournament matches in two games. Cincinnati Sycamore junior Alexa Abele
captured third place honors with a 6-0, 7-6 (8-6) victory against
Massillon Jackson senior Tessa Hill.
Upper Arlington doubles pair Audrey Berger
(senior) and Kyra Jung (sophomore) captured the fifth girls tennis
doubles state championship for Upper Arlington and its first since 2003
with a 6-3, 6-4 state finals victory. Pickerington Central doubles pair
Kyah Thomas (senior) and Isis Thomas (senior) were earned state-runner
up honors. Toledo Notre Dame Academy’s Teagan McNamara (senior) and
Alicia Nahhas (junior) claimed third place with a consolation match
victory of 6-4, 7-5 vs. Dublin Jerome’s Victoria Chang (freshman) and
Rhiannon James (senior). McNamara and Nahhas were playing in their third
consecutive girls tennis state doubles tournament.
Shaker Heights Hathaway Brown
sophomore Lauren Gillinov won the OHSAA Division II girls tennis singles
state championship with a 7-6 (C), 6-1 victory over Sandusky Perkins
sophomore Olivia Rohrbacher. Her victory is the third all-time girls
tennis singles state championship for Hathaway Brown and the second
consecutive Division II singles state championship for the school.
Ariana Iranpour won the 2013 OHSAA Division II singles state
championship for Hathaway Brown. Shaker Heights Laurel senior Danielle
Buchinsky took third place, while Gates
Mills Gilmour Academy sophomore Claudia Althans finished fourth.
Kettering Archbishop Alter doubles pair
Lauren Hawley (senior) and Amanda Showalter (sophomore) won the Division
II doubles state championship by a score of 6-2, 6-2 against Shaker
Heights Hathaway Brown doubles pair Catherine Areklett (sophomore) and
Allyson Persky (sophomore). The win for Hawley/Showalter gives Kettering
Archbishop Alter its second all-time OHSAA girls tennis state doubles
championship and its first since 1976. 2013 Division II doubles state
champions Adrian Young (senior) and Alissa Nakamoto (sophomore) took
third place for Pepper Pike Orange, winning the consolation match 6-3,
6-3. Lexington doubles pair Alex Griebling (senior) and Jillian Earnest
(senior) were named fourth place.
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