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2022 Boys Tennis State Tournament Coverage

2022 State Tournament Coverage

May 27-28, 2022
The Lindner Family Tennis Center
5460 Courseview Drive, Mason, OH 45040
Due to the impending inclement weather, the first day (Friday) of the boys tennis state tournament will move to indoor locations:
  • DIVISION II: Five Seasons Family Sports Club, 11790 Snider Rd., Cincinnati, OH, 45249
  • DIVISION I: Camargo Racquet Club, 8215 Camargo Rd., Cincinnati, OH, 45243
  • Check OHSAA Twitter for updates
Brackets (will be updated throughout the tournament):
Times and Format: 
  • Friday, May 27: Play begins at 9 a.m. with all 16 Div. I & II singles matches, followed by Div. I doubles teams and Div. II doubles teams. 
  • Saturday, May 28: Play begins at 9 a.m. with semifinal matches, followed by state finals matches. 
Division I Recap
Mason High School claimed both the singles and doubles championships at the 2022 OHSAA boys tennis state tournament.
It is the 22nd time overall, and sixth time since 2005, that the same school has taken home both titles.
Vignesh Gogineni earned the singles championship, defeating Gahanna Lincoln’s Brandon Carpico, 6-3, 6-2, in the state championship match. It was a rematch of the 2021 state final in which Carpico had defeated Gogineni, 6-4, 6-3.
Gogineni is the second singles state champion from Mason, joining 2019 Division I singles champion Niraj Komatineni.
In doubles, the Mason tandem of Anish Gangavaram and Akshay Joshi was a 7-6, 2-6, 6-3 winner over Cincinnati Sycamore’s Nick Meyers and Mark Karev in the state championship match. It marks the second doubles state title for Mason in the fifth time the school has been represented in the doubles state championship match.
Division II Recap
Pepper Pike Orange’s Ben Pomeranets is the 2022 Division II singles champion, defeating Chagrin Falls’ Andrew Zimcosky, 6-3, 4-6, 6-4, in the state championship match.
It was a rematch of the 2021 final, in which Zimcosky had prevailed 4-6, 6-4, 6-3.
Pomeranets is the fifth singles state champion for Orange, and the first since 2012. Orange is now one of eight schools with five singles state champions all-time.
In doubles, Cincinnati Indian Hill’s RJ Poffenberger and Tejas Pisati were 6-4, 6-4 winners over Pepper Pike Orange’s Jake Goldstein and Gabi Kalir in the state championship match. Poffenberger and Pisati are Indian Hill’s fifth state champion doubles tandem and first since 2008.
Indian Hill becomes the ninth school to boast at least five doubles state championships.