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2022 Division I Girls Tennis Tournament Recap
MASON, Ohio - The 47th Annual OHSAA Girls Tennis Division I State Tournament concluded Saturday afternoon at the Lindner Family Tennis Center in Mason.
In the singles final, Mason senior Shyla Aggarwal returned to the state championship and secured her second state title with a 6-2, 6-1 victory over Tess Bucher, a junior from North Canton Hoover. Aggarwal helped Mason return to their 12th straight state tournament and secured their second state title. The third place Division I singles match included senior Lilly Black from Whitehouse Anthony Wayne and freshman Anna Bennett from Rocky River Magnificat. Black secured a third-place finish with the score of 6-1, 6-3.
The Division I doubles championship included Centerville sophomore Clara Owen and junior Caroline Hinshaw facing off with New Albany junior Paige Cornelius and junior Richardlyne Francois. The combo of Owen and Hinshaw secured their second state championship by a score of 6-1, 6-1. This was Centerville’s 11th doubles state title.
Massillon Jackson senior Paige Reese and senior Madison Altman secured a Division I doubles third-place finish after defeating Rocky River Magnificat sophomore Anna Mancino and junior Caroline Moritz.
2022 Division II Girls Tennis Tournament Recap
MASON, Ohio - The 47th Annual OHSAA Girls Tennis Division II State Tournament concluded Saturday afternoon at the Lindner Family Tennis Center in Mason.
Bexley freshman Amiya Bowles won the singles state championship after defeating Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy freshman Martha Sophia Thompson, 6-0, 6-3.
The third-place match included Kettering Archbishop Alter senior Grace Lampman facing off against freshman Elena Fleming of Chardon Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin. The match ended with Lampman being victorious with a score of 6-4, 6-2.
The doubles final consisted of Eaton senior Macy Hitchcock and sophomore Mallory Hitchcock facing off against Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy senior Ananya Annapantula and freshman Addison Cassidy. The duo of Murphy and Hitchcock were able to secure a state championship win with a score of 6-3, 6-4. This was Eaton’s second doubles state title and their fourth overall tennis state championship crown.
Shaker Heights Hathaway Brown senior Ally Mills and junior Kate Mills finished third place in the Division II tournament after defeating Gates Mills Hawken freshman Dani Forte and sophomore Bella Hsieh.