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Brunswick Tennis Crowned 2018 New England Champions

Top-seeded Brunswick beat Roxbury Latin, 4-2, in the finals of the 2018 NEITA Class B Championship on Sunday in Cambridge, Mass. The Bruins (16-0) knocked off three teams en route to their first title since 2015. This is the first championship for Brunswick’s third-year head coach Ryan Abraham.
In the finals, hosted by Buckingham Browne and Nichols, Brunswick won the doubles point with wins at #2 and #3, as the Bruins took a 1-0 lead heading into singles play.
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Roxbury Latin Tennis wins first-ever New England Class B title

May 21, 2013

Roxbury Latin Varsity Tennis was invited for the eighth straight year—a noteworthy accomplishment—to compete in the New England Class B Tournament this past weekend. Every year, a committee selects the best tennis teams from Massachusetts and Connecticut to compete in the tournament, and RL was a finalist in 2006 and 2012. This weekend RL made the finals again: and the third time was a charm.
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Beaver Country Day School: 2012 Boys' Tennis NEPSAC Class C Champions!


On Saturday, May 19 Beaver tennis outplayed a strong Pingree squad in the finals of the NEPSAC tournament. Including that 4-1 victory, Beaver caps off the season with an undefeated 9-0 record against Conference opponents.

This Senior class is arguably the most successful in Beaver history. The Seniors played a part in earning 2 NEPSAC Championships and 4 EIL banners in their 4 year tenure. TJ Moor will likely be awarded MVP of the league with a perfect record at #1 singles. Kris Bronner achieved a rare feat on Saturday as well; throughout his career at Beaver, most often playing at the #2 singles spot, Kris never lost an EIL match. Jay Rodman, Beaver's #3 singles player, also completed the season undefeated. In doubles, Jon Marsh and Hunter Flint completed a stunning season at the #1 spot, only stumbling once to a veteran Pingree team. Gabe Belkind and Adam Goodman rounded out the #2 doubles spot in our EIL lineup, only dropping 1 set throughout the year.
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Hopkins Boys' Tennis: 2010 NEPSAC Class B Champions!


With wins over Buckingham Browne & Nichols and Roxbury Latin on Saturday in the quarter final and semi final rounds of the New England Prep School "B" Team Championships, Hopkins prepared to square off Sunday afternoon against defending champion Brunswick School of Greenwich, Ct. Earlier in the season, Brunswick had defeated Hopkins to win the Fairchester Tennis League Team Championship in a tight 4--3 match.

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Rivers Boys’ Tennis Wins 2010 NEPSAC Class C Tournament!


This past weekend, Rivers won the New England Class “C” Boys’ Tennis Championship on its home court. With strong performances from top to bottom, the Red Wings beat Beaver Country Day in the Saturday semi-final, and then Pingree on Sunday to earn the tournament championship.

There was outstanding leadership all weekend. Co-captain Alex Ginsberg ’10 won his singles match on Saturday to help defeat Beaver. On Sunday, TJ Moor ’12 won his singles match in straight sets, and Evan Gallagher ’11 also won his match. Marco Eberth ’10 slammed home a match-winning overhead to ultimately clinch the championship.

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Beaver Country Day School - 2009 Class C Boys' Tennis Champs

The Beaver boys' varsity tennis team won the NEPSAC Class C championship last weekend, beating Rivers School (4-3) and Wooster (7-0). This caps an undefeated season of 12-0.

BCDS boys' tennis coach Pauri Pandian reported on the NEPSAC competition:

Saturday 5/16: After a first round bye in the NEPSAC tournament, boys' tennis defeated Rivers 4-3 in a nail-biter held at St. Sebastian's School. Senior captain Max Rodman and Pierre Planche won their match at 1st Doubles 8-3, but 2nd and 3rd Doubles dropped their matches, 6-8, and 8-9 respectively to give the point to Rivers. The boys turned it, winning at 1st, 3rd, 4th, and 5th singles. Lukas Mead gave Beaver it's first point, followed quickly by Pierre Planche and Kris Bronner -- who was seeing his first singles action this year. Max Rodman and senior captain Erik Tobias lost their singles matches to tie the score at 3-3. Henry Moorhead was the only player left on court, having split his first two sets. Knowing that the victory would depend on his match, Moorhead rose to the occasion and prevailed 6-2 to give Beaver the win that allowed the team to advance to the finals of the NEPSAC tournament.

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Loomis Chaffee Boys' Tennis 2009 Class A Champs

Two very talented teams met on the Loomis Chaffee courts on Sunday to battle it out for the Class A New England Team Championship. In the end, it came down to the very last singles match as Loomis Chaffee defeated Andover in a thrilling New England final.
The Pelicans were eager to get the doubles point from the get-go, but Andover was reluctant to give it up. The No. 2 doubles team of senior co-captain Matt Mantikas and sophomore Christian Keenum played well against a tough team and earned the first doubles point for the Pelicans. At No. 1 doubles, senior co-captain Andre Arguimbau and sophomore John Megas looked like they might be able to challenge a team that was undefeated to date; however, Andover came on strong, and the eight -game pro set was lost, 4-8. At No. 3 doubles, senior Will Fantini and junior Kyle Brinkerhoff got off to a slow start and soon found themselves down 1-6. However, as the team has shown to date, giving up was not an option; the team dug deep and made an amazing comeback to tie the set at seven all. The Andover No. 3 team was too tough, however, and they eventually won the set 9-7 as well as the overall doubles point for the match.

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Hotchkiss Boys Tennis Takes 2008 NEPSAC Class A Championship

By: Bill Markey
Thursday, May 22 -- The boys varsity tennis team completed its run by defeating Choate Rosemary Hall in The New England “Class A” Championship. The match started on the 18th of May at Choate in Wallingford, Conn., but was abandoned due to rain after only the doubles portion of the format had been completed. Hotchkiss sat poised with the doubles point in hand until Thursday, May 22, when the match continued, this time at the Taft School in Watertown, Conn., with the singles portion of the format to determine the champion. Rain threatened to scrub the match once again but the storm front past and the Bearcats wasted little time in clinching their first New England crown in over eight years.

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Pingree School Wins 2008 NEPSAC Class C Boys Tennis Tournament

Pingree Boys Tennis won the New Englad Interscholastic Tennis Association Class C Championship match on May 28th. Below see an excerpt from the Salem Evening News from May 29th by Matt Jenkins, staff writer.

Pingree boys tennis coach Eric Olson started to sweat when four of his singles players each dropped their first set in the New England Interscholastic Tennis Association Class C Championship match.

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