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District 4/10 tennis titles spread between seven schools

ERIN – After a year away from District 4/10 high school tennis play it might not be too surprising that no single school dominated Wednesday’s championship meet at the Erin Tennis Club.

Seven categories were contested and a total of seven different schools claimed category titles and nine recorded podium finishes.

Centennial Spartans finished with four category podiums (first, second, two thirds) while the Orangeville Bears (first, two seconds) and Centre Wellington Falcons (second, two thirds) had three apiece. St. James Lions (first, second) and Erin Raiders (first, third) had two each while the Ross Royals (first), Bishop Macdonell Celtics (first) and Guelph CVI Green Gaels (second) each had one.

In high school tennis, players with experience in provincial or national championships or victories in a pair of rounds of tournament play at the club level are put in the open class while all others are in the high school class.

Victoria Herrington of Wellington Heights took the open girls singles’ title.

Arica Ng of Erin won the high school girls singles’ title while Danika Laurin of Orangeville was second and Emma Mason of Centre Wellington was third.

Tanner Harvey of Ross captured the open boys singles’ crown while Gabriel Harris of Orangeville was second.

Tristian Brindley of Orangeville was victorious in the high school boys singles’ class while Ryan Zhao of Centennial was second and Sam Baker of Centre Wellington was third.

The Bishop Mac pair of Giuliana Koledin and Daniela Lall won the high school girls doubles’ crown while Olivia Mueller and Kaya Bartlewski of St. James were second and Zahra Hussain and Elvira Anaya Gallego of Centennial were third.

Centennial’s Ryan Purves and Morgan Ye captured the high school boys doubles’ title with GCVI’s Diego Medina and Remus Trapsa second and Erin’s Daniel Brooksbank and Hudson Soper third.

The St. James pair of Mila Brajkovich and Tristan Vince won the high school mixed doubles’ title while Centre Wellington’s Halle Tovell and Ben Bachuk were second and Edward Wang and Victoria He of Centennial were third.

Top finishers qualify for the CWOSSA championship tournament Oct. 15 at Waterloo.


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