NCHSAA boys tennis playoffs, 2014
04/28/2014 11:14 AM
04/28/2014 11:15 AM
This blog will update with every round of the N.C. High School Athletic Association boys tennis playoffs. It will also include links to our playoff, individual tournament and conference tournament coverage.
The Triangle won the 4A, 3A and 2A NCHSAA boys tennis championships thanks to Wakefield, Cardinal Gibbons and Carrboro.
Individual tennis championships
1A state championship: No area winners.
2A state championship: Carrboro’s Max Fritsch and Jake Zinn wins doubles.
4A state championship: Wakefield’s Bo Boyden wins singles; teammates Jensen Martin and Philippe Lauture win doubles.
Story from 4A Mideast regional: Wakefield sweeps, sends all six players to states.
4A East bracket
1st round: Panther Creek at Wilmington Hoggard (5-1); West Johnston at Southern Pines Pinecrest (?); Jordan (6-0) at Cape Fear; Millbrook (6-0) at Greenville Rose // East Wake at Green Hope (6-0); Fayetteville Jack Britt at Clayton (8-0); Winterville South Central at Wakefield (6-0); Richmond County at East Chapel Hill (9-0)
3rd round: Millbrook (6-0) at Hoggard // Green Hope at Wakefield (5-1)
East regional: Millbrook at Wakefield (5-1)
State championship: Wakefield defeats Winston-Salem’s R.J. Reynolds at Burlington Tennis Center
3A East bracket
1st round: South Brunswick (5-1) at Jacksonville; Chapel Hill (7-2) at Fayetteville Terry Sanford; Western Alamance at Southern Nash (5-1); Asheboro at Corinth Holders (5-1); West Carteret at Pikeville CB Aycock (7-2); Wilson Fike at Cardinal Gibbons (9-0); Cameron Union Pines at Northern Guilford (6-3); Cleveland at Western Guilford (5-1)
2nd round: Chapel Hill (6-0) at South Brunswick; Southern Nash (7-2) at Corinth Holders // CB Aycock at Cardinal Gibbons (9-0); Northern Guilford at Western Guilford (6-3)
3rd round: Chapel Hill (6-0) at Southern Nash // Western Guilford at Cardinal Gibbons (9-0)
East regional: Chapel Hill at Cardinal Gibbons (6-0)
State championship: Cardinal Gibbons defeats Waxhaw’s Marvin Ridge 6-0 at Burlington Tennis Center
2A East bracket
1st round: East Duplin (5-1) at Clinton; Randleman at N.C. Science and Math (9-0); Reidsville at Washington (5-1); South Granville at Greene Central (8-1) // Durham School of Arts at Trinity (5-4); North Johnston at Carrboro (5-0); North Lenoir (6-1) at Kill Devil Hills First Flight; Newport Croatan (9-0) at Red Springs
2nd round: East Duplin at N.C. Science and Math (5-1); Washington vs Greene Central (5-4) // Trinity at Carrboro (5-0); North Lenoir at Croatan (7-1)
3rd round: Greene Central at N.C. Science and Math (5-4) // Carrboro (6-0) at Croatan
East regional: Carrboro (5-0) at N.C. Science and Math
State championship: Carrboro defeats Brevard 5-0 at Burlington Tennis Center
1A East bracket
1st round: Cape Hatteras (bye); Voyager Academy (5-0) at Williamston Riverside; Louisburg (bye); Robersonville South Creek at East Carteret (9-0) // Rosewood (bye); North Moore at Raleigh Charter (9-0); Tarboro at West Columbus (6-0); Franklin Academy (5-0) at Wallace-Rose Hill
2nd round: Voyager Academy (5-0) at Cape Hatteras; East Carteret (5-2) at Louisburg // Rosewood at Raleigh Charter (5-1); Franklin Academy at Tarboro (5-4)
3rd round: Voyager Academy (5-2) at East Carteret // Tarboro at Raleigh Charter (6-0)
East regional: Voyager Academy at Raleigh Charter (5-2)
Conference championship stories:
Cap Eight 4A Conference: Wakefield’s Bo Boyden wins singles, Wakefield’s Jensen Martin and Phillip Lauture win doubles.
Greater Neuse River 4A Conference: Clayton’s Klein Evans wins singles, Clayton’s Ian Bliss and Brooks Campbell win doubles.
Southwest Wake Athletic 4A Conference: Middle Creek’s Justin Panepinto wins singles, Panther Creek’s Henrik Linvall and Matt Fahys win doubles.
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