Then Mariners are SENE League Co-Champions!
RHS beat Macduffie 5-2 making them the league champs for the first time in some time! Eli Levy had another incredible comeback win, Lily Kerachsky and Elsa Block played their toughest tennis all season to win. Marshal Lind and Hadley Martinez won at 1 doubles and went undefeated together for the entire season. RHS tennis worked incredibly hard this season to accomplish their goals! Coach Kim and I are really proud of everyone that played on the tennis team this year- It was a incredible team effort and it’s always nice when hard work pays off!
Mariners Dominate in Win on Senior Day
RHS dominated Eagle Hill on senior night winning 6-1. Senior John Bergstrom didn’t let breaking his racquet in the warm up bother him, as he played really well winning his match with Anand Basu. Eli Levy, Lily Kerachsky and Elsa Block were dialed in as they won easily. It was another great day for RHS tennis.
Mariners Down Pioneers in League Play
RHS had great match up against eagle hill on Saturday beating them 5-2. Eli Levy continues to dominate at the number one spot. Mia Zheng played her best tennis this season. Doubles teams continue to remain tough. It was a nice day to play and everyone gave their best effort.
Non-League Match Opens up Play Time Opportunities
On Monday RHS hosted Oxford for a non league match. Juilan Gross and Andrew Hogan played a incredible match winning for the first time playing together. Preston Smith and Hadley Martinez won their match as well. Jonathon Porter nearly won after a solid comeback in singles. It was a great effort by everyone that played.
In Rivalry Match, Mariners Find Redemption
RHS put their hearts on the line and upset the undefeated St Andrews 4/3. In doing so it put RHS in first place. Eli played great with a incredible comeback win. Elsa played played her toughest and figured out how to beat a 10-1 opponent. Marshal/Hadley played their best tennis so far to win at the 1 doubles spot. John and Massimo secured the RHS victory. It was a incredible team effort with great team support.
Tennis With Another SENE Team Win
- RHS 7, STM 0
- Lily Kerachsky – redemption victory over opponent
RHS swept STM 7-0 yesterday. Lily Kerachsky played great and had a incredible win against a opponent that beat her previously. Mia Zheng played nearly flawlessly to win her first singles match. RHS continues to dominate on the tennis courts.
Composure and Grit Abound in Victory
- RHS 5, Williams 2
- All Doubles Teams Victorious; Number 2 & 3 Doubles = Flawless
RHS beat Williams 5-2. Highlights of the matches were both Elsa and Derek Block played great winning easily. As well as sweeping all 3 doubles matches. Marshal Lind and Hadley Ramirez remain undefeated. The Number 2 (marshal and Hadley)and 3 (John Bergstrom and Mossimo Dicenso) doubles teams didn’t lose a game yesterday.
Tennis Battles Hard and Earns Victory
- RHS 6,MacDuffie 1
- Eli Levy – Remains Undefeated
RHS played a great match upsetting Mcduffie yesterday 6-1. Eli Levy remains undefeated after another close match. Elsa Block (2) dominated her opponent. Lily Kerachsky (3)and Derek Block (4) showed great determination to pull out their extremely close wins as well. RHS doubles are equally as solid winning (2) and (3). Marshal Lind and Hadley Martinez haven’t lost a game in 2 matches. It was a great day for RHS tennis team. Kim and I are proud of them.
SENE Tennis Rivalry Continues…
RHS lost a close match at St Andrews 3-4 . The windy conditions didn’t effect Eli Levy (1) as he played really well coming from behind to maintain his undefeated 1 position. Anand Basu and John Bergstrom won 8-5, marshal Lind and Hadley Martinez won 8-1. RHS is looking forward to the rematch in a couple weeks.
First Match of the Season Brings the First SENE Victory!
Our first match went really well. RHS won 6-1. Some great matches, Hadley Martinez and John Bergstrom (2 doubles) won a close match in a tiebreaker. Eli Levy (1) and Elsa Block (2) won easily after some great adjustments.
The overall team played great for our first match. For many, their first high school match.