2015 High School State Championships

hs champs_blogHundreds of student-athletes competed for state championships across Middle States during the high school tennis season.

Both New Jersey and Pennsylvania play boys’ tennis in the spring and girls’ tennis in the fall. Delaware plays both seasons in the spring.

Below is a complete list of boys and girls singles and doubles champions for the 2014-15 school year. Congratulations to all athletes who won state championships for their respective schools.

Pennsylvania – PIAA High School Tennis Championships

AAA Boys Singles: Chad Kissell (Greater Latrobe) – media coverage

AAA Boys Doubles: Jared Isaacs and Richard Hofmann (North Allegheny) – media coverage

AA Boys Singles: Kyle Seelig (Plumstead Christian) – media coverage

AA Boys Doubles: Adam Bahney and Galen McNaughton (Eastern Lebanon County) – media coverage

AAA Girls Singles: Ananya Dua (Shady Side Academy) – media coverage

AAA Girls Doubles: Tina Li and Eugenia Lee (North Allegheny) – media coverage

AA Girls Singles: Tyra Ott (Wilson) – media coverage

AA Girls Doubles: Lauren Petrella and Cait Schultz (Mercyhurst Prep.) – media coverage

Delaware – DIAA High School Tennis Championships

Boys Singles: Colt Williamson (Milford) – media coverage

Boys Doubles: Alex Feuerstein and David Haynes (Caesar Rodney) – media coverage

Girls Singles: Annie Jaskulski (Wilmington Friends School) – media coverage

Girls Doubles: Barbara Fleming and Taylor Reese (Tower Hill) – media coverage

New Jersey – NJSIAA High School Tennis Championships

Boys Singles: Joshua Marchalik, Jr. (East Brunswick) – media coverage

Boys Doubles: Zach Anderson and Nikil Pancha (Montgomery) – media coverage

Girls Singles: Kate Fahey (Rumson Fair Haven) – media coverage

Girls Doubles: Kim Szakats and Emily Roeper (Montgomery) – media coverage

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