Saturday, February 22, 2020






UMS-Wright Girls Win 10th 4A/5A State title in a Row Mountain Brook Girls Claim Record 28th AHSAA State Tennis Title; Briarwood Boys 4A/5A Boys’ Title

     MONTGOMERY – Mountain Brook, coached by Susan Farlow, won the school’s 28th AHSAA State Girls’ Tennis Championship Tuesday at the Mobile Tennis Center, and Briarwood Christian’s boys swept all the singles and doubles championships completed in the Class 4A/5A State Tournament, which also concluded at Mobile Tennis Center.
   McGill-Toolen Catholic won the 7A boys’ title – the school’s first since 1979, and UMS-Wright captured its 10th Class 4A/5A girls’ title in a row – breaking the record Coach Meridy Jones’ team set in 2017.
    At Montgomery’s Lagoon Park, Jasper won the Class 6A boys’ state crown, the school’s sixth overall but its first since the school was changing its name from Walker High School to Jasper High School. In the Class 6A girls’ competition, Northridge won the school’s first tennis title.
   And in the Class 1A/3A competition at Jimmy Johns Tennis Center at Point Mallard in Decatur, Bayside Academy out-pointed Montgomery Academy 62-46 to snap the Lady Eagles’ consecutive string of state championships at seven. Montgomery Academy’s streak ties for second most all time with Mountain Brook and is three shy UMS-Wright’s overall record.
    The 1A/3A boys’ title was won by Houston Academy.
    Individual boys’ No. 1 singles champions were: James Torbert, Montgomery Academy (1A/3A); Chase Parker, Northview (6A); and John Brooks Green, McGill-Toolen Catholic (7A). The Class 4A/5A No. 1 singles finals was won by Randolph’s Kaustubh Holcomb over Briarwood's John Wolf, 7-5, 1-6, 6-3.  That match is the only Lions did not win in the 6A boys’ competition.
   Individual girls’ No. 1 singles champions included: Peyton Miller, Indian Springs; Maggie White, Homewood (6A); and Sydney Fletch, Huntsville (7A). The 4A/5A No. 1 singles finals between Elizabeth Swain of UMS-Wright and Alana Boyce of Randolph was postponed to April 28 due to the four-match restriction and will also completed later this week.  
     Complete results of all singles and doubles finals are listed below.

Class 7A Boys State Tennis Championships
Team Scoring
McGill-Toolen Catholic 41; Vestavia Hills 38; Mountain Brook 27; Auburn 20; Huntsville 11; Fairhope 9; James Clemens 7; Oak Mountain 4; Enterprise 2.
Sportsmanship Recipient: Auburn.
No. 1 – Brooks Green, McGill-Toolen Catholic d. Wil Dotson, Fairhope, 6-3, 6-2
No. 2 – Hallet Green, McGill-Toolen  Catholic d. Tanner Debardelaben, Auburn, 6-1, 6-0
No. 3 – Adam Cabraja, Mountain Brook d. Gray Moore, Vestavia Hills, 6-2, 6-1
No. 4 – Clay Castleberry, Vestavia Hills d. Jordan Agagan, McGill-Toolen Catholic,  6-1, 6-4
No. 5 – Robert Hill, Vestavia Hills d. Andrew Wang, Auburn, 6-2, 6-1
No. 6 – Stuart Phelan, Mountain Brook d. Clayton Pearsall, Huntsville, 6-3, 6-4

No. 1 – Brooks Green/Jordan Agagan, McGill-Toolen Catholic d. Andrew Karcher/William Watts, Mountain Brook, 6-3, 6-2
No. 2 – Hallet Green/Jeffrey Shock, McGill-Toolen Catholic d. Gray Moore/Robert Hill, Vestavia Hills, 6-4, 6-4
No. 3 – Sam Smith/Jack Kimbrough, Vestavia Hills d. Andrew Wang/Graham Richey, Auburn, 6-3, 6-1

Class 7A Girls State Tennis Championships
Team Scoring
Mountain Brook 50; Vestavia Hills 37; Fairhope 28; McGill-Toolen Catholic 13; Huntsville 11; Hewitt-Trussville 8; Auburn 2; Enterprise 2.
Sportsmanship Recipient: Auburn.

No. 1 – Sydney Fletch, Huntsville d. Emma Karcher, Mountain Brook, 6-1, 6-4
No. 2 – Charlotte Gillum, Mountain Brook d. Georgia Morros, Vestavia Hills, 7-5, 6-3
No. 3 – Lynsey Richardson, Fairhope d. Madison Jenkins, Mountain Brook, 6-2, 6-1
No. 4 – Liz Vandevelde, Mountain Brook d. Chloe Warren, Fairhope, 7-6 (5), 6-3
No. 5 – Nicole Jebeles, Vestavia Hills d. Ada Barber, McGill-Toolen Catholic, 6-0, 6-0
No. 6 – Maggie Duggan, Mountain Brook d. Kristen Jebeles, Vestavia Hills, 6-1, 7-6 (6)

No. 1 – Emma Karcher/Liz Vandevelde, Mountain Brook d. Abby Warner/Caroline Adams, Fairhope, 6-4, 7-6 (5)
No. 2 – Nicole Jebeles/Kristen Jebeles, Vestavia Hills d. Lynsey Richardson/Chloe Warren, Fairhope, 7-5, 6-1
No. 3 – Georgia Morros/Kate Morros, Vestavia Hills d. Warner Johnson/Mae McGinnis, Mountain Brook, 6-3, 6-2

Class 6A Boys State Tennis Championships
Team Scoring
Jasper 54; Muscle Shoals 40; Florence 36; Northview 33; Gulf Shores 27; Pell City 26; Northridge 20; Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa 14; Saraland 14; Oxford 7; Homewood 5; Wetumpka 5.
Sportsmanship Recipient: Florence.

No. 1 – Chase Parker, Northview d. Wes Lartigue, Gulf Shores, 6-0, 6-4
No. 2 – Ben Hicks, Jasper d. Zach Mastin, Muscle Shoals, 7-5, 7-5
No. 3 – Mason Woodman, Jasper d. Nikhil Boorgu, Florence, 6-7, 7-6, 1-0 (injury)
No. 4 – Jackson Hall, Muscle Shoals d. Steven Bissell, Florence, 6-3, 6-4
No. 5 – Jack Bowen, Jasper d. Bryant Wilkerson, Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa, 7-6, 6-1
No. 6 – Grayson Barber, Jasper d. Thomas Harper, Northridge, 6-1, 6-2

No. 1 – Chase Parker/William Adams, Northview d. Wes Lartigue/Sam Lartigue, Gulf Shores, 6-3, 6-4
No. 2 –Noah Tompkins/Nikhil Boorgu, Florence d. Tad Euler/Austin Grill, Pell City 6-3, 7-6
No. 3 –John Bertoldi/Grayson Barber, Jasper d. Mason Stevens/Sam Spalding, Muscle Shoals, 6-1, 7-6

Class 6A Girls State Tennis Championships
Team Scoring
Northridge 63; Florence 43; Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa 37; Homewood 30; Jasper 24; Saraland 15; Hartselle 14; Northview 11; Cullman 8; Gulf Shores 6; Albertville 4; Dothan 0.
Sportsmanship Recipient: Cullman.

No. 1 – Maggie White, Homewood d. Margaret Lucas, Decatur, 7-5, 6-2
No. 2 – Ava Rath, Northridge d. Amelia Poolos, Jasper, 6-0, 6-2
No. 3 – Martha Mitchener, Florence d. Bella Swindoll, Northridge, 6-4, 7-5
No. 4 – Grace Evans, Northridge d. Ruby Cunningham, Florence, 6-3, 6-2
No. 5 – Madeline Creel, Florence d. Anna Harbin, Decatur, 6-3, 6-4
No. 6 – Ana Caroline Sullivan, Northridge d. Emory Carnes, Hartselle, 2-6, 6-0, 6-3

No. 1 –Maggie White/Mackenzie Farrell, Homewood d. India Woods/Grace Evans, Northridge, 6-4, 7-5
No. 2 – Kenna Eldridge/Olivia Jones, Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa d. Mary Alice Pearson/Lillian Griffin, Jasper, 7-5, 6-4
 No. 3 –Allison Stegall/Carson Ryan, Northridge d. Madeline Creel/Isabelle Mallet, Florence, 6-4, 7-6

Class 4A/5A Boys State Tennis Championships
Team Scoring
Briarwood Christian 87; LAMP 40; Randolph 38; Trinity Presbyterian 37; St. Paul’s Episcopal 33; UMS-Wright 25; Cherokee County 23; Saint James 23; Sardis 14; Jacksonville 10; Fayette County 9; Corner 2; Lee-Huntsville 2; Springville 2; Brooks 0.
Sportsmanship Recipient: LAMP.
No. 1 – Kaustubh Holcomb, Randolph d. John Wolf, Briarwood, 7-5, 1-6, 6-3
No. 2 – Parker Bradbary, Briarwood Christian d. Max Williams, Trinity Presbyterian, 6-0, 6-3
No. 3 – Conner Coleman, Briarwood Christian d. Kessler Park, St. Paul’s Episcopal, 6-1, 6-2
No. 4 – Ethan Carr, Briarwood Christian d. Tucker Bryan, Trinity Presbyterian, 6-0, 6-0
No. 5 – Alex Felts, Briarwood Christian d. Felix Wang, LAMP, 6-1, 6-3
No. 6 – Tyler Guerra, Briarwood Christian d. Jack Jones, Trinity Presbyterian, 6-0, 6-1

No. 1 –John Wolf/Parker Bradbary, Briarwood Christian d. Michael Varosky-Jaclylm Bezovoska, St. John Paul II Catholic, 6-3, 6-3
No. 2 – Conner Coleman/Like Wolf, Briarwood Christian d. Nathan Smith/Will Steadman, St. Paul’s Episcopal, 6-2, 6-1
No. 3 – Ethan Carr/Tyler Guerra, Briarwood Christian d. Dean Herndon/Ben Loftis, Trinity Presbyterian, 6-3, 6-3.

Class 4A/5A Girls State Tennis Championships
Team Scoring
UMS-Wright 83; Briarwood Christian 59; St. Paul’s Episcopal 47; Saint James 47; Trinity Presbyterian 209; Randoloh 26; Deshler 18; Sardis 17; Douglas 11; Russellville 9; LAMP 7; West Point 6; Westminster Christian 5; Montgomery Catholic 4; Demopolis 0; Oneonta 0.
Sportsmanship Recipient: Trinity Presbyterian.

No. 1 – Elizabeth Swain, UMS-Wright d. Alana Boyce, Randolph, 6-1, 6-2
No. 2 – Audrey Sewell, UMS-Wright d. Callie Ware, Briarwood Christian, 3-6, 6-2, 6-0
No. 3 – Brooke Swain, UMS-Wright d. Maggie Sullivan, St. Paul’s Episcopal, 0-6, 7-5, 6-1
No. 4 – Martha Williams, UMS-Wright d. Glenn Case, St. Paul’s Episcopal, 6-1, 7-5
No. 5 – Adelaide Bell, UMS-Wright d. Katelyn Bussey, Briarwood Christian, 7-5, 6-4
No. 6 – Anne Harvey, UMS-Wright d. Holly Hancock, Brarwood Christian, 6-4, 6-4

No. 1 – Elisabeth Swain/Audrey Sewell, UMS-Wright d. Kara Coleman/Laura Herren, Briarwood Christian, 6-0, 6-0
No. 2 – Callie Ware/Katelyn Bussey, Briarwood Christian d. Ella Skier/Mia Smith, Saint James, 7-5, 6-2
No. 3 – Anne Harvey/Brooke Swain, UMS-Wright d. Vivian Stabler/Caroline Vegas, St. Paul’s Episcopal, 6-4, 2-6, 6-3

Class 1A/3A Boys State Tennis Championships
Team Scoring
Houston Academy 71; Montgomery Academy 58; Altamont 37; American Christian 32; St. Luke’s Episcopal 24; Donoho 12; Sylvania 9; T.R. Miller 8; St. Bernard 4; Lauderdale County 3; Lexington 3; Pleasant Valley 0.
Sportsmanship Recipient: St. Luke’s Episcopal.

No. 1 – James Torbert, Montgomery Academy d.  Spencer Skidmore, Altamont, 6-0, 6-1
No. 2 – Robert Dunlap, Houston Academy d. William Robertson, Montgomery Academy, 6-1, 6-4
No. 3 – Trey Craven, Houston Academy d. Tanner Hearing, American Christian, 6-2. 6-1
No. 4 – Will Tucker, Houston Academy vs. Zach Norman, St. Luke’s Episcopal, 6-0, 6-0
No. 5 – Hamilton Chapman, Montgomery Academy d. Nicholas Ruddock, Houston Academy, 6-0, 6-1
No. 6 – Whit Davis, Montgomery Academy d. Wesley Sudarshan, Altamont, 6-1, 6-0

No. 1 – Braden Read/Robert Dunlap, Houston Academy d. James Torbert/William Robertson, Montgomery Academy, 6-3, 6-2  
No. 2 –Trey Craven/Will Tucker, Houston Academy d. Sameer Sultan/Aaron Miller, Altamont, 6-4, 6-3
No. 3 – Hamilton Chapman/Whit Davis, Montgomery Academy d. Nicholas Ruddock/Andrew Ayodeji, Houston Academy, 6-4, 6-1

Class 1A/3A Girls State Tennis Championships
Team Scoring
Bayside Academy 62; Montgomery Academy 46; Donoho 33; St. Luke’s Episcopal 29; Indian Springs 24; Houston Academy 22; Shoals Christian 18; Decatur Heritage 17; Altamont 14; Lauderdale County 3; Faith Christian 3, Whitesburg Christian 2.
Sportsmanship Award: Altamont.

No. 1 – Peyton Miller, Indian Springs  d. Claire Prickett, Bayside Academy, 6-0, 6-0
No. 2 – Evelyn Prickett, Bayside Academyd. Claire Hillman, Donoho, 6-3, 6-3
No. 3 – Jenna Chandler, Montgomery Academy d. Virginia Hutto, Donoho, 6-1, 6-2
No. 4 –Whitney Novak, St. Luke’s Episcopal d. Lucy Chapman, Montgomery Academy, 6-2, 6-0 No. 5 – O’Melia Macpherson, Bayside Academy d. Bailey Founds, Decatur Heritage, 6-0, 6-1
No. 6 –Mary Catherine Branyon, Bayside Academy d. McRae Freeman, Montgomery Academy, 6-2, 6-1
No. 1 –Lee Taylor Bishop/Madison Hughes, Shoals Christian d. Claire Prickett/Evelyn Prickett, Bayside Academy, 3-6, 6-3, 6-2
No. 2 – Anna Marie Bentley/Whitney Novak, St. Luke’s Episcopal d. Martha Ernest/Lucy Chapman, Montgomery Academy, 3-6, 6-1, 6-1
No. 3 – McRae Freeman/Ann Coburn Chapman, Montgomery Academy d. Ellie Perry/O’Melia MacPherson, Bayside Academy, 6-2, 6-3


For the latest results, go to and to the tennis section on in-season sports.


Vestavia Hills advanced two doubles teams to the finals and four of six singles players qualified for Tuesday’s semifinals the first day of AHSAA 2018 State Tennis tournament action drew to a close.
    The Rebels’ No. 1 singles player Alex Lloyd, won his first singles match 3-6, 7-5, 6-2 over Taiga Koyama of James Clemens to advance to the quarterfinals to face Auburn’s Phillip Bosman. That match was still underway late Monday afternoon at the Class 7A state meet being held at the Mobile Tennis Center.
    Defending No. 1 singles champion Brooks Green of McGill-Toolen Catholic drew a first-round bye and then beat Gage Anderson of Enterprise in the quarterfinals 6-0, 6-1 to move to the semifinals – awaiting the winner of the Bosman-Lloyd match.
    The Yellow Jackets and defending state champion Mountain Brook advanced four players to the semifinals in singles. McGill-Toolen also advanced three teams to Tuesday’s doubles finals.  Green and Jordan Aggan, the Jackets’ No. 1 doubles team, will meet Mountain Brook’s duo of Andrew Karcher and William Watts in the finals. The Spartans advanced only one team to the doubles finals.
    Auburn and Huntsville moved three singles and one doubles team each to Tuesday’s play.

Defending state champion Mountain Brook was red hot in singles with all six netters advancing to the semifinals in Monday’s action. Emma Karcher downed Addy Lewis of Auburn 6-2, 6-0 to move to the semifinals at No. 1 singles for Coach Susan Farlow’s Spartans. Karcher also teamed with Liz Vandevelde to win their No. 1 doubles quarterfinal match over Hewitt-Trussville’s Caraline Cox and Anna Virginia Fagan, 6-0, 6-3. Vandevelde won at No. 3 doubles and No. 6 singles last year.
    Fairhope’s No. 1 doubles team of Abby Warner and Caroline Adams, will meet Karcher and Vandevelde in the finals Tuesday. The Pirates placed three in singles semifinals and also advanced their No. 2 doubles team  to the finals.  Four singles players advanced to the semifinals and two doubles teams moved to the finals for both Vestavia Hills and McGill-Toolen.

Senior Chase Parker of Northview High School received a first-round bye and was scheduled to face Braden Haning of Northridge in the quarterfinals late Monday afternoon as the AHSAA Class 6A State Tennis Championships got underway at Lagoon Park.
    Northview, which finished second to Florence last year, placed five players in the second round and the No. 1 doubles team of Parker and fellow senior Williams Adams won two tough doubles matches Monday to advance to the semifinals to face Muscle Shoals.
   Florence, which won its first state title last year, moved all six singles players into the quarterfinals Monday and placed its No. 2 doubles team in the semifinals. Muscle Shoals also had six singles players move to the quarterfinals.
   Play resumes at Lagoon Park Tuesday morning with the tournament concluding Tuesday afternoon.

Florence, Northridge, Northview, Saraland and Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa each advanced netters to the quarterfinals in Class 6A Girls’ State Tournament play at Lagoon Park Monday. Defending state champion Decatur moved at least three to the quarters and the Red Raiders’ No. 1 doubles team of Margaret Lucas and Katherine Scott posted two wins to move into the semifinals to face Northridge’s India Woods and Grace Evans.

Briarwood Christian, which snapped UMS-Wright’s eight-year streak of state championships at last year’s Class 4A/5A State Tennis Tourney, appeared well on its way to a repeat with all six singles players and all three doubles team advancing Monday. Sophomore John Wolf, who won the No. 2 state singles title last year, had a first-round bye and second-round win to move into the No. 1 singles quarterfinals. He will face Sardis’ Drew Johnson, who won two matches Monday.
   Wolf and junior Parker Bradbary also won their way to the semifinals in No. 1 doubles and will face LAMP’s Jaemin Kim and Josh Kim in their next match.  LAMP advanced five singles and two doubles teams in Monday’s action at Mobile Tennis Center. The state meet concludes Tuesday.

   UMS-WRIGHT of Mobile rolled into the 2018 Class 4A/5A State Tennis Championships at Mobile Tennis Center riding a nine-year state championship winning streak dating back to 2009. After advancing all six singles netters into the quarterfinal round and all three doubles teams into the semifinals, the Lady Bulldogs are in good shape to make it 10 in a two.
    Standing in the way is Briarwood Christian, however, which advances five singles players into the quarterfinals with another still playing late Monday afternoon with the chance to make it six.  All three Lions’ doubles teams also won their way to the semifinals.
    Coach Meridy Jones’ Bulldogs appear to be even stronger this year. Junior Audrey Sewell won the No. 1 singles title last season. Monday she advanced playing No. 2 singles. Senior teammate Elizabeth Swain moved to the quarters at No 1. Swain and Sewell won two doubles matches at No. 1 to move to the semis.
    Briarwood eighth grader Kara Coleman moved to the quarterfinals at No. 1 singles and teamed with senior Laura Herren to advance to the semifinals in the No. 1 doubles competition.
    St. Paul’s Episcopal had four singles netters and two doubles teams advance.

Montgomery Academy had a streak of six straight state championships snapped in 2017. Coach David Bethea’s Eagles battled their way into second place at Jimmy Johns Tennis Center at Decatur’s Point Mallard early Monday night with 19 points – trailing Houston Academy, which had 24, by five with several matches still on the court.
    Junior James Torbert, who won the No. 1 singles title for Montgomery Academy last year, was still alive in No. 1 singles. So was Houston Academy’s Braden Read, who finished runner-up to Torbert. Read and Robert Dunlap advanced Monday to the semifinals at No. 1 doubles – as did Torbert and William Robertson for the Eagles. 
    Defending state champ Altamont had 16 points and was third in the standings.

CLASS 1A/3A       
    Bayside Academy posted 20 points by late Monday afternoon to take the early lead with several matches still to be played in the Class 1A/3A State Tennis Tourney at Point Mallard’s Jimmy Johns Tennis Center.  Sisters Claire and Evelyn Prickett advanced to the semifinals at No. 1 doubles, and Claire, playing No. 1 in the singles competition, also advanced to the quarterfinals.
    Montgomery Academy, winners of five state titles in the last six years, tied for fourth with 12 points. Donoho was second with 17 and Houston Academy had 16.
    Play will conclude Tuesday.

CLASS 4A/5A TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS UMS-Wright Extends Girls’ Streak, Briarwood Ends UMS Boys’ Streak at Class 4A/5A Tennis Tourney

MOBILE – UMS-Wright’s Lady Bulldogs won the AHSAA Class 4A/5A State Tennis Championship for the record-setting ninth consecutive year Tuesday running away from the pack with 81 points. Runner-up St. Paul’s Episcopal had 33 and Saint James was third with 32.
     The UMS-Wright boys came into the 2017 state tourney also riding a state-record eight-year winning state championship streak but saw it come to an end as Briarwood Christian and St. Paul’s Episcopal finished 1-2 with 57 and 51 points, respectively, in the 4A/5A boys’ competition. UMS was third with 42 points.
     In individual action, Saint James senior Aaron Skier downed Douglas senior Alex Wisener 6-3, 6-3 in the boys’ No. 1 singles finals of the AHSAA Class 4A/5A State Tennis Championships at Mobile Tennis Center Tuesday.
    Sophomore Audrey Sewell of UMS-Wright won the girls’ No. 1 singles title with a 6-1, 6-2 victory over fellow sophomore Emma Beth Teel of Trinity Presbyterian. Coach Meridy Jones’ team swept five of six singles finals and two of the three doubles. The No. 1 doubles championship match was not completed.
    Elizabeth Swain won at No. 2 for the Bulldogs while teammates Tianna Dixon, Martha Williams and Adelaide Bell were champions at 3, 4 and 5. Katie Rowan of St. Paul’s won the No. 6 single title.
   In doubles play, Dixon and Williams teamed to capture the No. 2 title, and Anna Miller combined with Ellen Williams to win at No. 3. Trinity’s No. 1 doubles team of Emma Beth and Mary Conley Teel are scheduled to meet Briarwood Christian’s Kateleigh Calloway and Kara Coleman in the No. 1 doubles finals Wednesday due to the four-match limitation rule. The site and time was not determined at press time.
Coach Jeremy Mears’ Lions posted two singles wins and one doubles win to grab the championship. Freshman John Wolf posted s win at No. 2 singles for Briarwood winning 6-0, 6-1 over Jimmy Mackin of St. Paul’s. Eighth grader Alex Felts also won at No. 4. Other singles winners were Patrick McGowin of UMS (No. 3), Jack Citrin of St. Paul’s (No. 4) and Thomas Treadwell of Trinity Presbyterian (No. 6).
    The No. 1 doubles match finals between Briarwood’s duo of John and Luke Wolf versus Aaron Skier and Stephen Sides of Saint James was also postponed to Wednesday due to the match limitation. St. Paul’s Nathan Smith and Kessler Park won at 2 doubles and the Lions picked up a big win at 3 with Tyler Guerra and Felts winning 2-6, 6-2, 7-5 over UMS-Wright’s Giddens Fort and Trey Fowler. That match sealed the championship.
   Tuesday’s complete team and individual results can be found at  

Mountain Brook Sweeps AHSAA 7A Tennis Titles

    MONTGOMERY – Mountain Brook High School captured the AHSAA Class 7A boys’ and girls’ state tennis championships Tuesday in convincing fashion as the 2017 state tourney concluded at Lagoon Park.
    Coach Susan Farlow’s Spartans totaled 51 points in the boys’ division with runner-up McGill-Toolen Catholic second with 27. Vestavia Hills was third with 22. Farlow’s girls out-scored runner-up Spain Park 45-35 with Fairhope third with 23 points. The championships were the 28th overall for the Lady Spartans and 26th for the Mountain Brook boys. Both are AHSAA state records.
    McGill-Toolen junior Brooks Green captured the No. 1 singles championship with a 6-4, 7-6 (7-2) win over Mountain Brook senior Peter Hartman. Paul Jones (No. 3), Alva Caine (No. 5), William Watts (No. 6) won in their selected slots. McGill-Toolen’s Hallet Green won the No. 2 singles title and teammate Jordan Agagan won at No. 4.
    The Yellow Jackets’ duo, Hallett Green and Brooks Green, took the No. 1 doubles title beating Mountain Brook’s Hartman and David Faulkner 6-3, 6-4 in the finals.
The Lady Spartans’ strong depth helped Mountain Brook win three singles and two doubles titles. Sophomore Margaret Polk won the No. 1 singles for Farlow’s squad, beating Sydney Flesch of Huntsville 6-0, 6-2 in the finals. Polk won 36 of 39 games played in her six sets in the tourney.
    Spain Park’s Lindsay Song, Sydney Ellison and Mychelle Widra won at 2, 3 and 4. Mountain Brook’s Liz Vandevelde won No. 5 singles and teammate Morgan Jenkins won at No. 6.
    Sydney Ellison and Daryn Ellison beat the Enterprise duo of Mikaela Grubb and Lindsey Zerbinos in the No. 1 doubles finals, 6-0, 6-1. Mountain Brook’s Sarah Catherine Cooper and Cele Sullivan won at 2 doubles and the Lady Spartans’ team of Maggie Duggan and Liz Vandevelde won at No. 3.
    Complete team and individual results can be found at on its front page in the tennis section of in-season sports.   

CLASS 3A TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS Montgomery Academy Girls, Altamont Boys Win Titles

    MOBILE – Montgomery Academy’s girls won the AHSAA Class 1A /3A state tennis titles for the fifth time in the last six years and Altamont snapped the Eagles’ six-year championship run in the boys’ competition edging MA 61-55 Tuesday in the final day of the two-day tourney held at the Mobile Tennis Center.
     The Lady Eagles, coached by Tracy Smith, posted a 20-point cushion with 63 points as Montgomery Academy its 16th state crown overall dating back to 1971. Bayside Academy was second with 43 points and St. Luke’s of Mobile was third with 33.
      Altamont, coached by Barry Bearden, won it first state championship for the first time since 2010. 
     Eighth grader Kida Ferrari won the No. 1 singles title in the girls’ 1A/3A competition beating Houston Academy’s Nicola Voss 6-2, 6-0 in the championship match. Montgomery Academy’s Kate Dockery won at No. 2, Caroline Deale won No. 3 for the Eagles and teammate Martha Ernest won at No. 6. St. Luke’s Episcopal netter Whitney Novak won at No. 4 and Bayside’s Mary Catherine Branyon won at No. 6.
    Shoals Christian won the No. 1 doubles with Leigh Taylor Bishop and Karleigh Cross beating MA’s Elizabeth Robertson and Deale, 6-2, 6-4 in the finals. Novak and Anna Marie Bentley won at No. 2 and MA’s duo of Ernest and Lucy Chapman won at No. 3.
Montgomery Academy, coached by recently inducted Alabama High School Sports Hall of Fame coach David Bethea, had won six straight 1A/3A tennis championships heading into the state tourney. Sophomore James Torbert, last year’s No. 2 singles winner, gave the Eagles a boost with a 6-2, 6-2 victory over Houston Academy’s Braden Read in the No. 1 singles finals Tuesday.
   Altamont pulled out the championship with a win at No. 3 singles by Arjun Lakhanpal and doubles wins at No. 2 and 3 by the duos of Chris Mines and Arjun Guru and Mac Lidikay and Lakhanpal.
    Montgomery Academy won at No. 1 doubles with Torbert and William Robertson beating the Knights’ No. 1 doubles team Spencer Skidmore and Sameer Sultan.
    Houston Academy’s Collin Dorner and Trey Craven won No. 2 and No. 4 singles. Montgomery Academy’s Dalton Wallis and Hamilton Chapman won at 5 and 6 singles.
   Complete team and individual results can be found at on its front page in the tennis section of in-season sports.   

CLASS 6A TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS Decatur Girls, Florence Boys Win State Crowns

DECATUR – Florence High School’s boys captured the school’s first AHSAA state tennis championship in school history Tuesday edging runner-up Northview 48-44 at the Class 6A State Championships played at Jimmy Johns Tennis Center at Point Mallard in Decatur. Defending state champion Walker was third with 43.
    Florence junior Lily Holmes also won the No. 1 singles title in the girls’ competition as the Falcons finished second to Decatur. The Lady Red Raiders scored 64 points with runner-up Florence netting 46. Northridge had 42 to finish third
    Bradshaw on the Class 5A boys’ tennis title in 2004. The school merged with Coffee High School the next school year to form Florence High.
    The 6A boys’ No. 1 singles final was captured by Northview junior Chase Parker over Gulf Shores freshman Wes Lartigne, 6-1, 6-1. Walker’s Ben Hicks won at No. 2 singles. Florence freshman Luke Singletary won at No. 3, Northview’s Cody Bonds won at No. 4, Florence freshman Noah Tompkins captured 5 singles, and Walker’s Grayson Barber won at No. 6.
    Northview won at No. 1 doubles, Florence won at No. 2 and No. 3.
Coach Kyle Justice’s Lady Raiders won singles titles at 3, 4 and 6 and at No. 2 and 3 doubles to capture the first girls’ state tennis title in school history. Holmes won the No. 1 singles final over Homewood freshman Maggie White, 6-1, 6-2.
    Northridge’s Bella Swindoll won at No. 2. Decatur took over to win three of the last four singles championships as senior Anna Kathryn Layton won at No. 3, sophomore Beverly Fite won at No, 4 and sister Kimberly Fite, a seventh grader, won at No. 6. Florence netter Ruby Cunningham won the No. 5 singles.
    Homewood won the No. 1 doubles and Florence sealed the title with wins at 2 and 3 doubles.
    Complete team and individual results can be found at on its front page in the tennis section of in-season sports.   

Class 1A/3A Boys’ Teams Finish First Day Of State Championships in Tight Race

    MOBILE – Houston Academy held a slim 41-40 lead over six-time defending Class 1A/3A state boys’ tennis champion Montgomery Academy and Altamont after Monday’s first day of competition as the 2017 AHSAA  State Tennis Championships got underway at three sites.
     State tourneys for girls and boys are being held at Mobile Tennis Center for Classes 1A/3A and 4A/5A. The final round will get underway Tuesday morning. Class 7A girls’ and boys’ state tourneys are being held at Montgomery’s Lagoon Park Monday and Tuesday, and the Class 6A boys’ and girls’ state competition is underway the same two days at the Jimmy Johns Tennis Center located at Point Mallard in Decatur.
    James Tolbert of Montgomery Academy beat Cooper Montgomery of Donoho to advance out of the semis. Monday. He won all three matches Monday to reach the No. 1 singles finals for the first time. He captured No. 2 singles crown  in 2016
    He and older brother Bo also combined to win last year’s No. 1 doubles finals. Bo, who graduated in 2016, won the No. 1 singles title in ’16.
    Braden Read of Houston Academy was set to face Alex Cochran of Westbrook Christian in the other semifinal. That match had not been reported late Monday.
     Tolbert and William Robertson, who reached the No. 3 singles finals Monday, advanced to play Read and Collin Dorner of Houston Academy in the semifinals of No. 1 doubles.
     Montgomery Academy’s girls held a 40-33 lead over Bayside Academy in the girls’ 1A/3A competition Monday night. Houston Academy was third with 26 points and Altamont was fourth with 25. The Lady Eagles have won the state title eight of the last nine years.

BRIARWOOD LEADS 4A/5A BOYS’ TOURNEY:  Briarwood Christian held a six-point lead over the field in the Class 4A/5A state tournament at Mobile Tennis Center after Monday’s action. The Lions posted 38 points with LAMP and St. Paul’s Episcopal are tied for second with 32 points. UMS-Wright, winners of the state title for the last eight years, is fourth with 29 points.
    The UMS-Wright girls, also riding an eight-year winning streak, leads Briarwood Christian 44-42 heading into Tuesday’s action with Trinity Presbyterian third with 36 and Russellville fourth with 24.
CLASS 7A AT LAGOON PARK: Two-time defending state champion Mountain Brook held a 34-17 lead over Vestavia Hills in the boys’ competition Monday night, and the Lady Spartans was on top of the girls’ competition with 27 points. Fairhope and Spain Park were right behind with 21 and 20 points respectively. McGill-Toolen was third in the boys’ competition with 16 points.
CLASS 6A AT DECATUR: Decatur and Northridge were 1-2 after day one of the Class 6A girls’ tournament action at Point Mallard’s Jimmy Johns Tennis Center with 38 and 36 points, respectively. Florence was third with 31 points and Homewood, fourth with 21. Briarwood Christian, which won the 2015 and 2016 girls’ 6A state titles, is competing in the 4A/5A division in 2017.
    Defending Class 6A boys’ state champion Walker is tied with Muscle Shoals and Northview with 30 points each after the completion of Monday’s play. Florence is four points back at 26 points.
    Individual results can be found on the front page of in the tennis section of in-season results.

Briarwood Christian, Walker Claim AHSAA Class 6A State Tennis Titles

       MOBILE – Walker High School won the boys’ Class 6A state championship, and Briarwood Christian captured the Class 6A girls’ state crown as the AHSAA State Tennis Championships concluded Friday at Mobile Tennis Center.
    Walker scored 66 points to win its first state title since 2010. Runner-up Florence had 47 and Opelika finished third with 36 in the boys’ competition. Briarwood totaled 58 points and Walker took second place with 50 in the girls’ division.  Florence was third with 45 points.
     Sophomore Chase Parker of Northview beat Nathan Wang of Shades Valley in the No. 1 singles finals 5-7, 6-4, 6-2. Walker, however, sealed the boys’ championship winning three singles championships and two doubles titles.  Sophomores Tyler Banks, Ben Hicks and John Bertoldi won at No. 4 and 6 singles, respectively, for Coach Christian Matthews’ Vikings.
    Banks and Hicks also won at No. 2 doubles, Bertoldi and Eli Matthews won No. 3 doubles.  Capturing the No. 1 doubles title were Opelika’s Kevin Lazenby and Andrew Bizilia. The duo beat Dothan’s Peter Whitehurst and Jordan May in the finals, 6-3, 7-6. Whitehurst was the defending 6A singles champion.
    Northridge was named the Sportsmanship Award recipient.
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    Briarwood Christian, coached by Jeremy Mears, won two singles matches and still has senior Jud Tarence waiting to face defending Class 6A state singles champion Lilly Holmes, a Florence senior, in the No. 1 singles championship match. That match was postponed until Tuesday afternoon. It will be played at 5 p.m., at Cullman High School. Tarence had played four matches on Friday and, by state tournament rules, could not compete in a fifth match.
     Senior Frannie Ware also won at No. 4 singles for the Lions, and freshman Callie Ware won at No. 2.  Tarence and Holmes did square off in the No. 1 doubles finals Friday, however, with Holmes and Ruth Roberts giving Florence a 5-7, 6-1, 6-2 win. Tarence was playing with partner Kateleigh Calloway.
     The Lions already clinched the school’s first state title since 2013 prior to the final match.
     Saraland was selected the Sportsmanship Award recipient for the girls’ division.
    Complete finals results are below. All state tennis results can be found at


AHSAA Tennis Championships
Class 6A Final Results

Briarwood Christian 58; Walker 50; Florence 45; Northridge 40; Decatur 33; Cullman 29; Saraland 22; Albertville 17; Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa 14; Northview 10; Homewood 7; Opelika 4; Gulf Shores 2.
Sportsmanship winner: Saraland.

No. 1 –
Lilly Holmes, Florence  vs. Jud Tarence, Briarwood Christian, postponed until Tuesday, 5 p.m., at Cullman HS.
No. 2 – Callie Ware, Briarwood d. Emily Overbee, Decatur, 6-3, 6-2.
No. 3 –Olivia Hayes, Walker d. Izzy Nolan, Northridge, 6-1, 6-4.
No. 4 – Frannie Ware, Briarwood Christian d. Mary Ann Wolfe, Walker, 6-2, 6-3.
No. 5 – Emily, Graves, Cullman d. Katelyn Bussey, Briarwood Christian, 7-6, 1-6, 6-4.
No. 6 – Edy Smith, Florence d. Alyssia Steed, Saraland, 6-0, 6-1.
No. 1 –
Lilly Holmes/Ruth Roberts, Florence d. Jud Tarence/Kateleigh Calloway, Briarwood Christian, 5-7, 6-1, 6-2.
No. 2 – Beverly Fite/Anna Katherine Layton, Decatur d. Natalie Bleazard/Holley Beth Spivy, Walker, 6-3, 7-6.
No. 3 – Kelsi Wilson/Kenna Eldridge, Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa d. Mary Ann Wolfe/Shanna Watt, Walker, 6-1, 6-2.

Walker 66; Walker 47; Opelika 36; Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa 33; Cullman 31; Briarwood Christian 27; Dothan 24; Spanish Fort 24; Saraland 17; Gulf Shores 10; Austin 6; Muscle Shoals 6; Albertville 2.
Sportsmanship winner: Northridge.

No. 1 –
Chase Parker, Northview d. Nathan Wang, Shades Valley, 5-7, 6-4, 6-2.
No. 2 – Adam Self, Spanish Fort d. Connor Borresen, Cullman, 6-3, 6-3.
No. 3 – Tyler Banks, Walker d. Nikhii Boorgu, Florence, 6-1, 4-6, 6-2.
No. 4 – Ben Hicks, Walker d. Christian Ragsdale, Briarwood Christian, 6-3, 6-1.
No. 5 – Noah Davis, Florence d. Tag Shaw, Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa, 6-4, 6-2.
No. 6 – John Bertoldi, Walker d. Jach Ruserlyan, Florence, 6-3, 1-6, 6-3.
No. 1 –
Kevin Lazenby/Andrew Bizilia, Opelika d. Peter Whitehurst/Jordan May, Dothan, 6-3, 7-6.
No. 2 – Tyler Banks/Ben Hicks, Walker d. Scott Carpenter/Connor Pruett, Opelika, 7-5, 6-0.
No. 3 – Eli Matthews/John Bertoldi, Walker d. Noah Davis/Jach Ruserlyan, Florence, 4-6, 7-5, 6-4.

Montgomery Academy Captures AHSAA 1A/3A Boys & Girls State Tennis Championships

      MONTGOMERY  – Montgomery Academy’s boys won its sixth straight state tennis championship and the Montgomery Academy girls won its eighth title in the last nine seasons as the Eagles swept the AHSAA Class 1A/3A state tennis championships concluded Wednesday at Lagoon Park.
     Coach David Bethea’s boys won five of the six singles championships and all three doubles titles to post 61 points. Runner-up Altamont had 26, American Christian and Houston Academy tied for third with 21 each.
     Senior Bo Torbert won the No. 1 singles championship for the third year in a row. He beat John David Shealy of American Christian 6-0, 6-0 in the finals Wednesday and also joined his younger brother James Torbert to win the No. 1 doubles title over Madison Academy’s Dylan Young and Thomas Lambdin, 7-6, 6-1.  Janes, a freshman, also won at No. 2 singles.
     Other singles winners included Allen Millsap, Wyatt Davidson and William Robertson, at 4, 5 and 6, respectively, for MA.  Dylan Fullilove of Altamont prevented a complete sweep winning the No. 3 singles title over Robert Dunlap of Houston Academy, 6-3, 5-7, 6-3.
     Westbrook Christian was selected the boys’ Sportsmanship Award recipient.

Montgomery Academy Girls Win 8th Title in Last 9 Years
     Montgomery Academy’s Lady Eagles scored 56 points, winning two singles winners and won all three doubles championships to take the title. Bayside Academy, which won the other four singles championships, was second with 40 points and Decatur Heritage finished third with 23.
     MA, coached by Fairlie Herron and Tommy Traylor, won the No. 4 singles championship with senior Lucy Massey beating Kristen Cates of Westminster-Oak Mountain 6-4, 6-7, 6-4 in the finals. Freshman Shelby Slawson won the No. 6 singles. Elizabeth Robertson and Holland Griffin downed Abby Tubbs and Lizzie Bishop of Decatur Heritage in the No. 1 doubles finals 6-2, 6-4.   Kate Dockery and Massey won No. 2 doubles, and Sellers McConnell joined Martha Earnest to take the No. 3 doubles crown.
       Abby Warner of Bayside won the No. 1 singles championship beating Erin Young of Madison Academy 6-1, 6-0.  Kida Ferrari, Evelyn Pickett and Mary Catherine Branyon also won singles in the No. 2, 3 and 5 slots. 
  Altamont was the Sportsmanship Award recipient for the girls’ division.
    Complete finals results are below. All completed tennis results can be found at


AHSAA Tennis Championships
Class 1A/3A Final Results

Montgomery Academy 56; Bayside Academy 40; Decatur Heritage 23; Shoals Christian 12; Donoho 11; Westminster-Oak Mountain 9; Altamont 6; American Christian 6; Madison Academy 4.
Sportsmanship winner: Altamont.

No. 1 –
Abby Warner, Bayside Academy d. Erin Young, Madison Academy, 6-1, 6-0.
No. 2 – Kida Ferrari, Bayside Academy d. Karleigh Cross, Shoals Christian, 6-0, 6-0.
No. 3 – Evelyn Pickett, Bayside Academy d. Kate Dockery, Montgomery Academy, 7-5, 4-6, 6-4.
No. 4 – Lucy Massey, Montgomery Academy d. Kristen Cates, Westminster, OM, 6-4, 6-7, 6-2.
No. 5 – Mary Catherine Branyon, Bayside Academy d. Sellers McConnell, Montgomery Academy, 7-6, 6-0.
No. 6 – Shelby Slawson, Montgomery Academy d. Annamarie Woodfin, Donoho, 7-6, 6-4.

No. 1 –
Elizabeth Robertson/Holland Griffin, Montgomery Academy d. Abby Tubbs/Lizzie Bishop, Decatur Heritage, 6-2, 6-4.
No. 2 – Kate Dockery/Lucy Massey, Montgomery Academy d. Brooklyn Parker/Lida Orr, Decatur Heritage, 6-2, 4-6, 10-7.
No. 3 – Sellers McConnell/Martha Earnest, Montgomery Academy d. Avery Bowman/Baily Founds, Decatur Heritage, 6-1, 6-1.

Montgomery Academy 61; Altamont 26; American Christian 21; Houston Academy 21; Donoho 18; Madison Academy 8; Westbrook Christian 3.
Sportsmanship winner: Westbrook Christian.

No. 1 –
Bo Torbert, Montgomery Academy d. John David Shealy, American Christian, 6-0, 6-0.
No. 2 – James Torbert, Montgomery Academy d. Braden Reed, Houston Academy, 6-1, 7-5.
No. 3 – Dylan Fullilove, Altamont d. Robert Dunlap, Houston Academy, 6-3, 5-7, 6-3.
No. 4 – Allen Millsap, Montgomery Academy d. Arjun Lakhanpal, Altamont, 6-2, 6-0.
No. 5 – Wyatt Davidson, Montgomery Academy d. Gray Hanley, Donoho, 6-1, 7-5.
No. 6 – William Robertson, Montgomery Academy d. Mac Lidikay, Altamont, 6-3, 7-5.
No. 1 –
Bo Torbert/James Torbert, Montgomery Academy d. Dylan Young/Thomas Lambdin, Madison Academy, 7-6, 6-1.
No. 2 – Clayton Muller/Allen Millsap, Montgomery Academy d. David Hudson/Cooper Montgomery, Donoho, 6-1, 6-0.
No. 3 – Wyatt Davidson/Camp Spain, Montgomery Academy d. Clark Thomason/Connor Quit, American Christian, 6-0, 6-2.

UMS-Wright Sweeps Class 4A-5A State Tennis Championships

       MOBILE  – UMS-Wright High School’s boys’ and girls’ tennis teams each won a state championship Wednesday as the AHSAA Class 4A/5A state tennis championships concluded at the Mobile Tennis Center.
       The sweep was the eighth straight for the school – with Coach Meridy Jones’ girls and Coach Rick Cleveland’s boys claiming state titles each year since 2009. The tournament was scheduled to conclude Tuesday afternoon but the boys’ and girls’ No. 1 singles and No. 1 doubles finals were played Wednesday.
       The Bulldogs scored 74 points sweeping four singles championships in the boys’ competition and captured the No. 1 doubles competition. Trinity Presbyterian finished second with 56 points and LAMP was third with 34.
      Winning singles titles were seniors Nicholas Anez (No. 1) and Clay Baker (No. 2), sophomore Patrick Kraver (No. 3) and junior Patrick McGowin (No. 4).  Anez, who beat Trinity senior Tyler Vermillion in the singles finals 6-0, 6-1, teamed with Kraver to win the No. 1 doubles title over Vermillion and Charlie Trotman, 6-3, 6-4.
     Sylacauga was selected the Sportsmanship Award recipient.

UMS-Wright Girls Win 5 Singles Titles
     UMS-Wright won five of six singles championships to score 75 points and runner-up Saint James had 54 in the girls’ competition.  St. Paul’s Episcopal was a close third with 52 points and LAMP had 36.
     Claiming the No. 1 singles championship for the Lady Bulldogs was freshman Audrey Sewell, who beat St. Paul’s senior Ann Mason Hunter, 6-2, 6-4 Wednesday morning. Also winning singles titles for UMS were seventh grader Tianna Dixon (No. 2), freshman Martha Williams (No. 3), sophomores Adelaide Bell (No. 5) and Anne Harvey (No. 6).  Sewell and Dixon won the No. 1 doubles title over Saint James senior Clayton Waring and freshman Bea Richardson, winning 6-3, 6-2 in the final match of the tournament Wednesday afternoon. 
    Sylacauga was the Sportsmanship Award recipient for the girls’ division.
    Complete finals results are below. All completed tennis results can be found at


AHSAA Tennis Championships
Class 4A/5A Final Results

UMS-Wright 75; Saint James 54; St. Paul’s Episcopal 52; LAMP 36; Sylacauga 25; Randolph 23; Sardis 22; Deshler 17; Boaz 10; Oneonta 9; Helena 8; Corner 6; Brooks 4; West Point 3.
Sportsmanship winner: Helena.

No. 1 –
Audrey Sewell, UMS-Wright vs. Ann Mason Hunter, St. Paul’s, 6-2, 6-4.
No. 2 – Tianna Dixon, UMS-Wright d. Seline Morrisette, St. Paul’s, 6-4, 6-1.
No. 3 – Martha Williams, UMS-Wright d. Monnie Slaton, St. Paul’s, 6-4, 6-0.
No. 4 – Frances Case, St. Paul’s d. Ellen Williams, UMS-Wright, 5-7, 6-2, 6-2.
No. 5 – Adelaide Bell, UMS-Wright d. Bea Richardson, Saint James, 7-5, 6-1.
No. 6 – Anne Harvey, UMS-Wright d. Sue Richardson, Saint James, 6-1, 6-4.
No. 1 –
Audrey Sewell/Tianna Dixon, UMS-Wright vs. Clayton Waring/Bea Richardson, Saint James, 6-3, 6-2.
No. 2 – Ella Skier/Chloe Miramontes, Saint James d. Minhee Jeon/Harmony Frye, LAMP, 7-6, 4-6, 7-6.
No. 3 – Monnie Slaton/Glenn Case, St. Paul’s d. Adelaide Bell/Anne Harvey, UMS-Wright, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4.

UMS-Wright 74; Trinity Presbyterian 56; LAMP 34; Randolph 31; Russellville 30; Fayette County 21; St. Paul’s Episcopal 20; Guntersville 18; Sylacauga 17; Helena 12; Brewbaker Tech 11; West Point 11; Douglas 10; Jacksonville 6; Mortimer Jordan 2.
Sportsmanship winner: Sylacauga.

No. 1 –
Nicholas Anez, UMS-Wright d. Tyler Vermillion, Trinity, 6-0, 6-1.
No. 2 – Clay Baker, UMS-Wright d. Jaemin Kim, LAMP, 6-1, 6-2.
No. 3 – Patrick Kraver, UMS-Wright d. Jack Citrin, St. Paul’s, 3-6, 6-2, 6-1.
No. 4 – Patrick McGowin, UMS-Wright d. Porter Simpler, Trinity, 6-0, 6-2.
No. 5 – Joshua Kim, LAMP d. Peter Van Lingen, UMS-Wright, 7-5, 4-6, 6-0.
No. 6 – Kasey Collazo, LAMP d. Porter James, Russellville, 6-2, 6-3.
No. 1 –
Nicholas Anez/Patrick Kraver, UMS-Wright d. Tyler Vermillion/Charlie Trotman, Trinity, 6-3, 6-4.
No. 2 – Jake Williams/Levi Hargett, Russellville d. Peter Van Lingen/Johann Phann, UMS-Wright, 1-6, 7-5, 7-6.
No. 3 – Max Williams/Joppa Pendley, Trinity d. Sean Davis/Dominick Lioce, Randolph, 6-2, 6-0.