Prep Tennis

Heritage School players advance to GISA tournament

by Staff Reports

Several Heritage School tennis players advanced to next week’s GISA individual state tournament with solid performances at the Region 1-AAA region tournament.

The No. 1 singles spot came down to a match between Heritage School teammates with Joe Sterrey defeating Hamza Khan to earn the top spot out of the region. Khan enters the state tournament as the No. 2 seed.

Chris Troung earned the No. 3 spot in Region 1-AAA singles.

The boys doubles team of Grayson Parker and Will Farr defeated the doubles team from Weber School to earn the No. 1 seed.

Lawson Harris and Phillip Turner secured the No. 4 after the region tournament.

Tate Crymes earned the No. 2 seed in girls singles.

Crymes, Sterrey and Khan all earned All-Region honors in singles.

The team of Grayson Parker and Will Farr earned All-Region in doubles.


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