Tag: tennis

Wayton Open is off to a promising start

Wayton Open [2015]

By BRIAN JENNINGS STAFF WRITER The eighth annual Wayton Open tennis tournament kicked off at local courts on Friday, July 10, and it continues to get bigger every year. The tournament started out as a one-day competition when former Southington High…

Girls tennis finishes 17-1

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The Lady Knights tennis team (17-1) wrapped up the regular season at home on Tuesday, May 26 with a 7-0 win over Bristol Eastern (9-9) on senior day. Alex Barmore, Angela Balaoing, Catie Wormer, and Natalia Gimenez swept singles play.…

Girls tennis stays hot in the CCC West

Natalia Gimenez returns a volley during a victory over Simsbury on May 15.

By BRIAN JENNINGS STAFF WRITER The Lady Knights tennis team (13-1) swept the week with three conference wins over Farmington, Hall, and Simsbury. Southington won easily in each contest, 5-2. The Knights started off the week by welcoming the Farmington Indians…

Knights sweep 3 powers, control the CCC West

No. 1 singles player Kunal Kataria returns a volley at a recent home meet.

By BRIAN JENNINGS STAFF WRITER Ever since the preseason when Southington coach Tony Mauro stated that this season’s team could be Southington’s strongest boys’ team in decades, his Knights have done nothing but backed their coach’s statement. With three wins this…

Boys Tennis wins the conference title

On Friday, May 22, the Southington High School athletic department honored Blue Knight tennis coach Tony Mauro with a plaque and an oversized tennis ball signed by the boys and girls varsity teams. Earlier this season, Mauro earned his 100th win as a varsity coach. Southington Athletic Director Eric Swallow, left, presented the award to Mauro, right, in a ceremony on the high school courts.

By BRIAN JENNINGS STAFF WRITER The Blue Knights (16-0) carried momentum from one of the most dramatic weeks in the boys tennis program’s history into the final full week of the season. The boys captured three more victories and clinched the…