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OFSAA Tennis Results 2015

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OFSAA Tennis 2015


High School Results

High School Boys Singles:

1.Grant McPherson – St. Michael Catholic SS (WOSSAA)  8 to 3

2. Matt Kovacs – Catholic Central HS (WOSSAA)

3. Jonah Baryliuk – Monsignor Paul Dwyer CHS (LOSSA) 8 to 6

4. Matthew Ross – St. Michael’s College (CISAA)

High School Boys Doubles:

1. Kurtis Dean & Luke Vesz- Humberview S.S (ROPSSAA) 8-7(7-2)

2. Waleed Baig & Nikhil Taneja – A.B. Lucas SS (WOSSAA)

3. John & Luke Fischer – Stratford Central (WOSSAA)  8 to 4

4. Connor Hutchinson & Tyler Lam – Holy Trinity School (CISAA)

High School Girls Singles:

1.  Jules Johnson – Oakridge SS (WOSSAA)  8 to 2

2. Mara Stroe – J Clarke Richardson (LOSSA)

3. Megan Gilkes – Holy Trinity School (CISAA) 8 to 5

4. Sierra Olsthoorn – Waterloo CI (CWOSSA)

High School Girls Doubles:

1. Catherine Rastin & Clara Rastin- St. Patrick (SWOSSAA) 8 to 3

2. Victoria Tseng Paepcke & Caroline Feeley- Lorne Park S.S. (ROPSSAA)

3. Portia Tabone & Morgan Simard- Lajeunesse (SWOSSAA) 8 to 2

4. Victoria Forcina & Divya Santhanam- UTS (TDCAA)

High School Mixed Doubles:

1.  Matt Fenerty & Zante Botha – Mother Teresa CSS (WOSSAA)  8 to 4

2. Meg Killeen & Matt Gibbard-McCall – Lawrence Park (TDSSAA)

3. Sarah Harling & Lachlan Carmichael – Lawrence Park (TDSSAA) 8 to 6

4. Renee Resendes & Ryan Resendes- Holy Names (SWOSSAA)

OFSAA Tennis 2015 Open Results

Open Boys Singles:

1.  Mark Jensen Oakville Trafalgar (GHAC) 8 to 6

2.  Peter Coombs Oakville Trafalgar (GHAC)

3. Christopher Corrao- Bill Crothers (YRAA) 8 to 7

4. John Drake – Eden High School (SOSSA)

Open Boys Doubles:

1.  Martin Hong & Peter Divilek Abbey Park (GHAC) 8 to 3

2. Brooks Coffey & Alp Tezol – North Toronto (TDSSAA)

3. Nic Loncar & Spencer Grant Oakville Trafalgar (GHAC) 8 to 1

4. James Stevenson & Victor Li – St. Andrew’s College (CISAA)

Open Girls Singles:

1.  Mya Bui – PickeringHS (LOSSA) 8 to 3

2. Ksenia Providokhina – Bill Crothers SS (YRAA)

3. Anna Maria Buraya – Bayview Glen (CISAA) 8 to 6

4. Rebecca Herrington – Banting (GBSSA)

Open Girls Doubles:

1.  Layne Van Buskirk & Silvia Verebes- Holy Names (SWOSSAA) 8 to 4

2. Alicia Opatowski & Carleyah McLean – Dunbarton HS (LOSSA)

3.  Katherine Yampolsky & Alex Fainblum – Thornhill SS (YRAA) 8 to 7 (7-1)

4. Ecaterina Camer & Taylor Cheung-Damonte – Lawrence Park (TDSSAA)

Open Mixed Doubles:

1. Teona & Victor Velehorschi- Massey (SWOSSAA) 8-7 (7-5)

2. Selena Celic & Adrian Mag- Tecumseh Vista (SWOSSAA)

3. Sara Krupica & Milos Markovic – Humberside (TDSSAA) 8 to 6 

4. Petar Vucenovic & Jelena Vucenovic – A.N. Myer S.S. (SOSSA) 

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