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Senior Lochlan Seth prepares to serve ball, Monday, May 13.

Tennis prodigy Lochlan Seth: from state rankings to Colgate University’s courts

Lily Southall, Sports editor June 10, 2024

  Ranked as one of the top male tennis players in Massachusetts for his age group, senior Lochlan Seth has not only dominated the high school tennis courts but also established himself as a pivotal leader...

Girls' tennis off to slow start, playing well

Girls' tennis off to slow start, playing well

The Newtonite May 11, 2015

by Adam Rabinowitz Girls’ tennis, 3-2, has had a low start highlighted by close and tough matches. According to senior Sammy Marcus, a captain with seniors Taylor Lord and Cari Daniels, the Tigers are...

Photo by Robin Donohoe.

Boys' tennis off to slow start

The Newtonite May 12, 2014

by Adam Rabinowitz About halfway into the season, boys’ tennis hasn’t had the start it wanted. Currently 5-4, the Tigers are looking to step up their game as the season progresses. “So far we've...

Girls' tennis beats Walpole 5-0

The Newtonite April 30, 2012
by Ryan Condon A 5-0 win over Walpole at home Friday gave girls’ tennis a record of 3-3 after an 0-3 start to the season, according to senior Emily Chan, a captain with senior Katie Regan.

Girls' tennis drops match against Wellesley

The Newtonite April 12, 2012
by Ryan Condon Girls’ tennis, 0-3, lost 0-5 to Wellesley in a match that coach John Gautschi said was one of the team’s most competitive all season, despite the score.

Girls’ tennis closes season hindered by difficult weather

The Newtonite August 1, 2011
by Gloria Li Despite adverse weather throughout the season that impeded productivity during practices, junior Emily Chan, a captain with senior Emily Kelly, said she believes that everyone on girls’ tennis, 7-8, put forth commendable effort at each game.

Older JV players lead team

The Newtonite August 1, 2011
by Amanda Hills Throughout the season, JV girls’ tennis improved its volleys and basic strategies despite the ever-present rain, according to coach John Gaustchi. Gaustchi said the team had many players who were new to the sport.

Communication benefits JV

The Newtonite August 1, 2011
by Kristian Lundberg JV boys’ tennis “was exceptionally deep this year in its talent,” coach Katie Gryska said.

Tigers edge Brookline

The Newtonite August 1, 2011
by Gloria Li Boys’ tennis, 8-7, June 3 experienced its most exciting moment of the season by “beating Brookline 3-2 in order to make it into the State Tournament after losing to them earlier in the season 4-1,” said senior Eric Krasnow, the captain.
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