Mark Williams went 8-0 on two upper level courts to move up four spots in the Spring/Summer Standings. The eight wins improved his season record to 35-22 and jumper his Pairings Points from 1,318 to 1,401. Both courts had ratings in the 25 to 29 range. This marked the second and third times Williams has gone undefeated on courts in this range and he now has a 55-56 (49.5%) lifetime record at this level.
Court winners this week were: Williams (2), Doug Jones, Todd Wise, Tami Hochwalt, Jonathan Daugherty and Tricia Zeller. Click Week #14 court results for more.
The 8th Annual Battle at the Mudhole Columbus, OH Summer Platform Tennis Tournament is Saturday July 10. All teams are guaranteed at least three matches. Balls, beer & lunch are included for $100 per team. Contact 614-873-8749 to register.
Summer play began this week (Week #12 of the Spring/Summer Session). Matt Bolger made his Platform Tennis League debut and Kevin Taylor and Bill Boughton played for the first time in the 2021 Spring/Summer sessions.
Lawre Bonekemper, Harrison Rogers (2), Matt Bolger, Jill Jackson, Todd Wise, Rob Hinkle, Todd Minniear, Ralph Winterhalter, Jonathan Daugherty (2) and Scott Vaaler all won courts.
Results | Standings | Pairings
All levels. Thursdays. Glendale Lyceum.
32 of 50 spots are filled for session #1 of our Summer Platform Tennis League. Play starts Thursday, June 10 and lasts eight weeks until July 29. All match competent Greater Cincinnati platform tennis players and new players with 4.0+ tennis backgrounds are invited to participate in this session.
Harrison Rogers went 4-2 on two upper level courts to finish the Spring Session in third place in the overall standings (players with at least 15 sets played). Rogers finished Spring with a 38-26 win/loss record and carries a 15.83 standings points average in the combined Spring/Summer championship race.
Court winners this week were: Rogers, Doug Jones, Mark Williams, Rob Hinkle, Scott Vaaler (2), Tricia Zeller and Nate Peterson.
The Spring/Summer Leagues have one male and one female champion. The top 10 at the completion of the 11-week Spring session with at least 15 sets played are (player | standings points avg | won-loss record | pairings points):
Summer Platform Tennis League play starts Thursday, June 10. 30 players are registered with a total of 50 available spots. Session #1 will last eight weeks from June 10 to July 29. Play is on Thursday nights with flexible start times, 2x and guaranteed play options. All match competent levels/players are encouraged to participate.
Summit Country Day senior Elizabeth Fahrmeir made Ohio State High School history as she became the first female to compete in the boys individual state tennis tournament. Scott McIntosh, Summit Country Day Boys Tennis Coach and PT Leaguer (335 career sets), weighs in on Fahrmeir's accomplishment: