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2022-23 Boys Tennis Individual State Tournament

Sectionals
Oct 4, 2022
Oct 5, 2022

(Rd. 1) to be played concurrently at team tennis regional sites.

Oct 8, 2022

 (Rd. 2 or 3), to be played at team tennis regional sites.

Times: Determined by host school.
Admission: Free (*Exception: The individual matches played at team regional and/or team semi-state sites may incur a $5 admission fee).
Official Tennis Ball: The Wilson US Open Extra Duty ball, the official ball of the IHSAA state tournament, will be provided. Wilson Ad 

1. Plainfield
2. Center Grove
3. Crawfordsville
4. Richmond
5. Jasper
6. Evansville Bosse
7. Bloomington South
8. Floyd Central
9. Carroll (Fort Wayne)
10. Kokomo
11. Marion
12. Fishers
13. Culver Academies
14. Concord
15. LaPorte
16. Munster

Regionals
Oct 15, 2022

Morning session at 10 am; Afternoon session at 2 pm.

Admission: Free.

Official Tennis Ball: The Wilson US Open Extra Duty ball, the official ball of the IHSAA state tournament, will be provided. Wilson Ad 

Note: For each player(s) listed below, the first record indicates regular season, the second indicates state tournament. Add both for overall season record.

SINGLES 

1. Fishers
Match 1: BYE vs. Adam Cox (12) Southmont (22-0; 5-0)
Match 2: Jaden Hollingsworth (12) Richmond (16-5; 3-0) vs. Rui Suzuki (12) Decatur Central (0-0; 4-0)
Championship: Adam Cox (12) Southmont (22-0; 5-0) vs. Match 2 winner.

2. Bedford North Lawrence
Match 1: Nicholas Shirley (12) Bloomington North (10-1; 5-0) vs. Max Renshaw (12) North Posey (20-0; 3-0)
Match 2: Isaac Nickelson (12) Crawford County (8-9; 1-0) vs. Jaylen Mullen (12) North Daviess (22-0; 5-0)
Championship: Match 1 winner vs. Match 2 winner.

3. Kokomo
Match 1: Reese Knoderer (12) Fishers (19-3; 4-0) vs. Kokomo winner
Match 2: Charles Behrman (12) Muncie Burris (19-2; 2-0) vs. Rylan Doden (12) Fort Wayne Blackhawk Christian (16-3; 3-0)
Championship: Match 1 winner vs. Match 2 winner.

4. LaPorte
Match 1: Isaiah Hostetler (12) Westview (21-0; 5-0) vs Ryan Cuma (12) Michigan City (16-3; 2-0)
Match 2: David Ousley (12) Whitko (XX-X; X-0) winner vs. Aidan Conley (12) Andrean (18-4; 4-0)
Championship: Match 1 winner vs. Match 2 winner.

DOUBLES

1. Fishers
Match 1: Oliver Seifert (11) | Michael Fryburg (11) Park Tudor (17-2; 3-0) vs. Myles Potter (12) | Jackson Kindell (12) Covington (20-1; 4-0)
Match 2: Kolton DeBoard (10) | Luke Morris (12) Connersville (13-4; 4-0) vs. Landon Sichting (10) | Aiden Pemberton (12) Indian Creek (18-2; 3-0)
Championship: Match 1 winner vs. Match 2 winner.

2. Bedford North Lawrence
Match 1: Jack VonDielingen (12) | Joseph Schmidt (11) Seymour (19-1; 5-0) vs. Gabe Wilke (11) | William Cusic (12) Evansville North (8-4; 4-0)
Match 2: Evan Chevalier (12) | Chase Richardson (11) Silver Creek (12-5; 2-0) vs. BYE
Championship: Match 1 winner vs. Evan Chevalier (12) | Chase Richardson (11) Silver Creek (12-5; 2-0).

3. Kokomo
Match 1: Bryce Wennen (12) | Myles Wennen (10) Eastern Hancock (21-1; 2-0) vs. Braedon McIntyre (11) | Michael Bao (10) Carmel (X-X; X-0)
Match 2: Andrew Loyd (12) | Charles Sauser (12) Winchester (x-x; x-x) vs. Gage Sefton (12) | Will Guthrie (11) Fort Wayne Blackhawk Christian (15-4; 3-0)
Championship: Match 1 winner vs. Match 2 winner.

4. LaPorte
Match 1: Max Bender (12) | Carver Miller (12) East Noble (19-1; 2-0) vs. Jake Westberry (10) | Luke Blumentritt (9) South Bend Saint Joseph (18-3; 3-0)
Match 2: Easton Strain (12) | Matt Manzuk (12) Plymouth (17-4; 4-0) vs. Nicholas Miedema (12) | Dominic Toschi (12) Hanover Central (16-4; 4-0)
Championship: Match 1 winner vs. Match 2 winner.

 

State
Oct 21, 2022
Oct 22, 2022

Site: Park Tudor School, 7200 N. College Avenue, Indianapolis.

Admission: All tickets sales will be digital only via GoFan ticketing. No cash. Please purchase tickets online in advance and show your purchase verification on your phone at the admission gate. $5 per day. Children age 5 and younger admitted free.

Photography: Double Edge Media is the official photography service of the IHSAA and posts state championship images for purchase. Website 

Official Tennis Ball: The Wilson US Open Extra Duty ball, the official ball of the IHSAA state tournament, will be provided. Wilson Ad 

Note: For each player(s) listed below, the first record indicates regular season, the second indicates state tournament. Add both for overall season record.

Singles & Doubles

Quarterfinals | Friday 2 pm ET 
Semifinals | Saturday 10 am ET
Championship | Saturday 2 pm ET

How Pairings Are Determined

Singles
1. The four regional champions will advance to the state singles finals on Friday and Saturday, along with the No. 1 undefeated singles players whose teams were eliminated during the semi-state tourney or the state finals.
2. Pairings for the singles state finals shall be conducted in the following manner:

The No. 1 singles player of the state championship team, provided he/she is undefeated, shall be the first placement.
Any undefeated No. 1 singles player from a defeated state finals tourney team shall be the next placement.
Any undefeated No. 1 singles player from a defeated semi-state tourney team shall be the next placement; if there is more than one qualifying individual from a semi-state team, the individual(s) with the greater number of individual matches won in team play during the tourney will receive the better placement.

The four players advancing to the individual state finals from the individual regional competitions will be the next placements. 

The individual regional champions will be the next placements. The individual regional champions with the greater number of individual matches won during the tourney (team and individual) will receive the better placements. The individuals shall be seeded by a blind draw if there is a tie with the individuals’ tourney records.

No other data shall be used to determine pairings.

Doubles
1. The four regional champions will advance to the state doubles finals on Friday and Saturday, along with the No. 1 undefeated doubles teams whose teams were eliminated during the semi-state tourney or the state finals.
2. Pairings for the doubles state finals shall be conducted in the following manner:

The No. 1 doubles team of the state championship team, provided it is undefeated, shall be the first placement. 
Any undefeated No. 1 doubles team from a defeated state finals tourney team shall be the next placement. 
Any undefeated No. 1 doubles team from a defeated semi-state tourney team shall be the next placement; if there is more than one qualifying doubles team from a semi-state team, the doubles team(s) with the greater number of individual matches won in team play during the tourney will receive the better placement.

The four doubles teams advancing to the doubles state finals from the doubles regional competitions will be the next placements.

The doubles team regional champions will be the next placements. The doubles team regional champions with the greater number of individual matches won during the tourney (team and individual) will receive the better placements. The doubles team shall be placed by a blind draw if there is a tie with the tourney records.

No other date shall be used to determine pairings.