Here is the 2021 Nevada Preps All-Southern Nevada boys tennis team.
Here is the 2021 Nevada Preps All-Southern Nevada girls tennis team.
Palo Verde’s Jessica Bernales won the Class 5A girls singles championship Saturday, and teammates Cambell Ricci and Paisha Douglas took the doubles crown.
The Faith Lutheran boys defeated Palo Verde to win their first state championship, and the Palo Verde girls rolled past Faith Lutheran to claim their sixth title.
Audrey Boch-Collins holds on for a 6-0, 6-4 win over Palo Verde’s Caroline Lemcke, becomes the first player in Nevada history with four state singles titles.
Here are the schedules and results (when available) for the 2019 Nevada state tennis tournaments.
Here are the all-region boys tennis teams, as selected by coaches
Here are the all-region girls tennis teams, as selected by coaches
Audrey Boch-Collins, a junior from Clark, defeated Madison Smith of Coronado 6-0, 6-1 in the 4A girls state championship match at Bishop Manogue to become only the second girl in state history to win three individual state championships in singles.
Palo Verde’s Michael Andre rolled to a 6-0, 6-0 win over Green Valley’s Andre Millet to capture the boys singles championship in his first year of high school tennis.
The Cougars left no doubt about their place Nevada’s top team by notching their second consecutive 4A Nevada state title with an emphatic 15-3 victory over Palo Verde.
Palo Verde squeaked by Clark via a 38-32 tiebreaker to clinch a 10-9 victory and a third consecutive Class 4A state championship.
Boulder City’s boys tennis team and The Meadows’ girls tennis team defended their Class 3A state championships on Friday at Truckee High School.
Coronado beat Faith Lutheran 10-5, and Palo Verde defeated Reno 11-7 on Thursday at Bishop Manogue in the Class 4A state semifinals.
Clark rolled to a 14-4 victory over Reno in the state semifinals at Bishop Mangoue on Thursday to set up a rematch with the two-time defending state champion Panthers, who beat Coronado, 11-7, in the other semifinal.