Singles and Doubles Tennis Pairings Released

Coach Lancaster and his son, No. 2 seeded Brandon Lancaster | Photo by Tim Webb

Coach Lancaster and his son, No. 2 seeded Brandon Lancaster | Photo by Tim Webb

Tiger Tennis is the only school with two seeded singles players entering the KHSAA Tennis State Championships this week at the University of Kentucky.  Brandon Lancaster (2) and Drew Singerman (5) represent St. Xavier in the individual competition.  Both doubles teams are also seeded for Tiger Tennis.  Matt Graft/Nick Waldeck (2) and Coleman Cox/Nick Quinones (3) will represent St. Xavier in the doubles competition.

The First Round Pairings have been released and here are the matchups for Tiger Tennis’ players:

SINGLES

Thursday, May 15 10:30 AM
63 Dillon Moore, Freshman Lee County vs. 64 Brandon Lancaster, Junior (2) St. Xavier

Thursday, May 15 10:30 AM
25 Drew Singerman, Freshman (5) St. Xavier vs. 26 KaiKai Suvimolstean, Freshman Oneida Baptist

DOUBLES

Thursday, May 15 9:15 AM
63 Owen Collins, 8th Grade/Micah Robbins, Junior Middlesboro vs. 64 Matt Graft, Sophomore/Nick Waldeck, Junior (2) St. Xavier

Thursday, May 15 9:15 AM
17 Coleman Cox, Senior (3) St. Xavier/Nick Quinones, Senior (3) St. Xavier vs. 18 Jake Haught, Sophomore/Nathan Wichmann, Senior Covington Catholic

[2014 KHSAA Tennis State Championships Singles Bracket]

[2014 KHSAA Tennis State Championships Doubles Bracket]

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About Jacob Hayslip

Senior at Saint Xavier High School. Editor-In-Chief of WSTX Sports.

Posted on May 12, 2014, in Tiger Tennis and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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