Girls Tennis news
Ottawa's Jenna Smithmeyer and Rylee O'Fallon merged different personalities to finish all-state and as The Times 2022 Girls Tennis Players of the Year.
Meet the 2022 Northwest Herald All-Area girls tennis team.
Jacobs' Chloe Siegfort was one of the most dominant girls tennis players in Fox Valley Conference history. She never lost an FVC match and is the Northwest Herald Girls Tennis Player of the Year.
Dhruthi Daggubati, who had consecutive 30 win seasons at No. 1 singles and was the 2022 sectional singles champion, is the 2022 Chronicle girls tennis player of the year.
Plainfield North's Jessica Kovalcik finished second in singles at Class 2A state tennis tournament; plus results from boys soccer and boys and girls cross country regionals
After winning three matches on Day 1 of the IHSA girls tennis state meet, Dixon’s doubles team of senior Leah Kuehl and sophomore Grace Ferguson lost their fourth-round consolation match on Friday.
The Dixon doubles team of Leah Kuehl and Grace Ferguson won three matches in the consolation bracket Thursday to advance to Day 2 of the IHSA Class 1A Girls State Tennis Tournament in the Chicago suburbs.
Richmond-Burton’s Savannah Webb and Jacobs’ Chloe Siegfort advanced in their respective girls tennis state tournaments after strong play on Thursday. Plus more scores from girls volleyball and girls swimming.
Images from the first day of the IHSA girls state tennis tournament on Thursday, Oct. 20, 2022.
After making the tough decision to miss her grandmother's funeral in Pittsburgh, Sterling sophomore Ellie Aitken stuck around and qualified for state at the 1A Geneseo Sectional last Saturday, then joined her family in Pittsburgh later in the day.
After holding serve and winning the 1A Rochelle Sectional doubles title as the top seed, Dixon senior Leah Kuehl and sophomore Grace Ferguson are ready for the challenge in their second straight trip to the state meet.
Ottawa, L-P and Morris have their standouts ready to compete at the IHSA state tennis meet.
Jacobs' Chloe Siegfort and Richmond-Burton's Savannah Webb are ready to begin their quests at the IHSA Girls Tennis State Tournaments, which start on Thursday.
Savannah Millard persevered through a grueling day at last Friday's sectional meet to take second place, and in doing so the Oswego freshman became the school's first state tennis qualifier since 2009.
The Ottawa girls tennis team won their own 1A sectional, and like L-P will send three to the state tournament, with Morris sending a single state qualifier.