Boys Tennis Blazing the Trail to Regionals

The boys tennis team has had an amazing winning season leading up to their regional tournament.


Noah Enoch, 11, of second doubles rushes to return the ball.

Maya Glaser, Staff Writer

In the week of 9/25, the tennis team completed their matches from the Doherty tournament, along with attempting to play Rampart and preparing for the regional tournament.

In their first match of the week, the Cougars defeated the Palmer team 6-1 in tournament matches, which had been rescheduled due to the tragedy at Doherty. The Cougars took home first place at the tournament.

Originally the Rampart match was at home, but the rainy weather caused for an unscheduled trip to Rampart in order to try and play their match on dry courts on Thursday. Ultimately, both the Coronado courts and the Rampart courts were too wet to play on, leaving the team to focus on regionals.

Noah Enoch, 11, and Jackson Schaeffer, 9, play second doubles. Noah says on the Rampart match and the past few matches, “Jackson is a great partner and I learn a lot from him.” Noah and Jackson have shown tremendous skill and teamwork throughout the season, and have a winning record to get them the first seed at regionals.

“Last week I think we all played out best to try to come up on top, and we all encourage each other to play our best,” Will White, 9, of four doubles comments. He and his partner Michael Ellis, 11, also have a winning record and have had an amazing season.

On October 4th and 5th, the boys will head to City Park in Denver to face 7 teams in the regional bracket, their toughest opponent being Denver East. Wish them luck as they play their hardest to get to state!