2016 BCSS Tennis Championships

May 29, 2016 by  
Filed under Provincial and Territorial News

2016 BC Senior Tennis championships

AA Gold Medal Champions: Collingwood School: Mr. Al Rose (Coach), Mr. Andrew Wong (Coach)Amy Young, Madison Connell, Daniel Kerfoot, Liam Huebner, Brendan Artley,Jack Mathisen, Winnie Guo, Maya Negris, Neeki Alavi, Lauren Alderson, Isaac Davies, Nathan Yu, Nima Danaei, Morgan McCord, Kristine Falck,Dina Rahimian, Conor Robertso

AA Silver Medal: Brentwood College: Ms. M. McLean (Coach), Mr. C. Alscher (Coach). Wasay C, David K, Federico C, Louis K, Andres O-C, Leon S, Alejandro G-G, Christopher CFront Row: Nancy M, Bethany W, Maya J, Juliane B, Cindy Z, Tochukwu A, Faye L, Emma CMissing: Camila G-Q, 

AAA Gold Medal Champions: Heritage Woods Secondary: Mr. Kirsh (Coach), Ms. Paisley (Coach), Mr. Eugene Joy(Coach), Frank Pan, Eddie Wu, Chris Georgiev, Alex Kim, Tim Li, Jack Davis, Neel Phaterpekar, Jared Maclean,Jason Good, Stephen Wang, Kiran Phaterpekar, Megan Thomas, Jayden Nielsen, Andrea Gu, Vita Chan, Farah Jhumra,Renae Peng, Sam Bowen, Annie Ou, Cynthia Li, Jennifer Zheng, Jenny Zhang, Katherine Zhang, Lexa Nielsen
AAA Silver Medal: St. George’s / Crofton House

AAA Silver Medal: St. George’s / Crofton House: Mr. C. Klassen (Coach), Mr. G. Macken (Coach), Mr. S. Kwok (Coach), Ben Kirsh, Sasha Twardowski, Blair Ference, Max Gupta,Eric Cheng, Didier TraileFront Row: Kaitlan Chow, Ava Melenchuck, Sunny Liu, Maddy Law, Kaileigh Chow, Mary Lin, Jessica Sung, Mary Dong, G Brown, J Manion, Andrew Day, Branden Leung, James, O’Brien, Edward Yu,Cameron Sprague


Final Results:
Girls: 1. Crofton House School 2. Shawnigan Lake 3. Brentwood College 4. Terry Fox Secondary
Boys: 1. St. George’s School  2. Archbishop Carney Regional School 3. Shawnigan Lake 4. Brentwood College
On May 12 and 13, 2016 twelve junior boys teams and eight junior girls teams played for the right to callthemselves Provincial Champions. The tournament was played at the Burnaby Lake Tennis Club under sunnyskies and very warm temperatures.The Boys and Girls play on separate teams at the junior high level with the format being 4 singles matches and2 doubles matches with a super tiebreaker being used to break a 3-3 set tie.There were many close matches, great rallies andterrific shot making over the 2 days. After thelast ball had been struck the St. Georges JuniorBoys narrowly defeated Archbishop Carney in asuper tiebreaker to take the junior boys title. On the girl’ side, Crofton Junior Girls won a hard fought match against Shawnigan Lake School toclaim the title. St. George’s celebrates their second consecutive Junior Boys  Championship
During the two days the tournament participants and coaches were treated to an all you can eat Barbeque which kept the competitors fueled and ready for action. 

​Congratulations to all teams who played in the 2016 BCSS Tennis Provincial Championship Tournament!

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