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Arendell Parrott Academy
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
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CANCELLED
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North Raleigh Christian Academy
North Raleigh Christian Academy
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CANCELLED
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The Montessori School of Raleigh
Millbrook Exchange Community Center
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CANCELLED

Roster

  • Jonathan Anders
    2024
    New Hill, NC
  • Samuel Bratton
    2023
    Raleigh, NC
  • John Coley
    2022
    Holly Springs, NC
  • Thomas DeLoache
    2022
    Raleigh, NC
  • Anderson Ferrell
    2023
    Raleigh, NC
  • Jackson Moore
    2023
    Raleigh, NC
  • Charles Moses
    2023
    Cary, NC
  • Jackson Rouser
    2023
    Raleigh, NC
  • Jacob Suh
    2023
  • Noah Suh
    2024

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Team Stories

Undefeated Champs As Well!
Steve Barnes

The middle school tennis team captured the Capital Area Middle School Conference title and completed a perfect season with a 5-4 victory over North Raleigh Christian Academy Thursday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. Jacob Suh (8-1), J.T. Coley (9-7), Jack Anders (8-3) and Charlie Moses (8-1) gave the Warriors a 4-2 advantage after singles. “J.T. had the key match,” said coach Josh Seligson, whose team finished 13-0. “He was down two games and at match point, but battled all the way back to win four straight games. That kept us from being tied after singles. Jack and Noah (Suh) sealed it by winning the first doubles match. It was a true team effort and I’m very proud of my guys.” 

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Warriors Win Nail-Biter
Steve Barnes

The middle school tennis Warriors will play for the conference championship Thursday after a 5-4 come from behind victory over Cary Christian Tuesday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. St. David’s is the top seed with a 12-0 record, but trailed 4-2 after singles. The Warriors fought back as Noah Suh/Jack Anders (8-0) and Jacob Suh/Jackson Moore (8-6) won their doubles matches, leaving the rest of the season up to the duo of JT Coley and Jackson Rouser. The two battled back from a two game deficit to win, 9-7, in a tiebreaker that put SDS into the title match. “They were amazing under pressure,” said coach Josh Seligson. “Jackson picked the perfect time to play his best match of the year and both of them were pulling off amazing shots. I’m most proud that we didn’t give up after trailing just about the entire match.”

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MS Tennis Advances
Steve Barnes

The top seeded middle school boys tennis team rolled into the Capital Area Middle School Conference semi-finals with an 8-1 opening round rout of Franklin Academy Monday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. The Warriors will host number four Cary Christian Tuesday at 4 p.m.  St. David’s swept the six singles matches and won two doubles for the final margin. Tom Deloache needed an hour and forty five minutes to defeat his opponent, 9-8.  “The match was back and forth all day and I’m proud of the way he hung in there and competed,” said coach Josh Seligson, whose team is 13-0. “He never lost his confidence and he won some tough points. Jacob Suh (8-0), J.T. Coley (8-2), Noah Suh (8-2), Jack Anders (8-0) and Charlie Moses (8-0) also won singles.  Suh/Suh (8-2) and Anders Ferrell/Jackson Rouser (8-4) took doubles.

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The middle school boys tennis Warriors swept all three doubles matches for a 6-3 victory over Magellan Charter Monday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. The teams were tied 3-3 after singles as Jacob Suh (8-0), Noah Suh (8-5) and Jack Anders (9-7) won for St. David’s.  Jacob Suh/Jackson Moore (8-0), Noah Suh/Anders (8-2) and Jackson Rouser/Tom DeLoache (8-5) kept the Warriors undefeated at 10-0 and wrapped up the top seed in next week’s conference tournament. “I’m proud of the way the guys competed,” said coach Josh Seligson. “Doubles pulled us through again today.”

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MS Tennis Wins Close One
Steve Barnes

The middle school tennis Warriors match against Cary Christian came down to the final doubles match Thursday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. Noah Suh and Jack Anders prevailed 8-5 to give St. David’s a hard-fought 5-4 victory. The Warriors were down 3-1 early in singles, but Sambo Bratton (8-6) and Noah Suh (8-6) tied the scored with victories. Jacob Suh and Anders Ferrell teamed for an 8-6 doubles win for a 4-3 advantage before the Knights came back to tie, setting the stage for the final match victory. “Almost every match was a battle that could have gone either way,” said coach Josh Seligson, whose Warriors are 9-0. “Cary Christian gave us all we wanted and I’m proud of our guys for coming back after we were down early. It was our most competitive match of the season without a doubt.” Jacob Suh won his singles match, 8-1, to complete the SDS scoring.

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