V Boys Tennis

Loss 0-7
They were significantly stronger, and arguably one of the best teams in all of New England. I was incredibly proud of how the KO team competed. We worked very hard and played some of our best tennis. Most importantly, we played with class and sportsmanship. This match was not about the outcome in terms of score, but rather about our guys demonstrating the right way to play the game. Jacob Schwartz (‘21)played singles as well as I have ever seen him hit against a player who is in the top 140 nationally. Jaden Weinstein (‘21) also played some of his best tennis, both in singles and doubles. The same can be said for Koby Braunstein (‘22) , who teamed with 7th grader Pratt Blair (‘26) in a hard fought 8-2 loss at #2 doubles. Ethan Raisner (‘21) played quite well in his doubles match, and 7th grader Ciaran Concepcion (‘26)  showed great composure at both #3 doubles with Wil Elliot (‘21) and at #6 singles. Will Jacobs (‘23)and Shumayl Sheik-Syed (‘22) made great strides in their exhibition singles matches, too. This group is a pleasure to coach, and we look forward to the next Wednesday vs. Hamden Hall.
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