Dublin's girls' varsity tennis team is a growing program. Experience varies, from those who have played several years to those who are fairly new to the sport.
The program places a strong emphasis on fundamentals and over the course of just a single season, dedicated players can see tremendous growth in their game.
We have recently completed the new Christopher Horgan Tennis Center. The upgrade to state-of-the-art post-tensioned concrete courts allows the teams to begin outdoor practice on the first day of the season and also ensures that the Dublin School players are on the best surface available.
Dublin girls played their hearts out on Wednesday. They worked hard for every point and were tenacious and gracious. A very proud moment for Dublin to have shown such fortitude coupled with impeccable sportsmanship. Wow!! Great job Dublin!!
Mya Kerwin (Hancock, NH) - 8-3
Taya Kerwin (Hancock, NH) - 8-4
Amelia Pyron (Framingham, MA) -8-6
Grace Harrington (Sharon, NH) -8-4
Olivia O'Rourke (Peterborough, NH) - 8-6
Antonia Bean (Montpelier, VT) - 0-8
Mya/Taya - 8-3
Grace/Antonia - 8-4
Amelia/Olivia - 6-8
Today was an interestingly fun coed match against Eagle Hill. Kinda reminded us of a World Team Tennis match with the 7 - 0 victory going to Dublin.
Rohan Gold (Forest Hills, NY) and James Wolpe (Dublin, NH) filled the one and two spots Amelia Pyron (Framingham, MA) while and Olivia O'Rourke (Peterborough, NH) took on the three and four singles matches.
Team Kerwin ( Mya and Taya Kerwin (Hancock, NH)) got the doubles rolling as Owen Mortner (Cambridge, MA) and Alex Goltz (Dallas, TX) followed suit. Otto Vogel (Dublin, NH) and Grace Harrington (Sharon, NH) finished out the match at #3. Great job everyone!
The Dublin girls played with heart and fought the tough conditions of extreme heat and longer matches. The scores do not reflect the feel of the match. The points were long and there were many sudden death points that didn’t go our way. Such a proud day for the Dublin girls as they never gave up and presented strong right to the end.
Amelia Pyron (Framingham, MA) won her match in a second set tie breaker.
The Dublin girls dominated the match on Saturday for a full sweep. The entire line up played strong and worked hard for what appeared to be an easy win. Dublin girls not only played well but conducted themselves with grace and good sportsmanship throughout the entire match. Very proud of these young ladies.
Mya Kerwin 8-1 (Hancock, NH)
Taya Kerwin 8-3 (Hancock, NH)
Amelia Pyron 8-0 (Framingham, MA)
Grace Harrington 8-1 (Sharon, NH)
Olivia O'Rourke 8-1 (Peterborough, NH)
Antonia Bean 8-1 (Montpelier, VT)
Rebecca Magruder 8-6 (Atlanta, GA)
The girls' tennis team scored a 6-3 win against Stoneleigh-Burnham Wednesday afternoon in very chilly and windy conditions. Taya Kerwin won an exciting match 9-8 in a tie-break.
Mya Kerwin vs. Stoneleigh-Burhnam #1 1-8
Taya Kerwin vs. Stoneleigh-Burhnam #2 9-8
Amelia Pyron vs. Stoneleigh-Burhnam #3 8-4
Grace Harrington vs. Stoneleigh-Burhnam #4 8-3
Olivia O'Rourke vs. Stoneleigh-Burhnam #5 8-5
Antonia Bean vs. Stoneleigh-Burhnam #6 1-8
Mya Kerwin/Taya Kerwin vs. Stoneleigh-Burhnam #1 8-4
Amelia Pyron/Grace Harringrton vs. Stoneleigh-Burhnam #2 8-4
Antonia Bean/Rebecca Magruder vs. Stoneleigh-Burhnam #3 6-8
Have you ever heard of the saying, "numbers add up to nothing"? Well, that truly was the case today, and I think Mr. Bates will attest to that. The girls cleaned up in the doubles, and the singles were all hard fought matches but ending up favoring the other side. Thanks to all the supporters who came out today and a special thanks to Ms. Mackey for bringing Ms. Davis the hand warmers.
1 Taya Kerwin vs. Carmen 2 - 8
2 Amelia Byron vs. Jane 4 - 8
3 Olivia O'Rouke vs. Kingsley 1 - 8
4 Seo-in Cho vs. Cat 4 - 8
5 Antonia Bean vs. Robin 5 - 8
6 Rebecca Magruder vs. Liza 1 - 8
Taya and Olivia won at #1 8 -2
Amelia and Seo-in won at #2 8 -3
Antonia and Rebecca won at #3 8 - 6
Season Completed - Prior Season