Catholic, St. Joseph’s, St. Thomas More, Neville claim tennis state titles

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Catholic High of Baton Rouge took the boys Division I state tennis championship Friday at ULM.

The Bears tallied 16.5 points while St. Paul’s was second with 11.5 points. Brother Martin and Jesuit tied for third with eight points each.

Charles Fremaux of Catholic won the singles championship, beating teammate Ashton Ellis in the title match.

Aidan Duffield and Christian St. Martin of the Bears won the doubles championship over teammates Reece Beckendorf and Preston Orgeron.

St. Joseph’s Academy won the girls Division I state championship with 17.5 points. Mount Carmel Academy was second with 12 points.

Natalie Devraj of Mandeville won the individual title.

The duo of Anne Guglielmo and Sophia Manuel of St. Joseph’s won the doubles title.

In Division II, St. Thomas More captured the boys state championship with 16 points. Teurlings Catholic was second with 9.5 points.

Mason Landreth of the Cougars won the singles title while the doubles team of Ben Davis and John David McCrory gave STM the doubles title.

Neville claimed the Division II girls state title with 18 points. Lusher Charter was second with 9.5 points.

My-Anh Holmes of Lusher won the girls singles title while the doubles team of Ella Ruth Klug and Alexandra Reynolds of Neville won the doubles title.

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