Mount Carmel wins state team title, Brother Martin ends up second at LHSAA tennis championships
— Mount Carmel Academy (@mcacubs) April 28, 2019
It was a good day for Brothers of The Sacred Heart schools Saturday at the Allstate Sugar Bowl/LHSAA state tennis championships in Monroe.
Catholic High of Baton Rouge won the boys Division I state championship with Brother Martin finishing second on the campus of UL-Monroe.
The Bears finished with 16 points while the Crusaders had 12.5 points. Jesuit ended up third with 10 points.
Matthew Armbruster of Brother Martin won the state singles championship, defeating Gabriel Martin of Fontainebleau for the title. Catholic doubles team Raymond Chassaignac and Tripp Guglielmo were victorious.
In the girls Division I competition, Mount Carmel Academy tied for the team title with St. Joseph’s Academy with 13.5 points with Mount Carmel claiming the championship, based on three players advancing to the semifinals while the Redstickers had two. Parkway and Denham Springs tied for third with 5.5 points.
Iris Westmoreland of the Cubs finished second in the state in singles, falling in the final to Paige Duncan of Denham Springs.
The Parkway duo of Jasmin Washington and Paris Washington captured the doubles championship.
St. Thomas More captured the boys Division II team title with 15 points with Teurlings Catholic finishing second with 7.5 points. South Terrebonne was third with 6.5 points.
Gareth Landreth of St. Thomas More won the singles title while the South Terrebonne duo of Ron Cox and Landon Lebouef captured the doubles championship.
Neville won the girls Division II state championship with 15 points with St. Thomas More second with 7.5 points. St. Michael was third with 6.5 points.
Caroline Graham of Neville won the singles title while the St. Michael team of Kathryn Ensminger and Emilie Vidrine took the doubles championship.
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