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2022 Boys Tennis Preview: Liberty HS

Head Coach: Chris Conrad (4th Season; 37-3)

Assistant Coaches:
Dawn Ketterman-Benner
Josh Denlinger
Paige Simons
Chris Csensics

Sport: Tennis (B)

Team Name: Liberty

League: EPC

2021 Record: 16-1

Key Players Lost:
Anthony Ronca – 1st Singles
Wyatt Marshall – 3rd Singles
Tyler Markovich – 4th Doubles
Matt Bilger – 4th Doubles

Key Returning Players:
Shayaan Farhad – 12th Grade
Roman Farhad – 10th Grade
Luke Appleman – 10th Grade

“Shayaan, Roman, and Luke look to slide into the top 3 singles spots this year. All three have greatly improved from last year and are hoping to become some of the top players in the conference at their positions. They have each put in a lot of hard work this offseason resulting in two of the three moving from doubles positions last year to singles this year.”

Gavin Evans Gartley – 12th Grade
Sid Tekumalla – 11th Grade
Chris Gianaris – 11th Grade
Will Lotto – 12th Grade
Jiaming Wang – 12th Grade

“All of our returning boys will be looking to compete in our doubles lineup this season. A number of these players are returning to their respected position or up in the lineup from last year.”

Key Newcomers:
Connor Ohl (9th Grade)
EJ Powers (9th Grade)
Leo Babbin (10th Grade)
Elijah Quan (10th Grade)
Jacksen Jobes (11th Grade)
Matt Alter (11th Grade)
Ben Pfefer (11th Grade)

2022 Outlook: “We are hoping to maintain our continued success over the last six seasons and will remain hungry at trying to become one of the best teams in our district. We have a significant amount of youth and depth (35 total players), but will be bringing back strong players from last year that will help us remain competitive in the district and conference. We will certainly miss Anthony and Wyatt (both now playing at Moravian University) in our lineup; however, the hard work of our players this offseason will hopefully mitigate the loss of Anthony’s and Wyatt’s strong play on the court.”

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