Rock-A-Chaws and Crescents win MHSAA Class 3A Tennis State Championship
The team defeated Booneville School 6 courts to 1. Cole Bryant won singles 6-3, 7-5, Evan Noel and Bobby Hebert won doubles 7-6, 6-2. Alston Davidson and his partner won mixed doubles 6-3, 7-5. Congratulations to Coach Garman and the entire team on a terrific season.
Cole Bryant wins the Individual MHSAA Class 3A State Singles Title. Bobby Hebert and Evan Noel win State Doubles Title.
Cole Bryant defeated Finn Tarver of St. Andrews to win the Individual MHSAA Class 3A State Singles Tennis Championship. The Doubles Tennis State Championship was an all-SSC match with Bobby Hebert and Evan Noel defeating Noah Lemmon and Jack Farr making the Rocks the State Champions and the Runners up in that event.
Rock-A-Chaws and Crescents win district Division 8-4A title
The team finished with an overall record of 8 – 2. The boys doubles team of Nour and Omar Tayara along with the girls doubles team of Jacqueline and Nathalia Mossy advanced to the individual state tournament.
Jacob Estrada, ’19, to Play Tennis at Meridian Community College
Jacob Estrada signed a letter of intent to play tennis at Meridian Community College.
Saint Stanislaus & Our Lady Academy Tennis Team Captures 4A south state Championship
The win makes it their 24th division championship. The team had an overall record of 8-2 this season.
Saint Stanislaus Captures Class 4A South State Championship
Saint Stanislaus Class 4A State Runner-up
1998 & 1999
Saint Stanislaus Class 4A State Champions
1991 – 2001
Saint Stanislaus State Champions
Philip Pratt, ’91; Myron Labat, Jr., ’91, ’92, ’93, Craig Christopher, ’92; Rodrigo Hernandez ’93; Scott Wallace, ’97, ’98; Philip Marino, ’97, ’98; Garrett Mann, ’98; and Michael Carter’ 01.
Coach Myron Labat Wins Six Division Titles and Two State Titles
Coach Myron Labat took over the tennis team in 1986 and led his teams to six division titles and to state team titles in 1998 and 1999.
Brothers Tommy & Pat Wild Win Rock-A-Chaws First State Title
Tommy and Pat Wild won the state title in boys’ doubles.