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Boys’ Tennis Season Ends at Semi-State

The 20th-ranked Delta Eagles flirted with a possible upset of 4th-ranked Homestead in the Homestead Semi-State on Saturday morning. In the end, however, Homestead advanced to state with a 5-0 victory and Delta’s season ended with a 19-5 record. Delta extended both doubles matches into close three-setters.  At No. 1 doubles, juniors Tannon Dishman and […]

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Tennis Team Edges Lapel 3-2 in Regional Thriller

With the team match tied at 2-2, sophomore Mason Knight and freshman Michael Curtis won 4-6, 6-1, 6-2 at No. 2 doubles to lift the boys’ tennis team to a first-round regional victory over Lapel on Tuesday evening. Both teams have been state-ranked all season. No. 20 Delta now is 18-4, while No. 29 Lapel […]

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Eagles Earn 25th Straight Sectional Tennis Title

  For a quarter of a century, the Delta Eagles have ruled the roost in the boys’ tennis sectional. The Eagles soared to their 25th consecutive sectional championship on Saturday by shutting out Muncie Burris 5-0 on a sunny 65-degree day. Playing on their home courts, the 20th-ranked Eagles won 6-0, 6-0 at all three singles positions […]

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Tennis Team to Host Muncie Central in Sectional

Delta will face Muncie Central at 4:45 p.m. Wednesday (Sept. 27) in the opening round of the Delta Sectional boys’ tennis tournament. The Eagles will be aiming for their 25th consecutive boys’ tennis sectional title.  The streak began in 1993. This year’s team is entering the postseason on a hot streak.  The 20th-ranked Eagles, winners […]

Boys Tennis Team Wins Own Invitational Title

The boys’ varsity tennis squad won the championship in the 8-team Delta Invitational on Saturday in extremely hot and humid conditions.  The all-day tournament was played in unseasonably hot 90-degree conditions with little wind. The Eagles shut out Norwell 5-0 in the opening round, then defeated Lake Central 5-0 in the semifinals.  In the championship round, […]

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Senior Day Coming Up Soon for Boys’ Tennis

The boys’ tennis team will cap a busy stretch by honoring its five seniors on Monday, Sept. 25 in a home match against Mt. Vernon. Jason Wegener, Caleb Gillis, Blake Shanayda, Micah Coomer and Tyler Courtney will be honored in a 4:30 p.m. ceremony, with the match against the Marauders to follow at 5 p.m. […]

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Tennis Team Rolls to Big Win over Yorktown

Both the varsity and junior varsity boys’ tennis teams shut out Yorktown on Tuesday evening at the Tiger courts.  The varsity won 5-0, while the JV built a 6-0 lead in a match that was shortened by rain. The victory extended Delta’s dominance over Yorktown in boys’ tennis to 49 victories in the last 50 […]

Varsity and JV Tennis Teams Claim Kokomo Championships

For the sixth straight season, the Delta boys’ tennis team captured the Kokomo Invitational championship on Saturday. The varsity team shut out Lebanon 5-0 in the morning, then blanked Kokomo 5-0, and finished the day with an exciting 3-2 victory over West Lafayette.  Overall, the Eagles played some of their best tennis of the season […]

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Tennis Team Shuts Out Muncie Central 5-0

The varsity boys’ tennis team shut out Muncie Central 5-0 on Wednesday on the Bearcats’ courts.  The Eagles gave up only six games total in the five matches. Ben Bamidele at No. 2 singles and Tanner Southerland at No. 3 singles each won 6-1, 6-0.  Jason Wegener topped Erich Ong 6-0, 6-2 at No. 1 […]

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Dragons end Delta’s 100-match HHC winning streak in tennis

New Palestine rallied from a deep hole to upset Delta 3-2 in a boys’ tennis match Monday evening on the Eagles’ home courts. The defeat snapped Delta’s 100-match winning streak in Hoosier Heritage Conference boys’ and girls’ tennis competition during the past seven years. The Eagles gained two points early as senior Jason Wegener won […]

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