Delta Boys Varsity Tennis

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Great Win for DHS Tennis Over Cathedral Irish

The DHS boys’ tennis team continues to look better and better as the season progresses. The 12th-ranked Eagles defeated 14th-ranked Indianapolis Cathedral 3-2 on Saturday in a match moved indoors by rain to the Muncie YMCA. It was the sixth victory over a state-ranked opponent this season for the Eagles, who are now 12-2. Senior

Tennis Team Beats Another State-Ranked Opponent

For the fifth time this season, the DHS boys’ tennis team knocked off a state-ranked opponent on Thursday evening. This time, the 12th-ranked Eagles defeated 23rd-ranked Columbus North 4-1 in a match played at Greenfield-Central courts.  This was the first-ever dual match between Delta and Columbus North. Delta (11-2) also has beaten 18th-ranked West Lafayette,

Tennis Team Tames Yorktown Tigers Again

You have to go all the way back to 1992 to find the last time Delta boys’ tennis lost to county rival Yorktown — and the streak continued Tuesday night. The Eagles had no trouble with the Tigers as DHS cruised to a 5-0 victory, dropping only four games total. Alec Robillard, Jason Wegener and

Tennis Team Helps Kokomo Tornado Victims

The DHS boys’ tennis team served well Saturday — on and off the court — at the Kokomo Invitational. The 12th-ranked Eagles defeated 18th-ranked West Lafayette 4-1 in the morning, then topped 20th-ranked Kokomo 4-1 in the afternoon to win the tournament for the fifth straight year. Off the court, the DHS Tennis families collected

Eagles Win 90th Straight HHC Match

New Castle put up a strong battle Tuesday evening, but the DHS Boys’ Tennis team held tough for a 5-0 shutout victory on the Eagle courts. The victory moved DHS to 4-0 in the Hoosier Heritage Conference this season and extended the conference winning streak to 90 consecutive matches for boys’ and girls’ tennis. Senior

Tennis Team to Host Improved New Castle

New Castle, enjoying its best boys’ tennis season in many years, will visit Delta on Tuesday for a 5 p.m. Hoosier Heritage Conference match. The Trojans, bolstered by the addition of foreign-exchange student Matheus Makino of Brazil at No. 1 singles, are 6-1 with their only loss to state-ranked Zionsville.  New Castle will bring an

Three Tennis Players Remain Unbeaten

Junior Jason Wegener at No. 2 singles and seniors Parker Robillard and Michael Morris at No. 2 doubles went 3-0 on Saturday in the powerful Fort Wayne Carroll Invitational to remain unbeaten for the season. As a team, 12th-ranked Delta finished 1-2 on the day.  The Eagles beat 19th-ranked Canterbury 4-1 in the opening round,

Tennis Team Registers Another Shutout Victory

The boys’ tennis team improved to 5-0 on the season with a 5-0 shutout victory at Greenfield-Central on Tuesday evening. Greenfield boasted a veteran lineup with six returning varsity players from a year ago. But the Eagles were dominant in singles, yielding only two games total in six sets.  Senior Alec Robillard won 6-0, 6-0 at No.

Eagles Enjoy Successful Sports Weekend

Delta athletes turned in many successful performances over the weekend in multiple boys’ and girls’ sports. Among the highlights: The varsity football team came up with 22 fourth-quarter points to push past pesky Shenandoah 30-20 in the home opener for new coach Chris Overholt.  The game was delayed more than 90 minutes Friday night by

Tennis Team Smashes Muncie Central

The much-anticipated No. 1 singles match between All-State seniors Alec Robillard of Delta and Khamasi Muhiga of Muncie Central lived up to its billing on Thursday. After 3 1/2 hours of tennis in 85 degree heat and high humidity, Muhiga prevailed 2-6, 7-6, 2-6 after Robillard suffered cramps early in the third set. But while