Delta Girls Varsity Tennis

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Tennis Team Wins One, Then Rain Wins Rest

Four state-ranked girls’ tennis teams came to the Delta Invitational on Saturday, and the big winner was … the rain. The tournament was washed out by mid-morning. Only two of the 11 scheduled matches were played. No. 12 Delta defeated Madison-Grant 4-0 in a rain-shortened match at the Eagles’ courts. No. 17 Fort Wayne Carroll beat Yorktown

Delta-Yorktown Again Ready to SmashCancer

The fifth annual SmashCancer girls’ tennis match between Delta and Yorktown will be Tuesday, May 3 at the Eagles’ home courts. Delta and Yorktown created the SmashCancer concept in 2012 and sold 300 t-shirts that year.  In the four years since, more than 4.000 SmashCancer t-shirts have been sold. This year’s total is over 900

Girls Tennis Squad Dominates New Palestine

The Eagles went 20 for 20 on Thursday night in a girls’ tennis conference match at New Palestine. Delta won the varsity match 5-0 and swept the junior varsity match 15-0. In the varsity match, Abby Shafer and Maddie Holdren played some of their top tennis of the year in a 6-0, 6-0 win at

Eagle Tennis Team Racking Up Victories

The girls’ tennis team continued its hot streak with another 5-0 shutout victory Tuesday night.  The Eagles blanked Alexandria in a road match. The 12th-ranked Eagles are 8-1 and have won four straight matches by shutout.  They have beaten Burris, Mt. Vernon, New Castle and Alexandria in recent days. The also finished second recently at

Eagles Fly High at Crawfordsville Tennis Tournament

Five of the eight teams in Saturday’s Crawfordsville Invitational were ranked among the state’s Top 30 teams.  Delta successfully handled the powerful field and finished second. In all five singles and doubles flights, the Eagles won two of their three matches.  This balanced attack contributed to the successful day on the courts. Third-ranked Indianapolis Cathedral

Big Win for Eagle Tennis Team Over Mt. Vernon

An early-season Hoosier Heritage Conference showdown girls’ tennis match between Delta and Mt. Vernon turned in to a convincing victory for the Eagles. Delta won 5-0 on Teacher Appreciation Day at the DHS courts.  Each player, manager and coach honored a special teacher prior to the match, and over 90% of the honored guests attended

Eagles Blank Owls in Tennis

The girls’ varsity tennis team posted a 5-0 shutout victory over Muncie Burris on Tuesday evening at Ball State University’s Cardinal Creek Tennis Center. Singles led the way as sophomore Emma Snider, sophomore Grace Belangee and senior Kim Schneider were the first three matches to finish.  Combined, they dropped only two games in six sets.

Ziebart Athlete of The Week

Athletes of the Week Seniors Anna Groover and Jasmine Robinson went 4-0 last week at No. 2 doubles for the 12th-ranked Delta Eagles girls’ tennis team.  They earned straight-set victories over Richmond, Terre Haute North, West Lafayette and Fort Wayne Canterbury.  This is their first season in the varsity lineup,  Congratulations Anna and Jasmine.

Tennis to Host Teacher Appreciation Day

The girls’ tennis team will host its annual Teacher Appreciation Day match on Wednesday, April 20.  The event starts at 4 p.m. at the tennis shelterhouse. Each of the Eagles’ 44 players, managers and coaches has invited a special guest — a teacher who has impacted their life in a positive way. Each special guest

Doubles Teams Lead the Way for Eagles

On the strength of a perfect 6-0 record in the doubles matches, the Delta girls’ tennis team placed second in the powerful Eagle Round Robin tournament at home on Saturday. The Eagles lost 3-2 to Terre Haute North in the day’s first round.  Delta then defeated West Lafayette 4-1 and finished the day with a