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After both Brentwood High School tennis teams swept the D-I Large Class titles, the Spring Fling singles and doubles competitions at Adams Tennis Complex went in favor of the Bruins.

Donovan Janicek and Hamsa Javagal both placed first in the Large Class singles competitions Friday.

Janicek topped Murfreesboro Central’s Nathan Zou in two sets (6-4, 6-3) to claim the gold, while Javagal shook off an early 5-7 set loss to Collierville’s Romane Guibal-Britt and won the last two (6-4, 6-2) to earn her title.

Janicek lost his set to Zou in the state team finals, though the Bruins were still victorious. He defeated Davis Clem (Knox Catholic) in three sets and Carter Ramthun (Station Camp) Thursday to make his way to the final round.

Javagal won 2-0 sets against Fernanda Espinosa (Obion Co.) and Sarah Edwards (Rhea Co.) Thursday to advance to the finals.

Brentwood also saw the doubles team of Alex Torre and Georgia Fischer take down the Lainey Hill/Sydney Berry doubles pair from Dobyns Bennett Friday in two sets (6-1, 6-1) to win their fourth-straight doubles title.

They defeated the teams of Margeaux Britt/Campbell Stewart (Collierville) and Sara Allen/Vivian Schroeder (Knox Catholic) Thursday to get to the last round.

CPA’s Irwin runner up in D-II A state singles match 

Christ Presbyterian Academy saw Nathan Irwin claim the silver in the D-II A state singles final in a two-set loss to St. George’s Walker Stearns.

He won 2-0 sets against Ohma Sharma (Knox-Webb) and Mason Woods (USJ) to reach the title game.

Photos from respective schools. 

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