Monday, July 22, 2024

2024 All-CVC Tennis Teams

The 2024 All-Chagrin Valley Conference tennis teams were decided on the court at the CVC tennis championships earlier this spring.

Those teams are listed below:


Coach of the Year: Rich Bole, Orange
Player of the Year: Chika Nwaozuzu, Orange

First Team

  • Chika Nwaozuzu, Orange (first singles)
  • Gabi Kalir, Orange (second singles)
  • Ace Bloom, Orange (third singles)
  • Anthony Piazza, Haken (first doubles)
  • Tyler Snyder, Hawken (first doubles)
  • Berand Diderich, Hawken (second doubles)
  • Matthew Yang, Hawken (second doubles)

Second Team

  • Alex Neely, Hawken (first singles)
  • Zach Forte, Hawken (second singles)
  • Billey Beseth, Hawken (third singles)
  • Gabe Guiler, Orange (first doubles)
  • Adam Saab, Orange (first doubles)
  • Sam Tokmazeysky, Orange (second doubles)
  • Ishan Bhatt, Orange (second doubles)

Honorable Mention

  • Beachwood: Landis Teren, Sam Uria
  • Chagrin Falls: Peter Angelino, Graham Price
  • Fairview: Zac Dresch, Caleb Dresch
  • Hawken: Not listed
  • Orange: Sunay Wyckoff, Landon Watson
  • West Geauga: Andrew Elias, Trent Unger


Not available


Coach of the Year: Rob Walker, Perry
Player of the Year: Allen Morris, Perry

First Team

  • Allen Morris, Perry (first singles)
  • Andrew Morris, Perry (second singles)
  • Bronson Denholm, Perry (third singles)
  • Tadhg Culligan, Perry (first doubles)
  • Garrett Ruper, Perry (first doubles)
  • Dorian McMurray, Perry (second doubles)
  • Benny Dame, Perry (second doubles)

Second Team

  • Daniel Frager, Madison (first singles)
  • Kurt Boergert, Wickliffe (second singles)
  • Sam Gordon, Kirtland (third singles)
  • Nick Barisic, Kirtland (first doubles)
  • Daniel Bak, Kirtland (first doubles)
  • Nora Withrow, Kirtland (second doubles)
  • Stephanie Drazetic, Kirtland (second doubles)

Honorable Mention

  • Harvey: Owen Updike, Keneth Ospina
  • Kirtland: Not listed
  • Madison: Not listed
  • Perry: Not listed
  • Wickliffe: Not listed




Steve Hare
Steve Hare
Steve Hare is the Chagrin Valley Conference's Sports Information Director. He also created and publishes, an online publication dedicated to providing hyperlocal coverage to area high school athletic programs. Hare began covering high school sports for the Lake County News Herald in 1997. Hare attended Willoughby South High School through the middle of his senior year, then graduated from Berkshire High School in Burton in 1986. He played football, wrestled and was an all-Geauga county baseball player (1986). He lives in Chardon with his wife Paulette and their children.

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