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Ellington, Granby share NCCC boys tennis championship

Ellington and Granby shared the 2017 NCCC boys tennis championship this spring. Both teams finished with 11-1 records in the league. Ellington did win the NCCC postseason tournament with Kyle Johnson winning the No. 1 singles title and Lucas VanDeventer taking the No. 2 singles crown.

For the Bears, Adam Holden and Evan Cramer won the No. 2 doubles crown.

At the Class S tournament, Canton’s top singles player Joseph Bowman won a pair of matches before falling in the third round to No. 11 Jacob Stiger of Stonington.

2017 NCCC boys tennis

Team NCCC Overall
y-Ellington 11-1 15-2
y-Granby 11-1 13-3
Suffield 8-4 9-9
Windsor Locks 6-6 8-6
Canton 4-8 4-12
Hartford Classical 2-10 2-10
Bolton 0-12 0-12

y-shared league championship

NCCC Tournament
At Manchester
Team results – Ellington 15, Suffield 11, Granby 10, Windsor Locks 6, Canton 4, Hartford Classical 1, Bolton 1
Individual results
No. 1 – Kyle Johnson, Ellington
No. 2 – Lucas VanDeventer, Ellington
No. 3 – Stephan Sattan, Suffield
No. 4 – Alex Gervin, Ellington
No. 1 — Josh Swider/Mohammed Wadi-Hamideh, Windsor Locks
No. 2 — Adam Holden/Evan Cramer, Granby
No. 3 — Ben Heyman/Andy Heyman, Ellington

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