The Observer

CHS athlete commits

CHS athlete commits

By By Tiffany Trankiem Staff Writer, and Spencer Levy Public Relations Manager

February 21, 2012

Congratulations to senior Kendall Heitzner, who has committed to play tennis at Colorado State University this fall. Heitzner has been playing tennis for nine years and will attend CSU on a full-ride scholarship. Congratulations  to Kendall on becoming a Ram.

Tennis wins record fifth straight county title

Tennis wins record fifth straight county title

By By: Matt Raab, Sports Production Editor

November 23, 2011

  After a grueling two-and-a-half hour battle on the court, doubles partners junior Olivia Lee and senior captain Tanya Bagheri sealed a record fifth consecutive victory at Counties for the girls tennis team Oct. 31.   The tournament ended in a three-way tie for first place between CHS, Whitman...

CHS athlete commits

CHS athlete commits

By Yasmin Akbari, Observations Editor

November 23, 2011

Congratulations to senior Laila Judeh for verbally committing to play tennis at Cornell University next fall. Judeh began playing tennis at age 7, played for the CHS varsity team her junior year and currently trains in Virginia. Congratulations to senior Timmy Faerber for committing to dive...

Tennis finishes season at 9-1, prepares for counties

By By Maddy Flax Sports Editor

October 24, 2011

      Despite a 6-1 loss to Whitman Oct. 4, the girls tennis team finished off its regular season with back-to-back wins against Poolesville Oct. 10 and Springbrook Oct. 11. The wins advanced the Lady Bulldogs’ overall record to an impressive 9-1.   Led by freshman number one ...

Girls tennis aims for fifth straight county title

By Matthew Raab, Sports Production Editor

September 27, 2011

  With the tennis season four weeks underway, the girls tennis team is looking forward to another successful year on the court. The team has six wins so far over Kennedy (7-0) Paint Branch (7-0), Sherwood (7-0), Poolesville (7-0) and Richard Montgomery (6-1), ultimately hoping to match last ye...

Tennis finishes regular season at impressive 8-1

By Julie Kracov- Staff Writer

May 17, 2011

After a long season, the boys tennis team headed into spring break with an impressive 8-1 record. The young team has proven its mental and physical capabilities despite facing more experienced competition. The team’s lone defeat was a 6-1 loss against Wootton, April 4.  Senior team captain Nick...

Boys tennis continues to dominate in early season

By Maddy Flax - Sports Editor

April 11, 2011

 The boys tennis team started its 2011 season with a spark, immediately showing its domination in Montgomery County by routing Seneca Valley, Gaithersburg, Northwest, Richard Montgomery and Quince Orchard in its first five matches of the season. Led by freshman William Szamosszegi, who, at the number...

Boys Tennis Preview

By Amna Farooqi, News Editor

March 22, 2011

Boys tennis hopes to achieve success this season after a disappointing run last year in which it failed to reach finals. After losing four seniors, the team will focus largely on coming together and supporting each other for the 2011 season. “We will accomplish this by having them spend practice...

Tennis wins fourth county championship in a row

By By Maddy Flsx- Archives Manager

November 23, 2010

The girls tennis team capped off an extremely successful season, clinching its fourth consecutive county tournament Oct. 22 at Walter Johnson after going neck-and-neck with local rivals Whitman and B-CC. The team garnered 22 points, enough to put Whitman in second place with 18 points, and B-CC in...

Junior wins bronze medal at Special Olympics

By By Danny Weiss Staff Writer

November 23, 2010

Junior David Kopperman competed in the Special Olympics Oct. 23 and won a bronze medal in tennis. Kopperman started training with sophomore Lauren Perrine in August and prepared to play a doubles match with her in the competition. “We met through the Special Olympics, and ever since then we’ve...

CHS athlete commits

By Amna Farooqi News Editor

November 23, 2010

Congratulations to senior Noor Judeh for committing to play tennis for Rutgers University in New Jersey. She has been playing tennis for six years, and will continue to play Division I in college. Judeh is ranked #1 in the midatlantic for the 18-year-old age group. Congratulations to Judeh on becoming...

Girls tennis’ perfect record results in Division I title

By By Joel Denicoff- Staff Writer and Matthew Bothers-Sports Editor

October 27, 2010

The girls tennis team closed out its regular season matches with huge wins over Bethesda-Chevy Chase, 6-1, Oct. 6 and Whitman, 6-1, Oct. 11 to produce a perfect record for the season.   Whitman and B-CC are some of the top squads in the county along with CHS. B-CC had been undefeated before playin...

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