St. Vincent-St. Mary Girls Varsity Tennis

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Post Season and Tournament Information

Below is pertinent information regarding STVM Fall Sports and their upcoming or past participation in the OHSAA Tournament.  Some sports are finishing up the remainder of their schedule. Girls Tennis: eliminated in the OHSAA Sectional Tournament Boys Golf: eliminated in the OHSAA Sectional Tournament Girls Golf: placed 2nd at OHSAA Sectional Tournament, finished 5th and eliminated

Lindsay’s Law: Requirement for Participation Spring Sports Athletes and Parents:

To:  All Parents Fr:  St. Vincent-St. Mary High School Athletic Department Re: New Ohio Law – Requirement for Athletic Participation (Lindsay’s Law)   Dear Parents, Lindsay’s Law Senate Bill 252 is named for national heart health advocate and former Miss Ohio Lindsay Davis, who suffers from a heart condition and has since dedicated her career

Girls Tennis Sectional Tournament Results

The Varsity Girls Tennis Team participated in the North East Ohio Girls Division II Rocky River Tennis Sectional today!  Every girl won at least one match and two of the girls made it to the fourth round quarterfinal match!  They played extremely well and represented St. Vincent-St. Mary High School with distinction!  I am very proud

Girls Tennis Sectional Info: Wednesday, October 4th

On Wednesday, October 4th, our Girls Tennis Team will travel to Tri-City Park for the OHSAA Sectional Tournament. Matches begin at 8:00am. Please note that all singles matches will be played at Tri City Park and all doubles matches will be played at Linden Park. The correct entrance address to Tri City Park is 22984 Westwood Road,

Girls Tennis 9-2 Halfway Through the Season

The Girls Varsity Tennis record now stands at 9-2 at the midpoint of the season with signature wins over Archbishop Hoban, Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy and Orange High School.  Every girl is playing outstanding tennis!  Today’s match against Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy was no exception!  With the match score tied at 1-1 all three remaining

St. Vincent-St. Mary High School defeated Gilmour Academy in Girls Tennis 4-1.

St. Vincent-St. Mary High School defeated Gilmour Academy in Girls Tennis 4-1. 1st Singles     Allison Tomaszewski (STVM) defeated Maria Savani (GA) 4-6, 6-2, 10-7 (used third set 10 point tiebreaker after the match was decided) 2nd Singles   Julia Schultz (GA) defeated Natalie Isaacs (STVM)  6-0, 7-5 3rd Singles    Lucy Chmura (STVM) defeated Maya Moufawad (GA) 6-4, 6-0 1st Doubles    Ada Wyszynski and Maura

St. VincentSt. Mary High School defeated Mayfield High School in Girls Tennis 5-0 in the “F” Division!

St. Vincent St. Mary High School defeated Mayfield High School in Girls Tennis 5-0 in the “F” Division! 8 game Pro Set matches were played due to the courts being double booked. 1st Singles      Caroline Pier (STVM) defeated Katie Eippert (M) 8-0 2nd Singles     Allison Tomaszewski (STVM) defeated  Vladis Alimova (M) 8-1 3rd Singles      Natalie

St. Vincent-St. Mary High School defeated Firestone High School in Girls Tennis 5-0

St. Vincent St. Mary High School defeated Firestone High School in Girls Tennis 5-0 1st Singles      Caroline Pier (STVM) defeated Sonya Lal (F)  6-1, 6-1 2nd Singles     Allison Tomaszewski (STVM) defeated Olivia Kirschbaum (F)  6-0, 6-1 3rd Singles      Natalie Isaacs (STVM) defeated Haley Martin (F)  6-1, 6-1 1st Doubles    Ada Wyszynski and Maura O’Connor (STVM) defeated    

STVM Sports Admission Policy for Students and Faculty

STVM Sports Admission Policy for Students and Faculty  Student Admission Policy: 1.  ALL STVM STUDENTS RECEIVE FREE ADMISSION INTO ALL HOME, ON CAMPUS, REGULAR SEASON SPORTING EVENTS.  All students must show current STVM student ID or schedule at the ticket gate for admittance. 2. FOR FOOTBALL: All students will enter the PASS GATE, which is the gate nearest the field