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Eastern Cincinnati Conference Tournament Ahead For Girls Tennis

Posted on: September 17, 2017

SETTING THE SCENE:  * UPDATED *  DUE TO THE WEATHER FORECAST, THE ECC TOURNAMENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20TH.  

Milford’s girls tennis team will be busy in the week ahead, with the Eastern Cincinnati Conference tournament as well as three nonconference dates on the schedule.  Last week the squad headed to the GCTCA’s Coaches Classic, where the finished tied for fifth in Flight E.

 

A LOOK BACK:   Milford’s girls tennis team competed in the Greater Cincinnati Tennis Coaches Association’s Coaches Classic last week, placed in Flight E of the tournament.  The Eagles tied for fifth place with Fenwick.  Seton won the team title for Flight E, followed by Madeira, McAuley and Ross.  Harrison followed Milford and Fenwick in seventh. 

Individual match results will be available soon; check back for updates.

  

A LOOK AHEAD:  Milford has a busy week ahead, highlighted by the Eastern Cincinnati Conference Tournament on Tuesday.  The Eagles will also meet up with Mariemont, ranked fourth in the Division II area coaches’ poll.

  • Monday, 9/18:             Springboro High School @ Milford, 4:00 pm
  • Wednesday, 9/20:        Milford @ ECC Tournament, Lunken Playfield Tennis Facility, 9:00 am
  • Thursday, 9/21:           Milford @ Mason “B” High School, Mason Middle School, 4:00 pm
  • Friday, 9/22:                Mariemont High School @ Milford, 4:00 pm

 

INSIDE THE ECC:  Turpin remains unbeaten and sits atop the ECC at 6-0 and 10-2 overall.  Walnut Hills improved to 4-1 while Loveland fell to 4-2. Kings and Anderson are tied at 2-3, followed by Milford (1-5) and West Clermont (0-5).

 

POLL WATCH:  No changes took place in the top ten of the area coaches’ poll for week six for Division I girls tennis.  The top five remain unchanged, and include Mason at the top followed by Ursuline Academy, St. Ursula, Sycamore and Turpin of the ECC. Loveland held at seventh, and Walnut Hills remained tenth.  For the second consecutive week, no other ECC teams, including Milford, received votes in the poll for week six.