This tournament is not sanctioned and will not count for ranking by the governing organization.
4A - Cheyenne Mountain 92, St. Mary's Academy 44, Kent Denver 42, D'Evelyn 34, Pueblo West 17, Denver South 14, Niwot 14, Colorado Academy 14, Air Academy 11, Valor Christian 10, Centaurus 9, Broomfield 8, Steamboat Springs 4, Peak to Peak 3, Mullen 2, Thompson Valley 2, Pueblo Centennial 1, Eaton 1, Discovery Canyon 1, Holy Family 1, Longmont 1, Palmer Ridge 1, University 1. SPORTSMANSHIP WINNER - Holy Family! 5A - Cherry Creek 67, Fossil Ridge 46, Fairview 43, Denver East 20, Arapahoe 19, Regis Jesuit 18, Loveland 17, Pine Creek 14, Heritage 14, Ponderosa 12, Ralston Valley 11, Highlands Ranch 11, Lakewood 8, Poudre 6, ThunderRidge 6, Rock Canyon 4, Doherty 3, Chatfield 2, Legend 2, Fort Collins 1. SPORTSMANSHIP WINNER - Fossil Ridge
Due to inclement weather, the 5A Championship Site has been canceled for Thursday.
Play will resume on Friday at 9:00 am with the following schedule:
Gates Tennis Center (#1, #2, #3 Singles and #1 Doubles)
Denver South High School - 1700 E. Louisiana Ave., Denver (#2 Doubles)
Denver City Park - 21st & York Street, Denver (#3 & #4 Doubles)
5A Saturday Schedule:
8:00 am - 2nd Round of Playbacks
9:30 am - ALL FINALS BEGIN
As ready - 3rd and 4th place matches
4A Friday Schedule: 9:00 am All Quarterfinal Matches, immediately following will be Semi-Finals and then 2 Rounds of Playbacks. Finals will go as scheduled for 9:00 am Saturday (unless weather prohibits).
CHSAA Team Sportsmanship Awards
The CHSAA promotes high levels of sportsmanship. CHEER FOR YOUR TEAM AND NOT AGAINST YOUR OPPONENT. Those teams with the best sporting student-athletes, coaches, and spectators will be given the CHSAA Sportsmanship Award at the championship ceremony. Coaches are encouraged to vote for their choice during the state tournament.
Bracket Creation Process
Per the CHSAA Tennis Report, the bracket creation process is as follows:
1. All 16 individuals/teams will be considered for placement on the draw.
2. The top 4 individuals/teams will be placed.
3. The remaining Regional Winners (#1's) will be randomly drawn for places on the draw.
4. The committee shall consider the following factors (in no particular order of importance): strength of league, overall record, strength of competition, head-to-head competition and common opponents.
5. The Regional Finishers (#2's) will then be randomly drawn for matches against a Regional Winner.
6. All Regional Winners will be paired against a Regional Finisher.
7. No two teams or individuals from the same Region will play each other during the first round of the state championships.
All matches will begin at 9:00 am on Thursday, May 9. The singles will be placed on court first and the doubles will play as courts become available. The order will be #1, 2, 3 Singles #1, 2, 3, 4 Doubles. Playback matches will begin after the first round on Friday. If you lose to a player who makes it to the finals, you will be immediately entered into the playback matches. All championship matches and playback finals will begin at 9:00 am on Saturday morning. There will be an awards ceremony following the completion of all finals matches.
Coaches Information & Meeting
Only coaches who are REGISTERED & CONTRACTED with your school will be allowed to have Coaching Badges at the State Championships. Your AD's will give us the names of your registered and contracted coaches prior to State.
There will be a coaches meeting on Thursday morning at 8:40 am at both sites.
5A State Site - Gates Tennis Center
The 5A Girls site will be at the Gates Tennis Center in Denver (3300 East Bayaud Avenue, Denver, CO, 80209). Please contact Gates directly (303.355.4461) with pro shop and direction questions.
4A State Site - Pueblo City Park
The 4A Girls site will be at Pueblo City Park (3455 Nuckrolls Avenue, Pueblo, CO, 81003). Please contact the City Park directly (719.566.1745) with pro shop and direction questions.
Additional Practice Courts
On site practice courts will be few and far between once the tournament begins. To locate additional practice courts, please use the following link.
Racquets for All Challenge
Racquets for All was established in 2008 as part of the Colorado Youth Tennis Foundation which has a mission to make tennis available to all kids regardless of economic, social, or ethic backgrounds. The Racquets for All Challenge is a great way for high school tennis players in Colorado to give back to the tennis community. Teams are encouraged to collect new and gently used tennis raquets throughout the regular season and then bring them to their Regional Tournament. Racquets will be collected at Regionals as well as State. The team that collects the most racquets will be awarded a prize at the State Championships to be used in any way the team deems most appropriate. If you have further questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Only those individuals advancing from the CHSAA Regional
Tournaments will be entered into the CHSAA State Championships.
Draws will be published after the seeding/scheduling meeting on May
No Selection Process. All registered players will be selected.
Entry to this tournament is open to USTA Members, USTA Members who have an expired membership and Non-USTA Members. Entries must be submitted by Wednesday, May 08, 2013 11:59:00 PM Mountain Time.
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