Missouri Valley / Heart Of America

USTA Heart of America Junior Players Sign to Play at Next Level

Jerod Fox | April 26, 2021



USTA Heart of America boasts a plethora of tennis talent, and the high school class of 2021 has made its mark. Many players have already announced their intention to continue playing at the collegiate level, with more sure to come.



If you, or someone you know, has committed to play tennis at the next level, reach out to communuications@movalley.usta.com and they will be added to this ongoing list!



Class of 2021 Boys


Jimmy Andrews

Pembroke Hill School

Colorado College


Blake Eason

Shawnee Mission East High School

Denison University


Noah Koch

Liberty High School

Berry College


Hudson Mosher

Shawnee Mission East High School

Depauw University 


Hogan Stoker

Lee’s Summit West

Austin Peay University


Owen VanderArk

Kansas City Christian School

Westmont University




Class of 2021 Girls



Callie Flanagan

Blue Valley North High School

University of Cincinnati


Gwyneth Gifford

Blue Valley West High School

William Jewell College


Randi Hendricks

Pembroke Hill School

Washington University - Saint Louis


Ashley Jacobson

Olathe West High School

Western Illinois University


Keira Knoflicek

Kansas City Christian School

Rhodes College


Maisie Markowitz

St. Pius X High School

William Jewell College


Christine O’Brien

Blue Valley North High School

University of the Redlands 


Emma Sand

Kansas City Christian School

Butler University


Ally Turtledove

Pembroke Hill School

Hamilton University


Keegan VanPelt

Free State High School

University of Nebraska Omaha


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