New England

Junior Team Tennis Sectionals 2023

James Maimonis, Manager, Media & Communications | August 14, 2023

SPRINGFIELD, MA - Milford Indoor Tennis (CT) headlined this year's Junior Team Tennis Section Championships played from August 9-10 at Springfield's Forest Park and Longmeadow's Blinn Tennis Courts. 


Coach Frank Lorenzetti led his Smart Aces team past five of New England's best to capture the 18U title. Milford, which featured Michael Lorenzetti, Riggs Moran, Roselyn Shen, Desmond Shannon and Hudson Schunk, went unbeaten (5-0) over its two day span, including a head-to-head victory over second-place finishers, Aces, from Southeastern Massachusetts. 


Lorenzeti and Moran were also part of the 2022 Milford team that captured the 14U championship. 


On the 14U side, the Bloomfield Bobcats outlasted Grassroots Tennis & Education to capture the title. Bloomfield players were: William Scudder, Paul Winterberg, Madelyn Hermes, Karthik Prem and Karen Yang. 


The tournament also featured two 12U flights (one per day). Granite State Kids (NH) took care of business on Wednesday, and Milford Indoor came away victorious on Thursday. 


More than 21 players were nominated by opposing players and coaches in the 18U division alone, with the award ultimately going to Stowe's Parker Guffey. Paul Winterberg, of Bloomfield, earned the award in the 14U division. 12U players Natalia Corona and Elsie Osofsky won the awards in 12U. 


For full event coverage & photos, click below: 


Day 2 Photos

Day 1 Photos

Days 1 & 2 Coverage


For complete results, click here



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