Delta High School Tennis News

  • Sep

    Players Earn AIM High! Shirts

    Three players were honored before our match against New Palestine on Wednesday, Sept. 4 with AIM High! character development t-shirts. Jaigen Glaze received a t-shirt for Leadership.  He was recognized for inviting a man and his young daughter to cut in line ahead of about 15 players at a restaurant to minimize that family’s long… Read More

  • Aug

    More AIM High! T-Shirts Awarded

    Three players were honored at practice on Tuesday, Aug. 27 with AIM High! character development t-shirts. Daniel Vencel received a t-shirt for Leadership.  He was recognized for being inclusive with teammates at Jeffersonville as well as for being a leader in our Snap Raise fundraiser. Brandon Jackson was recognized in the category of Determination.  He… Read More

  • Aug

    3 More Players Earn AIM High! Shirts

    Three more players were honored at practice on Wednesday, Aug. 21 with AIM High! character development t-shirts. Riley Bratton received a t-shirt for Leadership.  He was recognized for helping newer teammates learn scoring in a tiebreaker situation in the intrasquad matches. Eli Arnold also was honored for Leadership.  He volunteered to chart a match of… Read More

  • Aug

    Good Times at Parent-Child Doubles

    A whopping total of 25 parent-child boys’ tennis doubles teams competed in the annual tradition this year. Joe Knight and Mason Knight won the competitive division, beating Lynn Jackson and Brandon Jackson in the finals. Greg McKinley and Devin McKinley won the hit-and-giggle division, topping Chris Shue and Brad Shue in the finals.  There was… Read More

  • Aug

    Three Honored in AIM High! Program

    The first three recipients of AIM High! t-shirts in the Delta Tennis character development program for the Fall 2019 season were announced Monday evening, Aug. 12. Sam Arnold, a junior who has shown significant improvement, received a shirt for Determination. Mason Knight, a senior who is already a two-year letterman, earned a shirt for Self-Discipline…. Read More

  • Jul

    Delaware County 2019 Results

    The 2019 Delaware County Tennis and Pickleball Open concluded on July 21 after a six-day event at the newly resurfaced Ball State Cardinal Creek tennis courts. The top division singles winners were repeat champions, Grant Esposito, current senior at Indiana Wesleyan University, won his fourth straight Delaware County Men’s A Singles championship.  He beat Alec… Read More

  • Jun

    Entry forms for Upcoming Tennis Events

    Here are entry forms for upcoming tennis events: Tim Cleland Tennis Camp — Week 2 — July 8-12 TCTC camp registration form 2019.doc tctc info page 2019   Delaware County Tennis Open — July 16-21 at Ball State courts REGISTRATION FORM   YMCA Little Hackers Tennis Tournament — July 22-26 at Ball State courts Little… Read More

  • Apr

    Eleah Snider Commits to Indiana Wesleyan Program

    Senior Eleah Snider signed her letter of intent on Wednesday, April 10 to attend Indiana Wesleyan University and play on the women’s tennis team. She signed during a morning ceremony with her parents, Delta head coach Tim Cleland, and Indiana Wesleyan head coach Eddy Shigley. Indiana Wesleyan currently is ranked 9th nationally in the NAIA… Read More

  • Apr

    Eagles Start Season Ranked 14th

    The first poll of the 2019 Spring Season was released this morning, Tuesday, April 2, and the Eagles open at No. 14. Other ranked teams on our schedule include: No. 2 Carmel No. 4 FW Carroll No. 6 Hamilton Southeastern No, 9 Center Grove No. 28 Marion No.30 West Lafayette  

  • Mar

    Big Team Enters Season With Big Goals

    The largest tennis team in Delta HS history is working hard with hopes of having another successful season. Forty-one girls, including 17 freshmen, are playing this spring.  Four varsity players return from last year’s team that advanced to the IHSAA Team State Finals before losing 3-2 to Jasper in the quarterfinals. Varsity returnees include two-time… Read More