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Haddonfield duo takes state title

06/05/2014, 8:15pm EDT
By SJSD

Anderson and Oberholtzer win first-ever boys' state doubles title in school history

For the first time in school history, a Haddonfield High School boys' tennis doubles team captured the NJSIAA state doubles tournament championship Thursday at Mercer County Park.

The duo of Isaak Anderson and Sam Oberholtzer turned aside Justin Patel and Jessie Korovin of Livingston 6-2, 4-6, 6-3.

Anderson and Oberholtzer are the first male state doubles champs in Haddonfield’s history. Two female teams — Victoria Martinez / Catherine Senopoulos in 2011, Arpie Senopoulos / Erica Pascocello in 2012 — won the NJSIAA state doubles tournament previously.
 
Anderson, a senior, finishes his career with 166 victories — the highest number of wins in school history for a male player. Catherine Senopoulos, who just completed her sophomore year playing at LaFayette University,  holds the female record with 168.
 
Sam Oberholtzer, a sophomore, is the first player – male or female – in school history to win 50 or more matches in a single season, finishing the 2014 season with 52 victories.

The Haddonfield boys' tennis team won the Group 2 state championship last month and finished the season by reaching the Tournament of Champions final where it lost to Millburn. It was the Bulldawgs first trip to the TOC final.

Bulldawgs dominate Camden Co. Open

04/07/2014, 12:00am EDT
By SJSD Staff

Haddonfield players take singles and doubles titles

VOORHEES - The Haddonfield High School boys' tennis team dominated the Camden County Championships winning both the singles and doubles titles Sunday at Eastern Regional High School.
 
The singles championship match was an all-Bulldawgs affair. Tommy Dodson defeated Mike Alberto, 10-and-5. Dodson reached the championship match by beating teammate Sam Oberholtzer, 6-0, 6-1, while Alberto got there by beating Jon Booker of Haddon Heights by the same score.
 
In the doubles championship match, Haddonfield's Alex Samaha and Stephen Quickel defeated Eastern's Nick Mattioli and Dyllon Jeng, 6-3, 6-1. In a tight match for third place, Phil O'Connor and Joey Reisman of Haddonfield beat Alec Feldstein and Pranav Chugh of Eastern, 4-6, 6-2, 7-6 (7-3).
 
In the singles consolation final, Audubon's Ryan Schaffer defeated Eastern's Adit Gupta, 6-4, 6-4.
 
Meanwhile  Audubon's Gus Stolte and Ryan O'Donnell defeated Joey Fox and Ryan Connelly of Haddon Township in the doubles consolation final.