The Centennial High School boys tennis team will compete in the City League coaches tournament Monday, May 5, and Tuesday, May 6, at Columbus South, Linden-McKinley and Wolfe Park.
Last year, senior Ben Oatney went 5-0 in the tournament to place first at first singles.
"This is more of an individual competition," junior Weston Clarke said. "Right now, I'm not sure if Ben Oatney and I are going to play singles or if our coach (Barbara Stevenson) is going to put us together to play doubles."
Centennial beat Eastmoor Academy 4-1 on April 22 to improve to 4-1 overall before playing Wellington on April 28. The Stars lost to Whetstone 5-0 on April 23 to drop to 2-1 in the City-North Division before playing Beechcroft on April 30.
"Whetstone was a pretty tough loss," Clarke said. "It was an important match and we ended up losing. Ben Oatney (first singles) and I (second singles) both went three sets, but we lost. We were expected to beat Eastmoor, but they have good singles (players) so it was a good win."
Whetstone rematch awaits baseball team
The baseball team plays a key City-North game Wednesday, May 7, at Whetstone.
The Stars, who were 7-5 overall and 6-2 in the City-North before playing Beechcroft on April 28, lost to Whetstone 3-0 on April 11.
Centennial defeated Columbus East 19-0 in a league game April 24 to snap a two-game losing streak.
The Stars also beat Northland 8-5 in a league game April 25 before losing to Whitehall 20-18 and falling to Dublin Scioto 13-2 on April 26.
Gus Ricksecker scattered nine hits over seven innings to earn the win against Northland.