• Tennis - Girls Varsity

    2019 - 2020
    Head Coach: Diane Deaton

Schedule

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Home
vs.
St. Catherine's School
Location: Playing Fields - Tennis Courts
Home
Rescheduled
vs.
Norfolk Collegiate
Location: Playing Fields - Tennis Courts
Away
vs.
Norfolk Academy
Loss 0-9
Location: Norfolk Academy
Away
vs.
Peninsula Catholic High School
Win 9-0
Location: Peninsula Catholic
Home
vs.
Nansemond-Suffolk Academy
Win 5-4
Location: Playing Fields - Tennis Courts
Home
Cancelled
vs.
Atlantic Shores Christian School
Location: Playing Fields - Tennis Courts
Home
Cancelled
vs.
Norfolk Collegiate
Location: Playing Fields - Tennis Courts
Away
vs.
Norfolk Christian
Win 2-7
Location: Old Dominion University
Away
vs.
Norfolk Collegiate
Loss 1-8
Location: Old Dominion University
Home
vs.
Atlantic Shores Christian School
Location: Playing Fields - Tennis Courts
Home
Rescheduled
vs.
St. Catherine's School
Location: Playing Fields - Tennis Courts
Home
vs.
Catholic High School
Location: Playing Fields - Tennis Courts
Home
vs.
Hampton Roads Academy
Location: Playing Fields - Tennis Courts
Away
vs.
Atlantic Shores Christian School
Location: Atlantic Shores Christian School
Home
vs.
Walsingham Academy
Location: Playing Fields - Tennis Courts
Home
Rescheduled
vs.
Walsingham Academy
Location: Playing Fields - Tennis Courts
Away
vs.
Steward School
Location: Steward School, The
Home
vs.
St. Catherine's School
Location: Playing Fields - Tennis Courts
Home
vs.
Peninsula Catholic High School
Location: Playing Fields - Tennis Courts
Away
vs.
Nansemond-Suffolk Academy
Location: Nansemond-Suffolk Academy
Home

Senior Day

vs.
Norfolk Academy
Location: Playing Fields - Tennis Courts
Away
vs.
Hampton Roads Academy
Location: Hampton Roads Academy
Away

TCIS Tennis Tournament

Location: Huntington Park Tennis Center
Away

TCIS Tennis Tournament

Location: Huntington Park Tennis Center
TBD

State Tournament Quarter-Final

Location: Higher Seed
TBD

State Tournament Semi-Final

Location: Higher Seed
TBD

State Tournament Final

Location: Higher Seed

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Coaching Staff

Athletics Hotline

Hotline Number: (757) 963-8228.

This hotline is updated daily with athletic schedule updates and postings. In the event of inclement weather, the hotline and webpage will be updated as soon as possible.

Team Statistics

Overall Statistics
W L T %
3 2 0 60
League Statistics
W L T %
1 1 0 50
Non-League Statistics
W L T %
2 1 0 66.7

Team News

List of 5 news stories.

  • Dolphins fall to the Oaks on the road

    The Dolphins returned to ODU for the second time this week, taking on the Oaks from Norfolk Collegiate on Thursday afternoon. Facing blistering heat and humidity, the Dolphins fell behind quickly in doubles play, dropping all three courts by a score of 8-3. The Dolphins would need at least five singles wins to pull out the victory on Thursday afternoon, but fell short of the goal in Thursday night’s loss to the Oaks. Despite the lone win for the Dolphins, competitive matches ensued on each of the six courts. Highlighting the Dolphin performances, Halle Speight earned the win as her opponent was retired after a late rally injury. Speight posted a 6-7, 6-1 result before her opponent retired in the overtime play. Joining Speight with exceptional play, Mary Turner Shipp battled to a 3-6, 4-6 result on the number four court. Caroline Dixon entered the fold after a Dolphin injury on court two and battled to a 4-6, 3-6 result on the number six court. Next up, the Dolphins (2-3) will host the Seahawks from Atlantic Shores tonight beginning at 4:00 pm.
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  • Dolphins fall to Ambassadors on the road

    The Dolphins traveled to ODU on Tuesday night for a conference matchup with the Ambassadors from Norfolk Christian and returned with a loss to bring the Dolphins’ overall record to .500. The Dolphins kicked off doubles play with three losses despite a close match on courts two, with Anna Kutelia and Mary Turner Shipp taking their Ambassador opponents to a 4-8 result. Singles play resulted in much of the same, with the Dolphin falling in four of six matches on Tuesday night. Highlighting the night, Anna Kutelia earned one of the Dolphin wins with a 6-2, 6-4 result on the number two court. Halle Speight picked up the final Dolphin win on the number six court, defeating her opponent in an extra set by a score of 1-6, 7-6, 1-0 (6). Mary Turner Shipp also turned in a stellar performance with two tightly contested games on the number five court, falling 6-3, 7-6 (5). The Dolphins (2-2) will travel back to ODU on Thursday, September 12 for a matchup with the Oaks from Norfolk Collegiate.
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  • Dolphins come from behind to win after trailing in doubles play

    The Dolphins hosted the Saints from Nansemond Suffolk on Tuesday night, pulling out a come-from-behind win in the critical conference matchup. Kicking off doubles play, the number one court of Rachel Moore and Stephanie Strickland set the tone with the first win of the night, taking the first match 8-5. The number two pair of Anna Kutelia and Halle Speight battled through their doubles match but fell 8-6 in the closing rallies to bring the night’s tally to 1-1. The Saints earned the win in the final doubles match to give Nansemond Suffolk a 1-2 lead as the teams prepared for singles play. Rachel Moore evened up the night with a win on the top court, defeating her NSA counterpart 6-1, 6-4 to once again even up the team score at 2-2. Anna Kutelia handed her opponent a loss to put the Dolphins ahead 3-2 in the total team score, needing two more wins to seal the victory. A loss on the number three court for the Dolphins brought the team scores back to even at 3-3 with the final three matchups left to decide the night. Halle Speight earned a resounding 6-1, 6-1 win on the number six court to put the Dolphins back ahead, 4-3. Makenna DeTorres had the chance to seal the victory for the Dolphins but would need a come-from-behind victory after falling in the first game 3-6. DeTorres dominated the second game, taking the 6-1 win to force overtime on the number four court. Completing the come-from-behind win, DeTorres earned the 1-0 win and sealed the team win for Cape Henry on Tuesday afternoon. The Dolphins (2-1) are back in action Thursday afternoon to host Atlantic Shores beginning at 4:00 pm.
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  • Dolphins capture first win of the season over Peninsula Catholic

    The Dolphins traveled to Portsmouth for a conference contest with the Knights from Peninsula Catholic on Friday night. The Dolphins rebounded from a loss in the season-opener to capture the 9-0 win on Friday. Rachel Moore and Stephanie Strickland kicked started the run on Friday night, earning a commanding 8-4 win on the number one doubles court. Anna Kutelia and Halle Speight were called upon to compete on the number two doubles court and finished the game with an 8-0 win. In the final doubles contest of the afternoon, Mary Turner Shipp and Parker Matacunas gave the Dolphins a 3-0 lead after earning the 8-1 win on the number three doubles court to give the Dolphins a commanding lead with singles play set to begin. On the number one singles court, Rachel Moore put the Dolphins one step closer to sealing the victory on Friday with a 6-1, 6-1 victory. Anna Kutelia and Makenna DeTorres, competing on the number two and number four courts respectively, each returned home with 6-1, 6-0 victories to seal the CHC victory over Peninsula Catholic. Stephanie Strickland, competing on the number three singles court, gave the Dolphins another win with a 6-0, 6-2 result on Friday night. Rounding out the Dolphin wins, Mary Turner Shipp and Halle Speight each earned 6-0, 6-0 wins on the number five and number six singles courts respectively. The Dolphins (1-1) are back in action Tuesday, September 3 for a home matchup with Nansemond Suffolk Academy beginning at 4:00 pm.
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  • Dolphins fall to Bulldogs in season-opener

    The Dolphins traveled to Norfolk Academy to take on the Bulldogs for the 2019 season-opener on Wednesday night. Despite several battles, the Dolphins fell short in Wednesday’s contest. In doubles play, the number one court pair of Rachel Moore and Stephanie Strickland were handed a defeat with a score of 8-2 but displayed signs for a bright season. On the number two doubles court, Mary Turner Shipp and Anna Kutelia battled to an 8-3 loss, while Caroline Dixon and Parker Matacunas rounded out doubles play on the number three court with an 8-3 loss. With the Dolphins trailing 3-0 entering singles play, the Dolphins would need to earn four of six wins to complete the season-opening win. The Dolphins came up short in singles play despite two exceptional performances from Mary-Turner Shipp and Halle Speight. On the number five court, Shipp battled to a 6-4, 6-3 loss in her first Varsity appearance. On the number six court, Halle Speight fell 6-1 in the first game before taking the 6-3 win in the second. Facing a tie-breaker, Speight competed valiantly but completed the night with a 1-0 tie-breaker loss. The Dolphins (0-1) are back in action Friday, traveling to Peninsula Catholic for a 3:30 pm start.
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