The Indian Hill School District celebrates the Indian Hill High School student-athletes and state champions who dominated the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) Doubles State Championship in tennis and the Ohio Tennis Coaches Association (OTCA) Team State Championship in back-to-back competitions during Memorial weekend.
Ohio High School Athletic Association
Indian Hill High School Class of 2022 senior Tejas Pisati and sophomore RJ Poffenberger earned the title of OHSAA Doubles State Champions on Saturday, May 28, at the Lindner Tennis Center in Mason, Ohio.
“I am extremely proud of both of these two young men,” said Indian Hill Athletic Director Brian Phelps. “They were dominant on the court, and they were so much fun to watch. They both deserve to be called State Champions!”
Ohio Tennis Coaches Association
The Indian Hill High School Varsity Tennis Team of Max Berghausen, Ethan Camp, Eshaan Gandhi, Tejas Pisati, Jack Pollock, Michael Ryu, RJ Poffenberger, Sam Rhoad, and Senuka Abeysinghe earned the title of OTCA Team State Champions Sunday, May 29, at Upper Arlington High School.
“This team has shown grit and determination all season long,” said Phelps. “From day one, the goal was to be state champions, and on Sunday, May 29, they accomplished their goal. I am so proud of this group of players, coaches and parents. They deserve to realize what it means to be a state champion. It was a memorable Memorial Day weekend for the Indian Hill tennis program and the Indian Hill community, including our outstanding team of coaches: Wade Ward, Michael Piergalski, and Adam Wolter.”
The Indian Hill Board of Education plans to recognize all of the state champion tennis players at the upcoming regularly scheduled meeting June 28.
Photo One: Indian Hill celebrates OHSAA Doubles State Champions (L to R) RJ Poffenberger and Tejas Pisati.
Photo Two: The Indian Hill High School Varsity Tennis Team of Max Berghausen, Ethan Camp, Eshaan Gandhi, Tejas Pisati, Jack Pollock, Michael Ryu, RJ Poffenberger, Sam Rhoad, and Senuka Abeysinghe earned the title of OTCA Team State Champions Sunday, May 29, at Upper Arlington High School. (Pictured with their families.)