Notre Dame athletes dominated the Central Alberta High School tennis championships, winning all five events.
Frans Badenhorst captured his second straight men’s singles title, beating Toufik Murra of Lindsay Thurber 8-0 in the final.
Badenhorst downed Ben McLavish of LTCHS 8-1 in the semifinals while Murra downed Braden Olson of Camrose 8-3.
McLavish downed Olson 8-2 in the third-place match.
Quarter-final action saw Badenhorst down Ryan Sandbert of Our Lady of Mt. Pleasant of Camrose, Murra beat Tyler Cassidy of Notre Dame 8-1, McLavish stop Cody Hoskins of Stettler 8-6 and Olson down Will Laranang of Notre Dame 8-4.
Jose Sifuentes of LTCHS beat Hoskins 6-4 in the consolation final.
Cecile Badenhorst defeated Linda Varavong of Camrose 8-4 in the women’s singles final.
Badenhorst stopped Lexi Kambeitz of Hunting Hills 8-0 and Varavong defeated Heidi Northcott of West Central of Rocky Mountain House 8-2 in the semifinals.
Northcott beat Kambeitz 8-3 in the bronze medal match.
In the quarter-finals Badenhorst defeated Tiffany Wiedrick of Camrose 8-2, Kambeitz beat Natalie Hernandez of Stettler 8-2, Northcott downed Aleah Ross of Hunting Hills 8-1 and Varavong got past Blyss Gellert of LTCHS 8-1.
Stephanie Lee of Hunting Hills downed Hernandez 8-2 in the consolation final.
The men’s doubles title went to Morgan See and Kurt Ruether, who downed Geoff Trentham and John Sinclair of Notre Dame 8-3.
See and Ruether reached the final with an 8-0 win over Dan Grab and Erik Steenwyk of LTCHS after beating Taylor Starling and Dylan McKay of Stettler 8-0 in the quarter-finals.
Trentham and Sinclair downed Trent and Kendal Schmidt of Notre Dame 8-2 in the semifinals and Nathan Goode and Kurtis Lowe of Lacombe 8-2 in the quarter-finals.
The Schmidt twosome stopped Grab and Steenwyk 8-3 to take third place.
Other quarter-final action saw the Schmidts beat Hayden Erickson and Landon Loube of Viking 8-4 and Trentham and Sinclair down Nathan Zilinski and Kyle Hamman of LTCHS 8-7 (7-4).
Zilinski and Hamman beat Erickson and Loube 8-3 in the consolation final.
Natalie Hamill and MacKenzie Jones captured the women’s doubles title with an 8-0 win over Sam Clutton and Sidney Ponto of LTCHS.
They downed Jill Thomas and Sierra Bonham of LTCHS 8-0 in the semifinals and Haley Irwin and Breanne Windle of Hunting Hills 8-1 in the quarter-finals.
Clutton and Ponto beat Julie Cote and Taylor Penner of Notre Dame 8-1 in the semifinals and Patty Beatson and Michaela Sandau of Hunting Hills 8-5 in the quarter-finals.
The bronze medal went to Cote and Penner with an 8-5 win over Thomas and Bonham.
In the other quarter-finals Thomas and Bonham downed Kayla Blacquiere and Kathleen Murphy of Lacombe 8-2 and Cote and Penner stopped Nikita Singh and Amy Zimmerman of Hunting Hills 8-2.
Beatson and Sandau took the consolation title with an 8-1 win over Irwin and Windle.
Mark Hamill and Katherine-Ann Piedalue took top spot in the mixed doubles with an 8-1 win over Robyn Froese and Grady Bowd of LTCHS.
They downed Kelly-Ann Roberts and Adam Kuntz of Camrose 8-1 in the semifinals and Brenton Chung and Hanna Wunsch of Hunting Hills 8-0 in the quarter-finals.
Bowd and Froese defeated Amanda Stonehouse and Dallin Hall of Hunting Hills 8-3 in the semifinals after beating Dylan Goranson and Chelsea Fraser of Notre Dame 8-5 in the quarter-finals.
Stonehouse and Hall downed Roberts and Kuntz 8-4 in the third-place match.
Stonehouse and Hall beat Candice Duckett and Hayden Engert of Lacombe 8-5 in the quarter-finals while Roberts and Kuntz downed Braden Krips and Hayley Anderson of Notre Dame 8-2.
Duckett and Engert beat Jill Corpateaux and Gerry McKay of Stettler 8-2 in the consolation final.
Omar Ahmad of Hunting Hills beat Cole Visser of LTCHS 6-5, 0-6, 7-5 in the Grade 9 boys’ singles final.