An all Mid-Atlantic Section finals! Malkia Menguene advanced to the finals over #1 Seed, MAS player Natasha Subhash, then defeated #5 Seed Lauryn Wu of Vienna, Va.
Malkia teamed with Natasha to win the doubles draw 8-4 over Jane Carter Chandler/Caitie Sullivan, both of Norfolk, Va.
Meghana Komarraju of Vienna, Va., defeated the #1 seed to win the tournament. In the doubles, Meghana and Reilly Tran of Dunn Lorring, Va., reached the semi-finals, losing 8-5 to the #2 Seed.
Mariam Salakaia of Falls Church, Va., reached the consolation semi-finals.
Oklahoma City, OK:
Lilian Burchell (Ruxton, Md.)/A. Vessely (Texas) reached the doubles semi-finals, losing to #2 seed and the eventual winner.
Cameron Corse reached the finals of the consolation draw.
Victoria Olivarez earned the second place medal. She had to defeat fellow MAS player Mia Gancayco in the quarters to advance.
Anna Fuhr of Richmond, Va, played with Anna Feaster from Tenn. to reach the semifinals of the 18s doubles, losing 9-7 in the playoff for third place.
#2 Seed William Howells (Richmond, Va.) defeated Sebastian Mermersky (Washington, D.C.) to advance to the finals, taking the second place medal.
Jack Tascher reached the consolation semi-finals.
Dennis Afanasev captured second place.
Alex Cauneac of Severna Park, Md., and Jason Kros of Fairfax, Va., partnered to win the doubles title, defeating the No. 1 seed from Philadelphia along the way.
Evan Zhu of Laurel, Md., captured the 3rd place trophy in the play-off, then reached the doubles final with A. Ross of Illinois.
West Hartford, CT:
Brian Tsao, Sparks Glencoe, Md., reached the quarterfinals.
#2 seed Alex Cauneac reached the quarterfinals of main draw singles and the semifinals of the consolation draw.
Harrison O'Keefe, Salem, Va., battled MAS player Alex Hahn, Rockville, Md., to capture 3rd place, 6-3, 7-6.
O'Keefe/J. Sheppard (Conn.) won the doubles over the #4 seed, 9-7.
West Hartford, CT:
Biyak Akinsemoyin, Hyattsville, Md., reached the finals of consolation.
In doubles, Jordan Krasner, Rockville, Md.,/Jordan Portner, Ellicott City, Md., brought home the silver.