Perrysburg junior Jeffrey Schorsch took an undefeated record into the Division I state tennis tournament and finished fourth, his first time placing in three appearances.
After breezing through the first two rounds, Schorsch (24-2) lost to three-time state runner-up Zach Mueck of Lakota East 6-2, 1-6, 6-2. Schorsch fell 6-2, 6-1 to Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit's Aaron Sandberg in the consolation match.
The Maumee Valley Country Day duo of senior Stephen Shin and sophomore Grant MacPherson finished fourth in Division II doubles. After grinding out a 1-6, 6-3, 7-6 (8-6) win in the quarterfinals, Shin and MacPherson lost in straight sets to the eventual champions from Gates Mills Hawken in the semifinals.
Also advancing to the Division I tournament was Central Catholic sophomore Dugan Delp and two doubles teams: freshman Kevin Brown and senior Spencer Crawford of St. John's Jesuit and seniors Brandon Rachwal and Spencer Georgetti of Northview. Delp lost in the first round, as did both doubles teams.
St. John's Jesuit won the inaugural Three Rivers Athletic Conference, capturing four flight championships. The Titans were denied a sweep by Delp, who beat Findlay junior Lucas Schaible, 6-3, 6-3, in the No. 1 singles final.
St. John's appeared in the final four of the Ohio Tennis Coaches Association team tournament for the eighth year in a row, finishing third.
On the strength of championships by its doubles teams, Northview won its first Northern Lakes League title since 2005 and ended Perrysburg's five-year reign.