The juggernaut that is the Jesuit boys tennis program rolled on in impressive fashion at the 2017 Class 6A state tournament this week.
The Crusaders swept the 2017 singles and doubles titles, and in the process, captured their second straight state championship and their ninth in the past 10 seasons. The 6A state tournament was held Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the Babette Horenstein Tennis Center (formerly Tualatin Hills) in Beaverton.
In singles play, Jesuit freshman Peter Murphy — who upset Grant's top-seeded Andrew Finkelman in his semifinal — battled past Westview junior Luke Lemaitre for a second straight week, this time beating his Metro League foe 7-6 (4), 7-6 (1).
To see the complete singles bracket, click here.
In doubles play, top-seeded Jesuit seniors Edward Murphy and Michael Quinn took out third-seeded teammates Thomas Remington and Thomas Kallgren 6-4, 6-2 in the championship.
To see the complete doubles bracket, click here.
Jesuit took the team title with 32 points, while Lincoln was second at 16, followed by Westview at 12 and Sprague at 9.
The rest of the top 10 included: Lakeridge 8, South Eugene 8, West Linn 8, Grant 7, Roseburg 6.5 and Central Catholic 6.