2018 OCIAA Boys Tennis Draws

Washingtonville sophomore Gabe Castillo and Newburgh’s wild-card team of Jack Clayton and Matt Reinhold received the top seeds for the Orange County Interscholastic Athletic Association championships at Match Point Tennis in Goshen.

Castillo is undefeated in his first varsity season. Cornwall senior Lucas Arora, the defending OCIAA champion, is the second seed.

The tournament has been revised due to school closings Wednesday. Early rounds of the singles draw will begin at 9 a.m. Thursday. Early rounds of the doubles draw are Friday, starting at 9 a.m. The semifinals and finals of singles and doubles have been moved to Monday with a 9 a.m. start.

Here are the singles and doubles draws:

OCIAA championships

(at Match Point Tennis, Goshen)

Singles
Round of 16: No. 1 seed Gabe Castillo (Washingtonville) vs. Michael Russo (Middletown); Max Mueller (Pine Bush) vs. Isaiah Olavarria (Middletown); No. 5 Bradley Hack (Kingston) vs. Nick Dollard (Monticello)-Alex Higgins (Port Jervis) winner; No. 4 Gavan O’Brien (Washingtonville) vs. Nick Villegas (Warwick)-Dan Perrego (Goshen) winner; No. 3 Dan Leach (Cornwall) vs. Nolan Green (James I. O’Neill)-Donovan Cesar (Valley Central) winner; No. 6 David Salazar (Newburgh Free Academy) vs. Nolan Green (James I. O’Neill)-Donovan Cesar (Valley Central) winner; No. 7 Matt Leeman (Burke Catholic) vs. Chris Balogh (Minisink Valley)-Kyle Felter (Port Jervis) winner; No. 2 Lucas Arora (Cornwall) vs. Ben Madnick (Goshen)

Round of 32: Nick Dollard (Monticello) vs. Alex Higgins (Port Jervis); Nick Villegas (Warwick) vs. Dan Perrego (Goshen); Nolan Green (James I. O’Neill) vs. Donovan Cesar (Valley Central); Ezra Movsas (Goshen) vs. David Higbee (James I. O’Neill); Chris Balogh (Minisink Valley) vs. Kyle Felter (Port Jervis)

Doubles
Round of 32: No. 1 Jack Clayton-Matt Reinhold (Newburgh Free Academy) bye; Keith Denarie-Andrew Gutierrez (Kingston) vs. Armaan Singh-Stephen Serkes (Goshen); Elvis Fuentes-Keshav Patel (Liberty) vs. Keith Pacia-Kristian Pacia (Middletown); Shabab Islam-Raj Patel (Newburgh Free Academy) vs. No. 8 Reilly Chin-Sean Jessup (Cornwall); No. 5 Mike Esposito-Andre Janums (Kingston) vs. Griffin Hayes-Eli Curran (Warwick); Raheem House-Thomas Cammerino (Monticello) vs. Chris Chirico-Shane Fitzpatrick (Goshen); Will Svoboda-Amaan Frutiwala (James I. O’Neill)-Jason Obie-Nicolas Delbue (Washingtonville); Ryan Strauss-Nate Walker (Minisink Valley) vs. No. 4 Arnav Shah-Aarav Shah (Newburgh Free Academy)

No. 3 Emil Vyskocil0-Will Webber (Cornwall) bye; Aidan Staunton-Mike Wolek (Goshen) vs. Henri Pothier-Justin Kochetta (Valley Central); David Gonzalez-Stanley Zhen (Middletown) vs. Cyrus Yarpezeshkan-Gurv Suri (Cornwall); Bailey Lane-Raymond Meyers (Port Jervis) vs. No. 6 Raj Patel-Reid Backus (Monroe-Woodbury); No. 7 Dean Redmond-Liam Redmond (Warwick) vs. Alex Linn-Brendan Stewart (Monroe-Woodbury); Shawn Gulamerian-Kiyan Hocek (Pine Bush) vs. Connor McElroy-Huynjun Ha (Burke Catholic); Harrison Dominique-KD Agyemon (Middletown) vs. Adam Higgins-Kyle Little (Port Jervis); No. 2 Logan Shippee-David Trott (Kingston) bye

 

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