Batavia has turned in the best efforts of late among Clermont County’s high school varsity tennis teams. Milford and Glen Este have been winning a share of their games, too.
Batavia has won seven of its first 10 games and is 6-1 in the Southern Buckeye Conference National Division to be in the thick of the competition in that race.
“They’ve been playing fine. The singles guys have played real well,” said coach Jon Nau.
Chase Miller, senior first singles, and Tim Burns, senior second singles, have the the most outstanding.
“There has been some pleasant surprises,” said Nau. “Nathan Sisodia (sophomore third singles) has become a very capable singles player.”
Nau foresees a bright future for the Green and White.
The first and second singles have been playing well all year and we’ll be losing them and one other senior, but we’ll have five returning players,” Nau said.