Bremen Boys Varsity Tennis

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2020 Boys Tennis Awards

  2020 NIC South Champion – Overall NIC Standings: 3rd Place – Sectional Champion – Regional Champion (1st in BHS history) – Semi State Qualifier – Bremen Invitational Champion – West Noble Invitational Champion – Concord Invitational Runner-Up – Record: 19-2 – Final State Rankings: 28th (L to R) Mason Porter – Coach Award, All-NIC

Bremen Tennis Captures 1st Regional

With a program rich in history and accolades, Bremen Tennis accomplished a first in school history……A REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP!  The Lions took care of the Cadets of Culver Academy 4-1 last night at the Peru Regional and ran their record to a stellar 19-1 with their only loss at the hands of Penn HS and their

Lions Survive and Advance

Bremen Tennis posted a 3-2 win over Peru last night in the regional semifinals.  Winning for the Lions were Carson Miller, Shay Kyser, Mason Porter, Mariano DeLeon and Camden Hickman. Bremen travels back to Peru this evening for a regional championship versus Culver Academy.  First serve scheduled for 5:00 p.m. BRING HOME THE HARDWARE BOYS!!  

Lions Whitewash Sectional Field

Bremen Tennis captured their second consecutive sectional championship on Saturday with an impressive showing in the finals versus Glenn  The Lions did not lose a set in their two sectional victories as they punched a ticket to the Peru Regional.  Sectional winners include Mark Bahr (#1 singles), Carson Miller (#2 singles), Dawson Hickman (#3 singles),

Boys Tennis Sectional Pairings

Bremen High School will host the 2020 boys tennis sectional at DeSantis Courts.  The semifinals will be held on Wednesday, September 30th and the championship will be played on Thursday, October 1st.  Both rounds will begin at 5:00 p.m.  Go GREEN MACHINE!! Round 1 – Wednesday, September 30 @ 5:00 PM Glenn vs. Plymouth Bremen

Bremen Tennis Cracks Top 30

The Indiana High School Tennis Coaches Association released their latest state rankings and have Bremen coming in at #29.  The Lions make the cut despite having the second lowest enrollment (FW Canterbury) in the polls.  Bremen is in exclusive company along side the state’s largest schools in addition to several private school powerhouses.  Congratulations Coaches

Lions Backhand NIC

At Leeper Park, Bremen Tennis challenged all comers in the Northern Indiana Conference Tournament on Tuesday and walked away with third place behind only Penn and South Bend Saint Joseph.  The smallest school in the conference, Bremen placed 5th at #3 singles (Dawson Hickman), 4th place at #1 singles (Mark Bahr-NIC Honarable Mention), 3rd place