Churchill Caps Off Career On Top

Senior's Dominant Play Usually Leaves Opponents Flustered

Posted: December 18, 2012 at 5 a.m.

Singles Player of the Year Reed Churchill of Fayetteville.

Reed Churchill doesn’t display much emotion on the tennis court. He leaves that to the opponents who are usually left flustered by his dominant play.


Reed Churchill

SCHOOL: Fayetteville

CLASS: Senior


NOTABLE: Became Fayetteville's first state champion in boys tennis singles since Darin Phelan, the current Bulldogs coach won it back in 1993... Repeated as 7A state singles champion this season and also won the singles title in the 7A/6A-West conference in both 2011 and 2012. Helped Fayetteville to a runner-up finish at the Class 7A tournament each of the last two years.

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