Clark Boys Varsity Tennis

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King of the Court!

  As the boys tennis heads up to Reno for state I wanted to interview their amazing coach, Mr. Zimmel, world class World History teacher at Clark. How long have you been coaching? I guess you could say this is my second year. I took over during the middle of the season last year, so

Clark refuses to lose!

 Artem Iermolov (left) and Mathew Spagnolo (right) celebrate a point during a doubles match against Bonanza on Monday, Oct. 15, at Durango High School.  Photo Credit: Sam Gordon/Las Vegas Review- Journal   Clark’s boys tennis team mostly rolled through the regular season, winning 13 of 16 matches by six points or more. But the Chargers were

Clark’s International Tennis Player- Artem Iermolov

Clark Junior, Artem Iermolov, is another returning top athlete for the boy’s varsity tennis team. Last year he was the Sunset Region champion and state runner-up in singles. How does a national competing athlete juggle school, athletic commitment and his goals? What makes him different from other athletes? One of his memorable memories was when

Captain Ryan Dahan 0-0 Tennis

Our senior veteran of Boys Varsity Tennis, Ryan Dahan, told us of his great experience playing tennis for Clark. One of his favorite memories of previous seasons was about one of his teammate: “Taylor Tobar had so much spirit, yelling in between games that the other team questioned if he was allowed to do that.

Rahul Gupte Always Causes A Racket

Rahul Gupte is one of Clark’s top returning athletes who last year went 3-0 in singles to lead our Boys Tennis team to a 10-8 road victory over Bishop Gorman. He recommends to those thinking of checking out tennis to join because, “Everyone has fun at practice and it’s very inclusive…the team atmosphere is very enlightening.” . 

Aidan Abbott Aces His Way Into Junior Year

Starting off this fall’s new season, we interviewed Aidan Abbott, three year veteran on Clark’s Varsity Boys’ Tennis team. We discussed his balancing act of tennis, school, and everyday life. What has been your biggest challenge? “My biggest challenge has probably been time management, not being stressed and not procrastinating…but it usually happens anyway.“  What are