Girls Tennis

Welcome to Bishop Chatard Girls Tennis

  • Cameron Huffman
    Head Coach
    Cameron Huffman
  • Assistant Coaches
    Dan McNally, Lauren Hagan, Morgan Paras
  • Reserve Coach
    Michele McCarthy
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Home games are played at Broad Ripple Park, unless otherwise noted.


Check back in early spring for the next season's schedule.

2019 Girls Tennis Scorecard

Archived Scores

Check the schedule on this page for last minute updates.

    • 3/25/19
      Scecina Memorial
      W 5-0.

      In a mental test more than anything, the Lady Trojans prevailed 5-0 in their season opener. Spring tennis in Indiana reared its head, with a windy testament to the girls’ fortitude. #1s Alysa Guffey (12) lost her first game of the match before she found her footing and strung together 12 of the next 13 games to win 6-1, 6-1. Sarah Scheidler (12) picked up her first varsity singles win 6-1, 6-0 at #3s. All the while, Claire Williams (12) & Belle deCastro (11) won their first match together 6-2, 6-1 at #1d. Lucy Park (12) on her 18th birthday! celebrated a win with Katie Barnes (12) at #2d 6-0, 6-1. The last point in the bag for the Trojans, #2s Sydney Sorensen (11), battled early nerves and the wind as she navigated her way to a 6-2, 6-2 win.

    • 3/27/19
      Lebanon
      W 4-1.

      The Lady Trojans move to 2-0 heading into spring break after a strong early season performance in Lebanon. #1s Alysa Guffey won in straight sets 6-2, 6-1, with #3s Addi Laux coming home with a white ball 6-3, 6-0 win! At #1d Belle deCastro & Claire Williams faced down a strong doubles team at the net 6-3, 6-2. Lucy Park & Katie Barnes also picked up a white ball win 6-3, 6-0 at #2d. The story of the night came from a gutsy performance out of Katie Guymon. In her first varsity experience, Katie stepped in at #2s and won the first set 6-4. She was outlasted in the final two sets 4-6, 4-6 by a #2s gal that will be around for awhile. Great efforts all around!

    • 4/9/19
      Pike
      W 4-1.

      #1s Alysa Guffey found her strokes early and rolled to a 6-2, 6-1 win. #3s Addi Laux didn’t drop a game en route to her 6-0, 6-0 win. #1d Belle deCastro and Claire Williams overcame a second set fitness test to pretzel stick their opponents 6-1, 6-1. Rounding out wins for the Lady Blue was #2d Lucy Park & Katie Barnes 6-3, 6-4. #2s Sydney Sorensen took one on the nose against a formidable freshman 5-7, 2-6. She’s hungry to rebound tomorrow and grow from her match. Great players are made for great moments, on Chatard!

    • 4/10/19
      Brebeuf Jesuit
      L 0-5.

      In a highly anticipated dual match, the Lady Trojans fell big 0-5 to #18 ranked Brebeuf. At the onset of the match, the Lady Trojans were competing well. #1s Alysa Guffey got off to a hot 1-0 start, but abruptly lost confidence in her consistency while falling 2-6, 2-6 to a junior she was 1-0 against in her career. The ripple effect trickled all the way through the roster as the wheels quickly came off. #3s Addi Laux was “top-spinned” off court second falling quickly 2-6, 1-6. #2d Lucy Park & Katie Barnes struggled to handle the service and net play of the Braves duo while they fell 2-6, 0-6. #1d Claire Williams & Belle deCastro quickly followed in a 2-6, 3-6 loss that saw the Braves dominate the net for the win. Sydney Sorensen was the last point on court at #2s, and while she dug deep into her bag of tricks clawing her way back from a 1-5 first set deficit to 3-5, it was too much to fight off a formidable opponent, and she fell 3-6, 2-6.

    • 4/15/19
      Heritage Christian
      W 5-0.

      The force was strong in the singles line up tonight. The girls only lost a cumulative six games across the three courts, winning each match in straight sets. Claire Williams and Belle deCastro won 6-0, 6-4 at #1d in what started to be a chilly end to the evening. The last point for the Lady Trojans came at #2d where Lucy Park and Katie Barnes overcame some mental adversity (and a lot of missed volleys) before winning 6-2, 0-6, 10-7.

    • 4/17/19
      Cathedral
      L 0-5.

      Coach was pleased with this team effort tonight against #1 state ranked cathedral. Alysa faced a #1s player who is challenging back and forth between #2 and #1 this season on arguably the states best toughest singles line up. She held a slight advantage at 1-1 up 40-0 in the second set of the match with a great chance to change the momentum, but just couldn’t convert before falling 0-6, 1-6. Lucy Park & Katie Barnes put up a fight at #2d, conjuring up an hour long first set. They ultimately fell 4-6, 2-6 in the final match of the night.

    • 4/20/19
      Athenian Boosters Invite
      Rained out
    • 4/22/19
      Lawrence North
      W 3-2.

      Three points is all it takes! Lucy Park & Katie Barnes came away with a 6-2, 6-1 win at #2d. Belle deCastro & Claire Williams battled through a tough first set winning 6-4. The duo had no problem closing off the Wildcats, winning the second set 6-0. Sydney Sorensen brought home the winning point at #2s. Sorensen reversed her results from two years past and clinched the critical third point of the night 6-2, 6-2.

    • 4/24/19
      Warren Central
      W 4-1.

      Alysa Guffey squared off against an illness substitution from Warren Central, taking her match 6-1, 6-1. Sydney Sorensen enjoyed cleeeaaan livin’ with a 6-0, 6-0 win against a very good #2s opponent (and their former #1s player). Sarah Scheidler played a heartfelt match at #3s before falling 3-6, 4-6. Belle deCastro & Claire Williams strung together their gutsiest performance of the year with a tight 7-5 first set win. These two took control at the net and played high IQ tennis to win 6-1 in the second. Lucy Park & Katie Barnes didn’t lose a game en route to 6-0, 6-0 win at #2d.

    • 4/25/19
      Franklin Community
      Canceled
    • 4/29/19
      Covenant Christian
      W 4-1.

      On a splendid senior night, help from the Lady Trojans came at #1s where senior Alysa Guffey disposed of her opponent 6-2, 6-3. Seniors Lucy Park & Katie Barnes made quick work at #2d 6-1, 6-2. Sydney Sorensen took home a W 6-0, 6-1 at #2s and Addi Laux made a clean sweep at #3s 6-0, 6-0. The lone loss of the night came from #1d Belle deCastro & senior Claire Williams 1-6, 6-7(1). We’d like to see a re-match here absent the long-to-shorts!

    • 4/30/19
      North Central
      L 2-3.

      For the second year in a row the Lady Trojans fall 2-3 to North Central. What a telling sign for this program to go toe-to-toe with a tennis giant in consecutive years. The #12 Panthers found their way to the magic three by sweeping the doubles and #3s. Alysa Guffey marked her territory on show court with a #1s win 6-1, 6-2. Sydney Sorensen showed true perseverance in her match as she found herself down in the first set 0-3 and then 1-4. Sydney conjured up quite the patience, turning the first set in her favor 1hr 35min later in a 7-6(3) tiebreak win. Surely Sydney knew to help coaches’ blood pressure in her second set, where she won in much more swift 6-3 second set. (SPOILER ALERT: Sydney earns the first POW Perseverance award with her performance tonight!)

    • 5/2/19
      Roncalli
      L 2-3.

      Roncalli put together three girls that were better than us and that was all they needed. Lady Trojans fell 2-3 in a show at the very humid UIndy bubble. Rebel singles swept the Lady Trojans. Alysa Guffey had her Individual State Regional Semi-finals tournament win avenged in 4-6, 3-6 straight set loss. She showed her best version of herself on court tonight and I am happy with the way this girl competed–she didn’t give up. Now, we live to see another day. I want her to carry this intensity through the rest of her matches. Just the way she held a stoic game face all night, the way the ball echoed off the sides of the bubble, it was a fun sight to see. Winning is sometimes more fun, but playing your best tennis is more important. I think she did tonight. Would like to see this carry though tomorrow vs Oldenburg in what will likely be the deciding court.
      Sydney Sorensen was run left-right-up-and-back and upside down tonight in a 3-6, 0-6 match. Would really like to see her match day groundies add 25 mph. She can hit with the best of them, coaches believe in her! Sarah Scheidler stepped in at #3s and played a very very consistent opponent who took the edge 3-6, 1-6.
      Yay doubles! deCastro & Williams white balled their girls (holy cow I didn’t even realize it!) Park & Barnes saw a tough fought 6-4, 6-4 win fall their way. These four ladies just need to commit to aggressive net play and exact their will against their opponents. We got the skills (save the ability to go short-to-short, long-to-long consistently!), but that’s why we play. We get better, learn, and gain traction that eventually results in habit.

    • 5/3/19
      Oldenburg Academy
      L 2-3.

      Tough Friday night match rounding out a four-match week. These take their toll on the girls and duly noted for next season, have to schedule more matches in the beginning. The two winning courts for Lady Blue were #2s Sydney Sorensen and #3s Addi Laux. We are looking forward to getting back on the courts next week and apply our lessons we’ve learned this week!

    • 5/6/19
      Guerin Catholic
      L 2-3.

      Another oh so close competition! Man, we just can’t find that third point in these matches. I know these Lady Trojans have it in them, they will be back with intensity and ready to persevere. It’s been such a weird stretch though, sometimes we win all the singles and lose both doubles, then there’s nights like tonight where we sweep the doubles but can’t get a singles point to drop. My oh my this Lady Trojans team tried! Winning points were deCastro & Williams at #1d 6-3, 5-7, 7-5 as well as Park & Barnes won 5-7, 6-4, 6-4.

    • 5/7/19
      Cardinal Ritter (A)
    • 5/8/19
      Westfiled (H)
    • 5/9/19
      Noblesville (H)
    • 5/10/19
      City Tournament (Riverside)
    • 5/11/19
      City Tournament (Riverside)
    • 5/13/19
      City Tournament (Riverside)
    • 5/14/19
      Delta (A)
    • 5/15/19
      Sectional vs Cathedral
      L 0-5.

      The 2019 season has come to an end. Could not have asked for a better group of girls to compete alongside each other this season. A special moment came at the end of the bus ride when I think I might have heard the fight song start up a second time. The seniors all stayed in the parking lot blaring music dancing with each other–may they forever have forged the bond of teammates.

      Alysa Guffey at 1s exited 0-6, 0-6 and finished her career with 59 wins total wins, enough for second in program history.
      Sydney Sorensen at 2s exited 0-6, 2-6 doing her best to make a formidable Cathedral opponent fight for each point.
      Addi Laux at 3s exited 0-6, 0-6 in a match that will help her see her game go through some growth in the 10 months.
      Claire Williams and Belle deCastro exited at 1d 0-6, 1-6, winning the first game of the second set. Claire, can’t say you didn’t go out on top!
      Katie Barnes & Lucy Park at 2d exited 3-6, 4-6, making the Irish work once again for their point. Ladies – congrats on a great career!
      To all our players, it’s been an honor to be a part of your journey. Use your successes to motivate you forward and your losses to elevate you into a better player and most importantly, person. Who’s next? Who will round out next years lineup and continue to make Lady Trojan Tennis a program to reckon with?

    • 3/25/19
      Scecina Memorial
      W 2-0.

      Katie Guymon (11) & Gabby Croddy (10) did not lose a game in their season opener, debuting at #1d with a 6-0, 6-0 win. Zizi Wuensch (9) & Peyton Bean (9) were victorious in their first ever match as Lady Trojans 8-2 at #2d. Congratulations girls on your first career wins!

    • 3/27/19
      Lebanon
      W 4-1.

      Caroline Machala (11) earns her first wins of the season at #1s & #3s, 8-1, 8-0 respectively. Gabby Croddy (10) fell at #2s 5-8, before earning an 8-1 win at #4s. Zizi Wuensch (9) & Peyton Bean (9) add their second win in a row, this time at #1d 8-6. They duo heads into spring break undefeated in their freshman year! JV is off to a 2-0 start heading into the break.

    • 4/9/19
      Pike
      W 5-0.

      Sarah Scheidler competed at #1s winning 5-3, 4-1. Katie Guymon and Caroline Machala walk away with a 5-3, 4-2 win at #1d. Maddi Felts & Heidi Copple won at #2d while Nadia Stuart & Zizi Wuensch won at #3d, neither team dropping a game en route to a 4-0, 4-0 win. Gabby Croddy & Peyton Bean won at #4d 4-0, 5-4.

    • 4/10/19
      Brebeuf Jesuit
      L 1-4.

      Katie Guymon stepped in at #1s losing a close first set 4-5 (4), before falling 0-4. #1d Sarah Scheidler & Heidi Copple fell in a decisive 2-4, 1-4 duel. The only win of the night came at #3d where Nadia Stuart & Zizi Wuensch won 5-4 (4), 4-0. As Coach Clark’s legacy lives on, win that first game of the second set and you never know what can happen!

    • 4/15/19
      Heritage Christian
      W 5-0.

      In an all doubles duo, the Lady Trojans won 5-0. Sarah Scheidler & Katie Guymon were victorious at #1d 4-1, 5-3. In a tough three set win #3d Nadia Stuart & Heidi Copple split sets coming away with the win 4-2, 2-4, 7-4.

    • 4/17/19
      Cathedral
      Tie 3-3

      The doubles had themselves a night! Heidi Copple and Maddi Felts won 5-4(4), 4-1 in their first match at #1d and went right back on against #2d winning 4-0, 4-1. Nadia Stuart and Peyton Bean won at #3d 4-2, 2-4, 10-8. These two were down 6-8 in the third set tiebreak and strung off four points in a row to win the match and yield a tie for the team!
      Katie Guymon faced two very strong Lady Irish players at #1s & #2s, but gained some traction in through her second match before falling 3-5 in the final set. Gabby Croddy faced a similar tough foe at #3s. Despite her best efforts to outlast and outrun her opponent, she fell 2-4, 3-5.

    • 4/20/19
      Athenian Boosters Invite
      Canceled
    • 4/22/19
      Lawrence North
      W 3-2.

      Sarah Scheidler took care of business at #1s 6-1, 6-1. Caroline Machala and Maddi Felts at #2d played to a solid 4-2, 4-2 win and Nadia Stuart and Heidi Copple reached the magic three with a 4-0, 4-1 win at #3d.

    • 4/24/19
      Warren Central
      W 5-0.

      Lady Trojans crushed it in this match. Addi Laux, Katie Guymon, & Gabby Croddy each went 6-0 at #1-2-3s. Caroline Machala & Maddi Felts went 6-0 at #1d. Heidi Copple also took care of business at #4s with a 6-2 win.

    • 4/25/19
      Franklin Community
      Canceled
    • 4/29/19
      Covenant Christian
      W 6-0.

      Across the board, the Lady Trojans dominated. #1s senior Sarah Scheidler took home a 4-1, 4-2 dub-ya against a strong opponent. #1d Nadia Stuart & Maddi Felts came away victorious with a 4-1, 4-2 win. Lady Blue made quick work of the Warriors!

    • 4/30/19
      North Central
      W 5-1

      What a year it has been for JV! In this round, Nadia Stuart stepped in at #1s and delivered a punishing 4-1, 4-2 win. Maddi Felts in at #2s blistered her opponent in a 4-0, 4-2 win. Sarah Scheidler & Katie Guymon definitely gave coach his first gray hairs as this duo went out with an 0-4 first set loss. They then summoned their experience and took the second set 4-2. Brad Gilbert wrote an entire book called, “Winning Ugly.” I think this duo took out a full page ad and won their third set 5-3. Caroline Machala & Heidi Copple were persistent in their pursuit of a W tonight, spinning an unbelievable momentum switch 4-5(8) first set loss into a 4-1, 4-1 three set win. Gabby Croddy & Peyton Bean at #3d won their 5-4(1), 4-1. Sounds like a good week for some additional tiebreak practice!

    • 5/2/19
      Roncalli
      W 4-1.

      This group is bolstering up some strong competition for the future lineup. Our coaches hope this nice group of players recognizes the important role that they play in the future of the Lady Trojan tennis program. Their willingness to follow in our seniors’ shoes and dedicate themselves to being the next face of the program will determine our fate. It became clear tonight that they will have some big shoes to face and whole ‘nother level to play to next year. What will the offseason hold?

      Winning was #2s Heidi Copple, #1d Nadia Stuart & Katie Guymon, #2d Maddi Felts & Gabby Croddy, & #3d Zizi Wuensch & Peyton Bean. The most exciting part of the night came watching these freshman play at #3d. What coachable gals and more exciting to think, will a future #1s player come from one these two?

    • 5/3/19
      Oldenburg Academy
      W 6-0.

      There was a significant difference in play tonight between the two levels and JV came to play! They only lost 6 games across six courts tonight. Sarah Scheidler faced down her opponent at #1s 6-2, 6-1, Caroline Machala and Maddi Felts downed their #1d opponents 6-0, 6-0.

    • 5/6/19
      Guerin Catholic (A)
    • 5/7/19
      Cardinal Ritter (A)
    • 5/8/19
      Westfiled (H)
    • 5/9/19
      Noblesville (H)
    • 5/10/19
      City Tournament
      Place, Not applicable
    • 5/11/19
      City Tournament (Riverside)
    • 5/13/19
      City Tournament (Riverside)
    • 5/14/19
      Delta (A)
    • 4/23/19
      Guerin Catholic
      L 1-4

      Our only win was at 5 doubles by Lele and Sylvie. This was Guerin’s 6th match of the season and only our first. Guerin had 24 girls and no singles players. Therefore, our two singles players ended up playing doubles together in the number 2 spot. Two good singles players do not necessarily make a good doubles team (which I knew…) Lineup: Sarah S & Mel J (1-8) (6-3), Merritt & Monica (0-8), (1-5), Elena & Leah ((2-8),(6-1), Lilli & Sarah G (0-8), (4-6), Lele & Sylvie (8-5), (6-1). Things to work on for everyone: Court awareness (getting balls from other courts), returning harder serves, staying out of no man’s land and being in position, looking forward when up at the net, remembering basics at net (squeeze and freeze, not swinging), knowing the score at all times and calling for help when needed, giving praise to the other team “good serve, nice shot”, being more active on the court, talking to your partner. Guerin’s 1-3 doubles were very tough, hard serves, and consistent.

    • 4/29/19
      Park Tudor
      W 3-2

      The girls pulled off a great victory against Park Tudor (away) on Monday, April 29th with a 3-2 score. Our losses came at #1 and #2 singles against very tough competitors. Merritt Jaeger played 1S and lost 3-8. The score was not reflective of how evenly the match was played. Lots of great rallies. Serves were where many points were won or lost. Monica Szentes lost 0-8. She too struggled with her serves and mentally got down on herself. The PT player was very consistent, used lots of topspin, and was a strong server. Mel Jansen & Sarah Starliper (1D) won 8-5. Both girls were aggressive and served well. Elena Mazzei & Leah Brown played smart tennis to win 8-4. They played to the opponents’ weaknesses. At 3D, Sarah Gramling & Elly Spalding won 8-5. Great chemistry b/t our players and Elly served well. Lely Nguyen & Sylvie Kramer remain undefeated and easily won 6-1. Lele also played singles and won 6-0. As a team, we need to work on: having two balls when serving, never giving up on a point until it’s finished, more talking between players, (back playing saying Switch).

    • 4/30/19
      North Central
      L 3-4

      The girls played a hard fought match against a very strong and competitive NC team. BCHS lost 3-4 but Coach was very proud of how well everyone played! This was also the first time we played the best 2 out of three 3 sets with 10 point tiebreaker for 3rd. We lost 1-3 singles to experienced players. Merritt Jaeger at #1 singles lost 0-6, 0-6. Her opponent hit consistently hard topspin shots and placed them all over the court. She was a super player. Merritt’s serves held her back but she stayed in the rallies. Elly Spalding played #2S and lost 3-6, 2-6. This was Elly’s first singles match of the season. Elly moved well on the court but her opponent was simply a better player that day. Monica Szentes, 3S, lost 0-6, 1-6 to an opponent who’s first serve was Varsity level. The NC player had lots of topspin and was very experienced. Lele Nguyen, 4S, won 7-5, 6-3. One doubles with Mel Jansen & Sarah Starliper was a very exciting match and showed how mental the game of tennis is for players. Scores were 3-6, 6-4, 12-10 TB. The girls dug deep and got fired up to win the second set and their confidence helped pull out the W. Elena Mazzei & Leah Brown struggled at 2D to overcome the mental hurdles and lost 2-6, 3-6. Sarah Gramling & Sylvie Kramer won at 3D 6-1, 9-7. They had a lot of fun playing together. Overall we need to work on returning harder serves, hitting through the ball for more consistency, and staying tough mentally.

    • 5/1/19
      Pike
      Canceled

      LR cancelled us. Did not fill the roster deep enough.

    • 5/3/19
      Cathedral
      Tie, Place 3-3

      Oh, how I wish we would’ve had an additional matchup so that we could’ve had a win over Cathedral! Instead, it was a 3-3 draw with the Irish sweeping Singles and the Trojans winning doubles. Lele Nyugen hesitantly played 3S and lost 4-8. I was impressed with her tenacity because she was down 0-4 and could’ve easily given up. Many games went to deuce over and over. For someone who did not want to play singles on that day, she really hung in there. At 2 singles Elly Spalding lost 1-8 to a seasoned player who hit with power and consistency. Merritt Jaeger lost at 1 Singles, 3-8, against a player who had her own cheering section. Sometimes that is hard to overcome. We need to continue working on being mentally tough and getting in shape to outlast our opponents. Sarah Starliper and Mel Jansen had a decisive win at 1 Doubles (8-2) with tough serves and aggressive net play. Leah Brown and Elena Mazzei did a nice job talking to one another as partners and calling the ball during this 2 Doubles match to overpower their opponents (8-2). Sarah Gramling and Sylvie Kramer played 3 doubles against a Cathedral trio, who rotated players every game, and won 8-4.

    • 5/7/19
      Brebeuf (H)
    • 5/9/19
      Cardinal Ritter
      Rained out
    • 5/10/19
      Lawrence North
      W 5-0

      It was a decisive win for the Trojans over LN with a 5-0 sweep. Merritt had the closest match at 8-4 at 1S. Elly easily won 8-2 at 2S. Monica quickly won her 3S match for 8-0. Mel and Sarah at 1D won 8-3 and Sylvie and Lele played well together at 2D to win 8-2. It was fantastic to win on all 5 courts! First time for that.

    • 5/11/19
      Carmel Invite
      Place 7th out of 8th

      This was the girls’ first tournament and we had a few firsts as well as takeways. 1. We need to demonstrate good sportsmanship no matter the outcome of the match. Be gracious in winning as well as losing. Great lesson to carry with us no matter what we’re doing. 2. A few doubles’ teams were distracted by coaches/parents/players yelling and cheering and let that interfere with their play. We need to channel our inner Elsa and “Let it Go”. 3. We had an adaptive singles tennis match where the player in the wheelchair gets two bounces. What an inspiration!

    • 5/14/19
      Delta
      W 5-0

      Who could ask for a better way to end our season than by playing alongside the Varsity/JV team and coming away with a win on a beautiful spring day! All 5 reserve teams won their matches after patiently waiting to take the courts. Monica played 3 Singles to win 6-3 at 9:20 p.m. Sarah & Mel were 3D and came back to win 8-5. Merritt and Elly loved playing doubles (4) together and dominated their court for an 8-2 win. At 5D, Leah & Elena once again had great teamwork to win 8-3. Sylvie and Lele rounded out our sweep by winning 8-2. Team bonding on the hour-long bus ride was awesome to witness. What a fantastic group of girls!

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