2022 South Carolina High School Tennis Schedule Bracket

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The SC High School League men’s tennis playoffs begin this week.

The championships will take place on May 7 at the Florence Tennis Center. Here is an overview of the matches.

Class 5A

Tuesday

top state

Sleeper at JL Mann

Rock Hill at Fort Moulin

Woodmont to Spartanburg

Boiling Springs at Blythewood

Northwest to Ford Nation

Byrnes at TL Hanna

Clover in Spring Valley

Mauldin at Riverside

lower state

Sumter to River Bluff

Fort Dorchester in Stratford

Dutch Fork at Socastee

Berkeley to West Ashley

Ashley Ridge in Wando

Carolina Forest in Lexington

Cane Bay to Summerville

Chapin in St. James

Class 4A

Tuesday

top state

Irmo in Walhalla

York to Eastside

Greenville to Indian Land

West side at AC Flora

Byes: Catawba Ridge, Dreher, Travelers Rest, Greenwood

lower state

Colleton County to North Augusta

Hilton Head Island west of Florence

Wilson to Aiken

Midland Valley to James Island

Byes: Myrtle Beach, South Aiken, Beaufort, North Myrtle Beach

Class 3A

Tuesday

top state

Berea to Clinton

Seneca to Lower Richland

Broome to Blue Ridge

Fairfield Central in Wren

Daniel (goodbye)

Chapman in Powdersville

Belton-Honea Road in the middle of Carolina

Union County South Side

lower state

Hanahan in Camden

Region 8 #3 in Manning

Bye: Waccamaw, Brookland-Cayce, Gilbert, Oceanside Collegiate

Thusday

Gilbert at Oceanside Collegiate (2nd round)

Class 2A

Thusday

Phillip Simmons (goodbye)

Landrum in Batesburg-Leesville

Forest at Hannah-Pamplico

Columbia at Southside Christian

Saint Joseph (goodbye)

Barnwell to Williston-Elko

Saluda at Christ Church

Green Sea-Floyds at Governor’s School

This story was originally published April 25, 2022 7:00 a.m.

Lou Bezjak is the High School Athletic Readiness Coordinator for State (Columbia) and Island Packet (Hilton Head). He previously worked at the Florence Morning News and has covered high school sports in South Carolina since 2002. Lou is a two-time South Carolina Sports Writer of the Year by the National Sports Media Association.
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