The Brantford Collegiate Institute team dominated at the annual Brant high school senior tennis tournament, capturing three of five possible titles and edging out Paris District High School for the overall title.
The round-robin tournament was played on Tuesday at the Dufferin Tennis Club and featured 74 matches during the day.
The boys doubles team of Adam Bakker and Riley Campbell captured the title ahead of a three-way tie between PDHS, Assumption College and North Park Collegiate for second place.
Bakker captured the junior boys singles title last year.
The North Park team of Danny Howell and Marko Romic took the silver on a tiebreaker.
BCI’s second championship came from the mixed doubles team of Savannah Davidson and D.J. Morrison, who edged the defending champion PDHS duo of Cameron Capel and Christine Brooker.
The third crown for BCI came in the boys singles competition, which saw Zack Morrison edge out NPC’s Jacob Lickers for the title.
PDHS won the girls doubles title, with Beth Stulen and Emma Woods finishing ahead of BCI’s team.
Woods won the same title last season with a different partner. Stulen moved up from junior, where she captured last year’s singles crown.
PDHS’s Alex Forsyth captured the girls singles title ahead of NPC’s Kendall Jeppesen.
The BCI team earned 47 points to take home the Brant County Secondary School Athletics Association tennis title for 2012.
PDHS came second with 44 points and NPC finished third with 39 points.
Convenor Brenda Csordas was pleased that all six local high schools fielded a tennis team, noting that there tends to be a scratch here or there at the tournament.
The winners of each division advance to CWOSSA playdowns at the Northfield Racquet Club in Waterloo on Oct. 11.
The junior BCSSAA tournament is scheduled for Thursday at the Dufferin Tennis Club.