MBHS Tennis Secures 2 State Titles

  • Photos: AHSAA

  • Monday, May 1, 2023 – The Mountain Brook boys and girls varsity tennis teams both captured the 6A state championship trophy last week in Mobile at the AHSAA state championship tennis tournament.

    The girl's win was their 6th consecutive championship and 32nd state title in program history. They won all nine (six singles and three doubles) state championships.

    The boys avenged their 2022 runner-up finish and are back on top of 6A as they secured their first title since 2017 and their 27th championship in program history. They won eight out of nine state championships in singles and doubles.

    Girls results:


    #1 seed: Pippa Roy (state champion)

    #2 seed: Annie Lacey (state champion)

    #3 seed: Ann Royal Goodson (state champion)

    #4 seed: Mary Neale Polk (state champion)

    #5 seed: Mae Mae Lacey (state champion)

    #6 seed: Moria Dowling (state champion)


    #1 seed: Pippa Roy/Annie Lacey (state champions)

    #2 seed: Ann Coleman/Mae Mae Lacey (state champions)

    #3 seed: Mary Neale Polk/Mary Jackson Darnall (state champions)

    Boys results:


    #1 seed: Luke Schwefler (state runner-up)

    #2 seed: Connor Jenkins (state champion)

    #3 seed: Thomas Austin (state champion)

    #4 seed: Guy Mitchell (state champion)

    #5 seed: Max Gayden (state champion)

    #6 seed: George Dumas (state champion)


    #1 seed: Luke Schwefler/ Max Gayden (state champions)

    #2 seed: Logan Woodall/Connor Jenkins (state champions)

    #3 seed: Thomas Austin/Guy Mitchell (state champions)

    Mountain Brook Schools athletics adding these two titles brings the state championship count to 185 across all programs in school history. This school year alone, Spartan teams have won six state championships: boys cross country, girls cross country, wrestling (duals), girls indoor track, boys tennis, and girls tennis. This marks the fourth time in school history that MBHS has had six state championship programs in a single school year (1994-95, 2010-11, 2021-22).