EC's Kane Earns All-State 2nd Team Honors, Five More Area Stars Recognized

The IHSTCA recently announced their 2022 Girls All-State Teams.

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INDIANAPOLIS - Six area high school tennis players have earned All-State honors. 

The Indiana High School Tennis Coaches Association recently released their 2022 All-State Teams. 

East Central senior Heidi Kane was named IHSTCA 2nd Team Singles. Kane is the first singles player in school history to be named to the All-State team. 

As a senior, Kane was crowned EIAC and Sectional Champion in #1 singles. She advanced to the regional final, where her season came to an end to state runner-up Lauren Long, of Park Tudor. 

Aside from being named All-State, Kane was selected to play at the IGCSA North-South All-Star event, where she went 2-0 in singles and 1-0 in doubles.

Oldenburg Academy's #1 doubles team of Mimi Wilder and Evelyn Storms were named IHSTCA 2nd Team Doubles. Wilder and Storms, both juniors, helped Oldenburg Academy to a sectional and regional championship. The Lady Twisters had their magical season ended in the Final 8 with a 3-2 loss to Delta. 

Peyton Pies (East Central), Elle McMullen (Lawrenceburg) and Isabel Price (Oldenburg Academy) are IHSTCA Honorable Mention. 

2022 Girls’ All-State | Indiana High School Tennis Coaches Association (indianatennis.com)

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