Claremore’s Nathan Kuykendall capped off the 2013 high school tennis season with Tulsa World All-Metro honorable mention recognition.
Kuykendall was the lone Rogers County representative to receive post-season accolades in boys tennis.
The All-Metro boys tennis team is selected by the Tulsa World sports staff after nominations are submitted from the area high school tennis coaches. Players in grades 9-12 were eligible for recognition.
Riverfield freshman Zeke Clark was named the Tulsa World All-Metro Boys Tennis Player of the Year
The first-team Tulsa World All-Metro recipients were the following tennis players: Chase Gordon, senior, Jenks; Mitchell Worley, junior, Jenks; Austin Hoose, sophomore, Cascia Hall; Andreas Kutt and Mitchell Mathias, senior and junior, Tulsa Union; Patrick Sims and Mason Bridegan, senior and junior, Broken Arrow.
Honorable mention honors went to the following tennis players:
Bartlesville — Phil Collins, Preston Garrett, Collin Sanders and Cameron Villines.
Booker T. Washington — Micah Cash, Cole Inhofe, Jaime Nunez and Patrick Wilson.
Broken Arrow — Josh Lima and Ryan Peters.
Cascia Hall — Luke Clawson, Alec Powers and Marko Tardio.
Edison — Tucker Clary.
Jenks — Alex Antonides, Grant Bond, Bennett Hughes, Johnny Miller, Braden Singleton and John Tonielli.
Kelley — Travis Coulson, Matt Craig, Drew Gunsch, Russell Holder and Carson Howard.
Metro Christian — Blake Alley, Jackson Fine, Jeff McNeal, Zac Price and J.T. Tasker.
Riverfield — Tim Clark, Jon Kelley and Kenny Kite.
Tulsa Union — Darien Ghali, Brad Gleason, Larry Li and Jeremy Roberts.