Our 2021-22 NHHS Tennis Teams


Girl's Teams



Baylee Budde

Breckyn Burg

Carmela Ditteaux

Chloe Bennett

Haley Dodman

Kendall Solomon

Lily Toohey

Paige Decinces

Renee Hays

Riley Bogard

Sophie Harlan

Sova Shultz


Alexis Gonzalez

Avery Muir

Aviv Golan

Brigitte Webber

Charlize Flandrois

Emma Steelberg

Evie Harlan

Faith Kaplan

Lainey Waite

Lucy Shannon

Olivia White

Reese Hlista

Sienna Ivey

Sienna Weston

Sydney Perrin

Tatum Sullivan

FROSH/SOPH (Blue Team):

Alma Hollen

Briena Hinshaw-Finley

Celia Waltos

Charlotte Warmington

Claire West

Dagney Smith

Ella Kidder

Gwen Elerding

Haley Wilson

Kamryn Emerson

London Jurczyk

Macey Craiger

Scarlett Mcgrath

Shea Kozlowski

Sydney Drummond

FROSH/SOPH (Grey Team):

Ava M. Gross

Bianca Sanchez

Brooke Elmore

Brooke Pulver

Caitlyn Eckles

Danika Look

Ellie Ronnow

Emily Deck

Emma Trimble

Erica Maddocks

Fatima Dorantes

Finley MacBeth (Ryland)

Jordan Lloyd

Kailee Kwast

Karlie Reister

Kate Emily Fratts

Madison Jolie Shinder

Nina Vujnovich

Ruby Hall

Sabrina Webber

Sally Peterson

Sandra A. Gutierrez

Shirlyn Jimenez

Siena Mahdi

Sloane Coupe

Sofia Posse

Vivian West

Tennis Match

Boy's Teams


Charlie Andrijowych

Ryan Ciongoli

August Eckweiler

Keiran    Etherington

Shane Gorrie

Justin Harlow

Will Jeffries

Waylan Johnson

Landon Kimble

Phillip Krieg

Jon Minken

Sean Pelletier

Nick Presta

Isaac Rogers

Alec Rooney

Lucas Sanchez

Spencer Sharpe

Braden Spicer

Benton White

Josh Wooden



The Student-Athlete at Newport Harbor High School…

  • Is a good person, someone to look up to and admire

  • Knows the difference between right and wrong and always tries to do what is right

  • Sets a good example for everyone

  • Makes the world a better place

  • Lives according to the “Six Pillars of Character”:
    Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring & Citizenship


Newport Harbor High School is a public institution that promises “inclusion of all students” and at no time will a student be dismissed from a curricular, co-curricular, or extra-curricular program attached to the school, dismissed from instruction, and/or receive a lower grade due to financial hardship.