Bishop Brady’s Herrington claims third straight NHIAA girls’ tennis singles title

Monitor staff
Sunday, June 10, 2018

Bishop Brady’s Sydney Herrington capped an incredible four-year high school tennis career with her third straight NHIAA girls’ singles championship on Saturday.

Herrington started her day at Southern New Hampshire University with a 6-0, 6-0 semifinal win against Bishop Guertin freshman Amy Maalouf. It was a bit of revenge for the Brady senior, who had lost to Maalouf and Claire Reynolds in Thursday’s doubles final.

Herrington posted a third-straight bagel to open the final against Bedford’s Carley Citron before finishing off a 6-0, 6-3 win to claim her third-straight championship.

Herrington lost just one singles match in her high school career – the 2015 tournament final to Manchester Central’s Julia Chapelle. Herrington went 55-0 during team matches with the Giants and was 16-1 in the singles tournament. Next year she will put down the racket and focus on playing Division I college hockey for Northeastern.