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Girls Tennis takes 1st, 2nd at Suffield Invitational

Unlike previous years, rain didn’t stop the 2024 Suffield Invitational.

And once the Wilbraham & Monson Academy Girls Tennis players took to the court, not much could stop them either.

Romy Allen-Schubert ’27 and Emma Landry ’25 placed first and second, respectively, on May 18 at the Suffield Invitational.

Romy beat Williston Northampton School in a close opening match before shutting out opponents from Frederick Gunn School and Ethel Walker School to win the #2 singles title.

Meanwhile, at #1 singles, Emma defeated players from Suffield Academy and Ethel Walker before falling in the final to an opponent from Frederick Gunn.


Romy on her experience at this year’s Suffield Invitational: “I was really happy with my result on Saturday and thought it was a great way to end the season. I have played tennis (at WMA) since sixth grade, but this year's team has been my favorite by far. This team is really special to me, and I am going to miss the seniors so much. It was very meaningful to me to share this experience with them.”

Emma on how she played at the Suffield Invitational: “I think that I played well. It was my strongest performance of the season against some excellent competitors. I feel like it was not only the best athleticism I have demonstrated, but also the greatest mental toughness. In my second match, I saved four match points in a tight tiebreaker to earn a spot in the championships, which was an amazing feeling.”


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