“There’s days he comes out there and he plays (really) well,” he said. “(He) has an outstanding all-around game.”
Scott Rentfrow and Luke Jansen are in line to round out the singles rotation. Rentfrow teamed with Fifer on doubles last year, but has spent the last year working his way into singles play, Reynolds said.
Luke Jansen could be the sixth singles player, as Reynolds said he contineus to improve his game and called the junior “very steady”.
Tommy Schottman and Alec Niebrugge make up the sophomore class, and both could push Rentfrow and Luke Jansen for the final two singles spots.
Chris Jones and Ian Harris round out the roster as freshman after coming up through the Park District program. Their role on the Bulldogs is unclear as of now, but Reynolds stressed their importance to the 2013 squad.
“They are improving and have the ability to grow their game as they are both very coachable and eager to become good tennis players,” Reynolds said.
The three doubles teams are undecided, as the cold and rainy conditions have prevented
After losing Cole Heuerman, Andrew Stephens, Brande Kurzeja and Aaron Walters, the future is a little murky for St. Anthony. The four players qualified for eight state tournaments amongst them.
Still, St. Anthony is looking to extend its run of success, as they have won eight sectional tournaments over the past 13 seasons.
They go for a ninth in 14 seasons starting this Saturday, when they travel to the Marquette Catholic Tennis Tournament.