Lake Buena Vista High boys tennis players take home singles, doubles state championships

Vipers' No. 1 Pete Tran won the singles state championship and teamed up with LBV's No. 2 Wil Nguyen to claim the doubles state crown.

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After Lake Buena Vista High reached the FHSAA Class 3A boys tennis team state final four but ultimately fell in the semifinals to St. Thomas Aquinas High, a pair of Vipers still took home state championships in the individual tournaments.

LBV's No. 1 Pete Tran, a Rollins College commit, took home the singles state championship trophy after topping Fleming Island High's Zach Hyatt in a dominant two-set performance — 6-1, 6-2. 

For the doubles state championship, it was Tran again, along with Vipers' No. 2 Wil Nguyen, that took home the Class 3A state title. 

The pair were also dominant in the final match, winning it in straight sets — 6-1, 6-2 — over Fletcher High's pair Reef Davis and Brayden Woods. 

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