Bryson Crowell wins Missouri Class 2 District 10 title

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Lebanon sophomore Bryson Crowell won the singles title during the Missouri Class 2 District 10 tournament on Saturday at Camdenton High School. Crowell will advance to play an opponent from Columbia-Rock Bridge on Tuesday.


For the first time in recent years, the Lebanon High School boys’ tennis team has an individual district champion.

Sophomore Bryson Crowell defeated Alexei Shunyakov from Central High School, 7-5, 6-2 to claim the Missouri Class 2 District 10 title in singles on Saturday at Camdenton High School. It is the first time a Lebanon tennis player has won a district championship since Grace Down in 2016 on the girls’ side.

Crowell has a record of 20-6 on the season and will advance to the Sectional round on Tuesday to face Nathan Herting from Columbia-Rock Bridge in Camdenton.

In his opening round, Crowell defeated Drew VanHook of Camdenton, 6-4, 6-2 before beating Jack Mostyn from Springfield Central, 6-1, 6-4.

Crowell’s father, Ron Crowell, is the head tennis coach at Lebanon High School and said he was proud of his son’s performances on Saturday.

“His hard work is paying off, and it has been fun watching him improve throughout the season,” Crowell said. “He played fantastic tennis (on Saturday) and is the first district champion our boys’ program has produced since I have been coaching at Lebanon.”

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