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K

yle Henry had a challeng-
ing assignment in his first
season as the Frankel Jewish
Academy girls tennis coach.
At the top of his lineup were two
outstanding, year-round players: senior
Alex D'Ascenzo, who will continue her
tennis career at Cornell University, and
freshman Eliza Brown. Each finished
7-0. D'Ascenzo played No. 1 singles, and
Brown played No. 2 singles.
Both won in Frankel's season-ending
match May 13 against West Bloomfield,
defeating highly regarded opponents.
D'Ascenzo beat Raven Neely, who
was the No. 4 seed at No. 1 singles in
last weekend's Michigan High School
Athletic Association Division 4 state
tournament. Brown beat University of
Wisconsin-Milwaukee recruit Arielle
Pendleton.
Henry also worked with young, inex-
perienced players. Twelve of the 17 girls
on the roster were freshmen and sopho-
mores. Some girls had never played
tennis. How did he balance both ends of
the coaching spectrum?
"First and foremost, I wanted our
team to be a family and grow as a fami-
ly; he said. "I knew what Alex and Eliza
could do on a tennis court. My goal was
to give the other players as much court
time and as much of my attention as
possible7
Henry said D'Ascenzo and Brown
became outstanding peer role models.
"They were our flag-bearers," he said.
"I told the other girls to watch them to
see how to become competitive:'
Brown, who undoubtedly will ascend
to the No. 1 singles spot next season,
said she especially enjoyed her 7-6, 3-6,
10-7 win over Pendleton because of the
challenge.

It was by far her toughest match
of the year, she said. She lost just one
game in her other six matches.
She said she had fun this season
even though it was disappointing that
Frankel couldn't play in its assigned
MHSAA regional tournament because
it fell on the same day as Shavuot.
"I understand why we couldn't play,
and I'll have other chances; said the
Birmingham resident and former
Cranbrook Kingswood student.
Brown and D'Ascenzo both work with
coaches Armand Molino and Ed Nagel
at the Sports Club of West Bloomfield.
"I hit a lot with Alex," Brown said.
"She's very powerful and consistent:'
Frankel finished 3-2-2. Several
matches and practices were canceled
because of bad weather, which frus-
trated Henry.
But Henry said the season was a
learning experience for him.
"I discovered it's important to listen
to your players," he said. "Be patient,
and willing to listen. Teenagers are
smarter and more intuitive than many
people think they are:'
Also on the Frankel roster besides
D'Ascenzo and Brown were Jodi
Backalar, Lianna Bernstein, Carly
Bornstein, Sarah Broner, Jordyn Dresner,
Sammi Goldsmith, Sam Grossinger,
Maddie Jacobson, Leah Krasnick, Talia
Schechet, Maddie Selonke, Shayni
Shayni, Albina Shumunov, Sara Weinfeld
and Rachel Wolfe.
An Almont High School and Albion
College graduate, Henry is a first-year
English teacher at the West Bloomfield-
based academy.
He played on the Almont boys tennis
team for four years and went to the state
tournament in doubles each year.



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