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Community Court Clean Up

There is a community court clean up organized for Tuesday, August 7th at the courts west of the PHTH and north of Sanborn Pool.


The vision is for pickleball and junior and adult tennis courts.

Come any time between Noon and 8pm.

Please bring yard work essentials such as gloves, leaf bags, rakes, brooms, shovels, hand saws, trash bags, leaf blowers, pruners, clippers, etc.

Thank you!

2018 Robinson!

The Robinson begins August 1st at Port Huron Northern High School! Registration deadline is July 27th.

Go to the 2018 Robinson page for details and online entry information.

Coach Steve’s Warm up is on Saturday, July 21st…FREE to all Robinson players!

Kid’s Day is Friday, August 3rd from 3-4pm – FREE to any child 10 & Under!


Girls High School States – Great job!

Proud of our high school girls teams who competed at States this weekend!

Great effort from all as Port Huron Northern placed 14 out of 22 D1 teams and Saint Clair placed 12 out of 24 D3 teams!

Great job, Huskies and Saints – you had amazing seasons!

Port Huron Northern Huskies 2018

Saint Clair Saints 2018

Match Play Schedule Winter 2018

Junior Olympics Fast4 Team Tournament!

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Rebels take 3rd at Sectionals!

Congratulations to the PHTH Rebels 18s Advanced! On July 29-30 the Rebels traveled to Indianapolis for Midwest Sectionals. The Rebels progressed through their flight playoff with a 2-1 record which advanced the team to the championship flight. In Championship playoffs the Rebels placed 3rd out of 8 teams! WAY TO GO!

On the team from Left to Right: Isabella Murray, Ashley Gregoris, Seth Pinnoo, Coach Bruce Davies, Andrew Davies, Eli Pinnoo, and Grace Whitney

WXYZ’s Class of 2017 Brightest & Best!

Congratulations to Grace Whitney (Imlay City) and Sophia Ahmed (Port Huron Northern) who were chosen by their high schools to be named Channel 7 – WXYZ’s CLASS OF 2017 BRIGHTEST & BEST! 🎾 We wish you the best as you graduate high school and begin your college careers! 🎾 For more about the “Brightest & Best” follow this link: WXYZ Brightest & Best.

Danielle Slonac earns ITA / Arthur Ashe Leadership and Sportsmanship Award

Congratulations to the PHTH’s Danielle Slonac for being awarded the ITA/Arthur Ashe Leadership and Sportsmanship Award for the Midwest Region! Danielle attends Saginaw Valley State University (GLIAC, NCAA Division II) and plays #4 singles and #2 doubles on the women’s tennis team. Please open this link Danielle Slonac earns ITA / Arthur Ashe Leadership and Sportsmanship Award to learn about Danielle and her achievements! Bravo, Danielle! We are very proud of you!

The ITA/Arthur Ashe Leadership and Sportsmanship Award recognizes outstanding individuals in all divisions at the regional and national level. This award which dates back to 1982, goes to NCAA Divisions I, II and III, NAIA and JUCO men’s and women’s players who have exhibited outstanding sportsmanship and leadership as well as scholastic, extracurricular and tennis achievements.

Danielle Slonac has been honored with the ITA / Arthur Ashe Leadership and Sportsmanship Award for the Midwest Region...

Port Huron Northern Girls Huskies overwhelm Romeo, 8-0

Port Huron Northern overwhelms Romeo, 8-0

The Huskies are on a roll.

There is a lot to like about the Port Huron Northern tennis team.

The Huskies have a deep roster that is loaded with talent, and several players have overpowering serves. Romeo High School found that out the hard way in its 8-0 loss to Port Huron Northern Monday at Sanborn Park.

“All of their girls have good serves,” Romeo coach Matthew Burr said. “They are dominant in the serve game and we can’t make up for that. The other thing is, they make less mistakes. Those two things are the difference.”

The Huskies displayed many other qualities along the way. That has made them a Top 10 state ranked team. Northern’s top two singles players, Isabella Murray and Sydney Sepsey each had impressive performances.

Sepsey was dominant in her No. 2 singles match, winning 6-0, 6-0.

“We’ve gotten a lot better since the beginning of the season,” Sepsey said. “At the beginning we had new players. Now we have come together and become a good team.

“We practice a little harder as the season winds down and really focus on our strokes and how we can get better.”

Murray meanwhile continues to impress as a freshman No. 1 singles player. She made short work of her match, winning 6-0, 6-1.

“My team is palying really well and I played decent,” Murray said. “We just have to continue working hard every day and keep bonding and having fun. It always makes it a lot more fun to win. That’s always nice.”

Andrea Hartman won her No. 3 singles match in straight sets and Sophia Ahmed won her No. 4 singles match 6-1, 6-0. In doubles, Northern’s No. 1 team of Margaret Smith and Marissa Hartman won 6-1, 6-0. The No. 2 doubles team of Hannah Ash and Isabella Leon-Flann won 6-2, 6-0. Northern’s No. 3 doubles team of Delaney Ward and Murphy Vandervest won 6-2, 6-1 and the No. 4 doubles team of Annika Tekumulla and Anusha Tekumulla won 6-0, 6-1.

Northern will head back to practice to continue preparation for the MAC Red Division tournament on May 9 and the regional on May 19 at Eisenhower. Part of that focus will be in continuing to develop the overpowering serves that blew Romeo away.

“The serve is the most important part of the game,” Port Huron Northern coach Gordie Farnsworth said. “It makes sense to have that as a strong point in your game. We spend a lot of time serving and hitting serve returns as well. Many of the girls have worked for years with personal instructors. We have to give them a lot of credit to their coaching over the years.

“But the fact that they come out excited to play has helped us. We have made out all right. They are playing to the best of their ability. They have showed improvement from week to week. That is all you can ask for.”

Contact Joseph Hayes at (810) 989-6268 or at jahayes@gannett.com. Follow him on Twitter @Joseph_Hayes11. 

Holiday Gift Baskets – Thank you


Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan

Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan- St. Clair County would like to thank the ladies of the Port Huron Tennis House for donating over 100 gift baskets of food for the seniors who are seen through the counseling program at our agency. These lovely holiday baskets are distributed to our seniors and they are always so grateful to receive them. We thank you on behalf of the seniors that benefit from your generosity and appreciate the time and effort that you dedicate to this cause.

Laurie Fagan, Operations Manager on behalf of the Advisory Board and Staff of Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan- St. Clair County.

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