The Varsity Boys and Girls Tennis Program is competitive, and we strive to compete in a manner in which God would be pleased and we hope to use our talents and abilities to point others toward Christ.
Our coaches promote a ‘team first’ attitude and we try to teach players how to put the team’s needs above their own. We compete every day to be the best players that we can be and remember that we do this, so our team will be the best that it can be. BCS tennis is considered to be among the elite programs in the State of Alabama and has been back-to-back state champions in 2018 and 2019. The 2019 set a state record as it swept all singles and doubles matches in the Class 6A finals.
Boys Tennis The Briarwood Boys Tennis Program strives to compete in a manner that glorifies God by using our talents to point others to Christ. Although tennis is an individual sport, our coaches promote and embrace the team aspect in which players get to be a part of something bigger than themselves. The tennis season runs from January to late April. Our boys team has enjoyed tremendous success by participating and winning national tournaments and State Championships in 2017, 2018 and 2019.
AHSAA Classification – 6A
Postseason Playoff Format: (Note: Each School team generally consists of six singles players, ranked 1-6, and three doubles teams, ranked 1-3. In competition, 1s play 1s, 2s play 2s, etc.) Regular season culminates in a Sectional Tournament, where the Winner and RU Teams qualify for the State Tournament. For Sectionals and State tournaments, single elimination play prevails. Scoring in all rounds of competition will be three points for a doubles win and two points for a singles win. No points will be awarded for a bye unless the player with the bye wins in the next round. In addition to the qualigying team, each Section’s No. 1 singles winner that is not a member of a qualifying team and each Section’s No. 1 doubles winners that are not members of a qualifying team will qualify for competition in the State tournament. Detailed Information can be found in the AHSAA Spring Book (Navigate to www.ahsaa.com)