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Paxton Deuel
Bend, Oregon
 
Summit High School
Recent Graduate, Class of 2012
 

Overall Record: 4-3  
GENERAL INFORMATION
 Height: 5' 11"
 Weight: 180 lbs
 Plays: Right-handed
 H.S. Coach: Josh Cordell
 Private Coaches:   Banni Bunting & Frank Inn
 Favorite Player: Mardy Fish
 

TOURNAMENTS
2011 USTA PNW Section Scott Eden Sportsmanship Recipient

Boys 18s National Championships, Kalamazoo 2011
**main draw 3rd round doubles, lost to finalists

Winter Nationals 2010,2008,2006
Boys 16s National Championships, Kalamazoo 2010
Boys 16s Intersectionals 2010 and 2009
Boys 16s Zonal Team 2010 and 2009
Clay Court Nationals 2009
Copper Bowl 2009
Adidas Cup Champion 2010,2008,2006

HIGH SCHOOL
2011, 2012 Oregon 5A High School State Singles Champion
2012, 2011, 2010 Intermountain 5A Conference Singles Champion
2010, 2012 Singles Champion Jesuit Invite - 8 Strongest Oregon HS Teams
2009 Oregon 5A High School State Doubles Champion

May 2011 Awarded High School Athlete of the Month
May 2011 KTVZ21 Athlete of the Week - TV Interview

ACADEMY
Weil Tennis Academy, June 2009

 
RECENT COMMITMENTS
9/29 Caroline Cox chooses CMS
9/28 Matthew Lord chooses Virginia
9/28 Andrew Imrie chooses RPI
9/27 Noah Morrow chooses Redlands
9/27 Caroline Pozo chooses Northwestern
9/26 Keegan Smith chooses UCLA
9/26 Claire Dean chooses UC Irvine
9/26 Alyssa Hahn chooses Davidson
9/26 Kevin Huang chooses Davidson
9/25 April Wong chooses Azusa Pacific

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