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Bradley Merchant
Lexington, Kentucky
 
Henry Clay H.S.
Recent Graduate, Class of 2010
 

Overall Record: 6-10 #305 on This Week's Recruiting List
GENERAL INFORMATION
 Height: 5' 10"
 Weight: 157 lbs
 Plays: Unknown
 H.S. Coach: Chris Ensslin
 Private Coach:   Cedric Kauffmann
 Favorite Player: Unknown
 

TOURNAMENTS
2008 Southern Closed B16s Sportsmanship Award

HIGH SCHOOL
2009 KHSAA Boys' & Girls' State Tennis Champinoships
Boys Singles (Round of 64)
Merchant, Bradley (11) (9) H. Clay def. Staudt, Florian (11) Casey Co. 6-0; 6-0
Boys Singles (Round of 32)
Merchant, Bradley (11) (9) H. Clay def. Huff, Nick (12) Corbin 6-1; 6-0
Boys Singles (Round of 16)
Merchant, Bradley (11) (9) Henry Clay def. Gold, Maks (11) (3) KCD 6-2; 7-5
Boys Singles (Quarterfinal Round)
Merchant, Bradley (11) (9) H. Clay def. Martin, Nathan (12) (8) Lawr. Co. 6-3; 6-4
Boys Singles (Semifinal Round)
Roebker, Jimmy (11) (1) Covington Catholic def. Merchant, Bradley (11) (9) H. Clay 6-1; 6-2
Boys All-State Honorees:
Bradley Merchant (Henry Clay)
Kentucky National Guard Leadership Award:
Boy- Brad Merchant (Henry Clay)

 
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