Hall of Fame



2012 Inductee – Chris Robertson

Chris Robertson is generally regarded at the finest tennis player in Hagerstown history. A 2000 graduate, Chris played four years at number one singles, was three-time undefeated TEC Champion at one singles, 1997, 1998, 1999, won the Union City Invitational three times, was a two-time sectional champion, regional champion in 1997, and final eight in the state the same year. Chris was an all-state selection in 1997 an 1998.   Mr. Robertson holds school records for most career wins and fewest career losses. He earned a tennis scholarship to Northern Kentucky University where he was an All-Great Lakes Valley Conference selection in 2000-01, he helped win two GLVC conference championships, and he made two trips to the Division II National Tournament. Chris also served as head tennis coach at HHS for several years after college, winning the first sectional title in school history, two consecutive sectional titles in 2008 and 2009, and winning the Hagerstown Invitational in 2004 and 2008.