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Boys Varsity Tennis

Date Time Event Location More Info Results
04:00 PM
vs Pingree School    
04:00 PM
vs Beaver Country Day School    
04:00 PM
@ The Cambridge School of Weston    
04:00 PM
@ Concord Academy    
04:00 PM
vs The Cambridge School of Weston    
04:00 PM
@ Portsmouth Abbey    
04:00 PM
vs Pingree School    
04:00 PM
vs Berwick Academy    
04:00 PM
vs Pingree School    
04:00 PM
vs Concord Academy    

View the full practice and match schedule.


Landmark's athletic program strives to achieve sportsmanship, leadership on and off the field, and commitment to one's team and sport. The program aims to teach critical thinking during practice and competition, time management skills, self-discipline, and the benefits of physical fitness.

Our goal is to challenge our student athletes to strive to be the best they can be on and off the field.

Boys Varsity Tennis competes in the Eastern Independent League. The team practices and plays all home matches at the Bass River Tennis Club and Gordon College. Practices are weekday afternoons from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Head Coach Dan Ahearn can be reached at

Posted on: Monday, May 15, 2017
  Last week, the boys tennis team played Berwick Academy at home.  At first singles, Jack A continued his roll through the top singles players in the EIL and dominated the match 6-0, 6-1 to defeat his opponent.  At second singles, Taylor W played the epic match of the season by winning the first... More
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Khiet Chhu
High School Faculty

Khiet Chhu started his teaching career at Landmark High School during the 2009-2010 school year and got involved with coaching immediately. He has coached soccer, basketball, and tennis. As a tennis coach, he enjoys working with students who possess a range of experience, from seasoned players to beginners. The idea is to meet students at their instructional level and develop their skills while having fun. Tennis can be a lifelong sport if students learn the basic skills needed and learn to appreciate the game. Tennis was Khiet’s spring sport in high school, and he played recreationally throughout college. Khiet’s hoping to find a tiny tennis racquet for his nearly 1-year-old son.

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