From Cincinnati.com/USA Today News:
"J.P. Tew of Loveland and Rohan Iyer of Clifton placed first and fourth place respectively in the boys Under 13 division in the U.S. Squash Nationals, which took place the weekend of March 11-13 at Harvard University. Only the top 32 players in the country qualify to play in the nationals.Tew and Iyer were among only three from the Midwest to do so in their division.Says Neal Tew, founder of The T Squash Academy where JP plays, “It’s remarkable that one of our players is a National Champion in his age division. Our program is only three years old and most of the powerhouse programs and players are located on the east or west coast where the game has been established for much longer periods of time. We are making huge strides in becoming a regional center for squash excellence. With JP’s victory at Nationals and Rohan finishing close behind him, Cincinnati is now on the national squash radar. These boys represented our city very well on the national stage, showing levels of skill, concentration, poise and strategy on par with the country’s best young players. I’m very proud of both of them.” *Full article linked from photo and headline above.