Berkeley Springs' fledgling tennis program made strides during the first week of May, when Eric Lyda and Denny Golden became the first two Indian tennis players to earn spots in the state tournament field. Lyda, the number one, and Golden, the number two singles players, respectively, for Berkeley Springs each placed second in singles at the regional tournament. They then joined forces in the number one doubles to also place second, qualifying individually and in doubles for the state meet.
The Class AA-A Regional Tournament was held at Robert C. Byrd High School in Clarksburg on May 4 and 5. Lyda, after receiving a bye in the opening round, defeated Andrew O'Brien of Clarksburg Notre Dame and Shawn McFeason of Philip-Barbour, before losing to Matt Elliot of Keyser in the finals. Golden's road was the same, as he received a first-round bye, before beating Dustin Lister of Lincoln and Moe Foley of Petersburg to reach the finals of the number two boys bracket. Golden was defeated in the final by Andrew Henderson of Grafton.