Tennis is the school’s first organized athletic activity established in 1970. Not long thereafter, Lisa Jones ’81 became the first tennis player at Beaumont to compete in the state tournament, reaching the second round of singles play in 1979. She is joined by three other Beaumont tennis players to reach the state tournament in singles play: Kristen Swenson ’07 in 2006, Molly Drake ’08 in 2007, and Caitlin Lawless ’12 in 2011. Lawless, along with sister Erin ’11, makes up half of the only duo to compete at the state tournament in doubles play for Beaumont. The Lawless sisters qualified for the 2010 OHSAA State Championships.
Beaumont tennis proudly upholds the school’s tradition of academic excellence among student-athletes and regularly produces recipients of the Ohio Golden Racquet Award which is presented yearly by the OTCA to seniors for a combination of playing varsity tennis and academic achievement.
In 2013, head coach Mike Pellechia, put his own spin on the “Golden Racquet” moniker by starting a friendly neighborhood rivalry with Cleveland Heights High School. The Blue Streaks have a 6-2 record in the Golden Racquet series over the Heights Tigers. The coveted prize is an actual racquet painted gold that the winners take back to their respective schools, along with bragging rights for the year. The Golden Racquet is currently proudly on display at Beaumont.
In 2019, Blue Streaks were North Coast League White Division champions in what was the final conference tournament before the League dissolved into the Crown Conference.
The program finished with a 10-8 record during the 2020 season.