Wednesday Tennis Results

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

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Cleveland Girls defeat Hixson Girls 7-2

Singles:
Maddie Ohlsson (C) def. Whitney Clack 8-4
Michelle Phillips (H) def. Katherine Cantrell 8-6
Abigail Londerback (C) def. Haylee Gossett 8-4
Briley Moore (C) def. Emily Gilreath 8-2
Mallori Terry (C) def. Maggie Ozborn 8-2
Heidi Barringer (C) def. Corynne Schannuth 8-5

Doubles:
Ohlsson/Louderback (C) def. Clack/Phillips 9-7
Cantrell/Moore (C) def. Gossett/Gilreath 8-6
Ozborn/Schannuth (H) Terry/Barringer 8-4

Cleveland Boys def. Hixson Boys 5-4

Singles:
Jake Gibson (C) def. Alex Condra 8-5
Kevin Harncharran (C) def. Carl Phillips 8-5
Shvang Patel (C) def. Kevin Nguyen 8-6
Jacob Lindsey (H) def. Matthew Harris 8-4
Richard Vuong (H) def. Roy Roman 8-2
Rivers De'Friese (H) def. Luke Bradero 8-0

Doubles: 
Gibson/ (C) def. Condra/Phillips 8-5
Harncharran/Patel (C) def. Nguyen/Vuong 8-6
Lindsey/De'Friese (H) def. Roman/Bradero 8-1

Records:
Hixson Girls: 4-3 (Overall); 4-0 (District 6-A/AA)

Hixson Boys: 5-2 (Overall); 4-0 (District 6-A/AA)

 

East Hamilton girls defeated Central 7-2

Hannah Dattilo(EH) d. Alex Bonner(C) 8-3
Christie Loden(C) d. Abigail Ware(EH) 9-8(7-2)
Noa Geyne(EH) d. Tiffany Murray(C) 8-1
Shanna Love(EH) d. Erin Jones(C) 8-3
Lauren Belcher(C) d. Jessica Peters(EH) 8-5
Meghan Gallups(EH) d. Alex Cotter(C) 8-1

Dattilo/Ware(EH) d. Bonner/Murray(C) 8-1
Geyne/Love(EH) d. Loden/Jones(C) 9-7
Peters/Gallups(EH) d. Belcher/Cotter(C) 9-7

Central boys defeated East Hamilton 7-2

John Mitchell(C) d. Bailey Lenoir(EH) 8-5
Jeffrey Chastain(C) d. Daniel Jung(EH) 8-2
Erwin Kupris(EH) d. Walt Braley(C) 8-4
Blake Ragsdale(C) d. Dhrupad Patel(EH) 8-6
Kevin Chiang(C) d. Michael Hanna(EH) 8-5
Kylen Harrison(C) d. Dylan Brown(EH) 8-4

Mitchell/Chastain(C) d. Lenoir/Jung(EH) 8-3
Kupris/Patel(EH) d. Braley/Chiang(C) 8-2
Ragsdale/Harrison(C) d. Hanna/Brown(EH) 8-4


 


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