Baylor Netters Top GPS, 6-1

Claim D-II East/Middle Region Title

Friday, May 3, 2013

Two-time defending state champion Baylor girls tennis team defeated host GPS, 6-1, Thursday to clinch the D-II East/Middle Region championship.

The Red Raiders (10-0, 3-0) swept the doubles and won five of six singles matches. GPS is 10-2 overall and 2-1 in the region.

Baylor 6, GPS 1
Doubles (one team point)

No. 1 Samantha Caswell/McCall Morgan (Bay) def. Emma McCallie/ Michelle Fleenor, 8-6
No. 2 Harper Caswell/ Maggie Crumbliss (Bay) def. Hannah Morrow/Jennie McBrayer, 8-6
No. 3 Christine Palisoc/ Drew Hawkins (Bay) def. Mary Claire Spann/ Brighton Goodhue, 9-7

Singles
No. 1 Samantha Caswell (Bay) def.Emma McCallie 6-2 ,6-2
No. 2 Michelle Fleenor (GPS) def. Harper Caswell 6-3,4-6,6-1
No. 3 Crumbliss def. Hannah Morrow 6-3,6-1
No. 4 McCall Morgan (Bay) def. Mary Claire Spann 6-1,6-4
No. 5 Drew Hawkins (Bay) def. Jennie McBrayer 6-2,6-2

No. 6 Ashton Jenne (Bay) def. Analisa Stratienko 6-4,6-1

 

contact B.B. Branton at william.branton@comcast.net



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