Notre Dame Netters Sweep CSAS

Monday, March 10, 2014 - by B.B. Branton

The Notre Dame boys and girls tennis teams opened the 2014 season on a successful note with identical 9-0 wins against host Chattanooga School for the Arts and Sciences.

In the boys match, Charles Jabaley won at No.1 singles, 8-1, against Visaal Sivakumar, while Sarah Joyce also claimed an 8-1 win at No.1 against Sneha Mahesh in the girls match.

The Irish boys, who are defending district and region champs, are led by Jabaley and J.R. Davis.

The Notre Dame girls who won the state title in 2012, are led by Joyce,  Danika Dorris and Sarah Faith Ingell.

Next Matches: Tues. Mar. 11 - CSAS at Boyd Buchanan (at Brainerd Courts)

Thurs Mar. 20 - ND hosts Sequatchie Co. (at the Champions Club)

Notre Dame Boys 9, CSAS 0

Charles Jabaley (ND) def. Visaal Sivakumar, 8-1

J.R. Davis (ND) def. Chandler Custer, 8-1

Andrew Lisy (ND) def. Sean Kennon, 8-0

Aaron Marini (ND) def. Tristan Greer, 8-0

Matt Andrews (ND) forfeit win

John Sykes (ND) forfeit win

Doubles

Jabaley-Davis (ND) def. Custer-Siva Kumar, 8-2

Lisy-Marini (ND) def. Kevin Lee-Rupert Congmon, 8-0

Sykes-Andrews (ND) def. Kennon-Greer, 8-2

Notre Dame 9 Girls , CSAS 0

Sarah Joyce (ND) def.  Sneha Mahesh, 8-1

Sarah Faith Ingell (ND) def.  Katie Foster, 8-1

Mary Margaret Haywood (ND) def. Kendall Camp, 8-0

Katie Lamsey (ND) def. Elizabeth Sterkey, 8-1

Jessica Moore (ND) def. Cadence Camp, 8-1

Bowie Strozak (ND) forfeit

Doubles

Joyce-Lamsey (ND) def. Mahesh-Candence Camp, 8-2

Ingell-Haywood (ND) def.  Lee-Foster, 8-1

Lauren Collins-Strozak (ND) def. Kendall Camp-Sterkey, 8-3

Records:

Notre Dame 1-0 (both teams);  CSAS  0-1 (both teams)

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

 

Notre Dame 9, CSAS 0

Charles Jabaley (ND) def. Visaal Sivakumar, 8-1

J.R. Davis (ND) def. Chandler Custer, 8-1

Andrew Lisy (ND) def. Sean Kennon, 8-0

Aaron Marini (ND) def. Tristan Greer, 8-0

Matt Andrews (ND) forfeit win

John Sykes (ND) forfeit win

Doubles

Jabaley-Davis (ND) def. Custer-Siva Kumar, 8-2

Lisy-Marini (ND) def. Kevin Lee-Rupert Congmon, 8-0

Sykes-Andrews (ND) def. Kennon-Greer, 8-2

 

Notre Dame 9, CSAS 0

Sarah Joyce (ND) def.  Sneha Mahesh, 8-1

Sarah Faith Ingell (ND) def.  Katie Foster, 8-1

Mary Margaret Haywood (ND) def. Kendall Camp, 8-0

Katie Lamsey (ND) def. Elizabeth Sterkey, 8-1

Jessica Moore (ND) def. Cadence Camp, 8-1

Bowie Strozak (ND) forfeit

 

Doubles

Joyce-Lamsey (ND) def. Mahesh-Candence Camp, 8-2

Ingell-Haywood (ND) def.  Lee-Foster, 8-1

Lauren Collins-Strozak (ND) def. Kendall Camp-Sterkey, 8-3

 


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