Prep Tennis; SD vs. Cleveland

Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Soddy Daisy girls improved to 3-0 on the season with an 8-1 triumph against Cleveland, while the Blue Raider boys topped the Trojans, 9-0 Wednesday.

Cleveland Boys 9, Soddy Daisy 0

Singles
Jake Gibson (C) def. Seth Stewart,  8-4
Shirand Patel (C) def. Ben Bates, 8-1
Brandon Williams (C) def. Micah Climer, 8-1
Kevin Harricharran (C) def. Chris Tindall, 8-3
Vicron Patel (C) def.
Andrew Holladay, 8-2
Adam Klibisz (C) def, Robert Sneed, 8-3

Doubles
Gibson/Patel (C) def. Stewart/Holladay, 8-0
Williams (C) def. Bates/Tindall, 8-1
Patel/Klibisz (C) def. Climer/Spencer Taylor, 8-2

Soddy Daisy 1-2

Soddy Daisy Girls 8, Cleveland 1

Singles
Olivia Crawley (SD) def. Catherine Cantrell, 8-1
Chloe Mitchell (SD) def. Maddie Ohlsson, 8-6
Abigail Ellis (SD) def. Heidi Barringer, 8-1
Riley Moore (C) def. Katelynn Coyner, 8-3
Kacey Stephens (SD) def. Sammi Kate Eason, 8-1
Shelby Noe (SD) def. Merideth Wheeler, 8-4

Doubles
Ellis/Mitchell (SD) def. Cantrell/Ohlsson, 8-4
Crawley/Stephens (SD) def. Barringer/Moore, 8-3
Coyner/Noe (SD) def. Eason/Wheeler, 8-4

Soddy Daisy 3-0


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