Soddy Daisy Girls Tennis is 5-0

Friday, March 28, 2014
The Soddy Daisy girls tennis team edged East Hamilton, 6-3, Thursday to remain unbeaten at 5-0 on the season.

The East Hamilton boys defeated the Trojans also, 6-3.

At No.1 singles, Olivia Crawley (SD) defeated Hanna Dattilo, 8-6, while East Hamilton's Bailey Lenoir (EH) defeated Seth Stewart, 9-8 (7-3).

Soddy Daisy Girls 6, East Hamilton 3
Olivia Crawley (SD)  8-6 over Hanna Dattilo
Chloe Mitchell (SD)  8-0 over Noa Geyne  
Abigail Ellis (SD) 8-3 over Emma Campbell
Katelynn Coyner (SD) 1-8 lost to Shanna Love
Kacey Stephens (SD) 4-8 lost to Meghan Gallups
Shelby Noe (SD) 8-5 over Carly Jones

Ellis/Mitchell (SD) 8-3 over Dattilo/Campbell
Crawley/Stephens (SD) 8-0 Geyne/Love
Coyner/Noe (SD) 0-8 lost to Gallups/Jordan Kasee

East Hamilton Boys 6, Soddy Daisy 3
Seth Stewart (SD) 8-9 (3-7) lost to Bailey Lenoir
Chris Tindall (SD) 8-4 over Tucker Kelly
Micah Climer (SD) 5-8 lost to Shawn Kim
Ben Bates (SD) 3-8 lost to Jacob Norman
Andrew Holladay (SD) 9-8 (7-2) over Michael Hanna
Robert Sneed (SD) 5-8 lost to Connor/Long

Stewart/Holladay (SD) 2-8 lost to Lanoir/Norman
Tindall/Bates (SD) 8-4 over Kelley/Kim
Climer/Sneed (SD) 6-8 lost to Hanna/Dylan Brown 

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