Boyd Buc, Cleveland Split Tennis Matches

Boyd Buc Girls Are 8-0

Friday, April 11, 2014

The Boyd Buchanan girls stayed unbeaten (8-0) on the season with a 9-0 win against Cleveland, while the Blue Raider boys won 8-1 in tennis matches played at Lee University Thursday.

Boyd Buchanan Girls 9, Cleveland 0

Singles

Makenna Thomas (BB) def. Katherine Cantrell. 8-1

Katie Delay (BB) def. Maddie Onlsson, 8-1

Paige Zumbrun (BB) def. Briley Moore, 8-5

Christina Amos (BB) def Heidi Barringer, 8-6

Shelby Brown (BB) def.  Sammi Kate Eason, 8-3, 

Libby Reynolds (BB) def. Meredith Wheeler, 9-7

Doubles

Thomas/Delay (BB) def. Cantrell/Onlsson, 8-2

Zumbrun/Amos (BB) Moore/Barringer, 8-1

Brown/Reynolds (BB) def. Eason/Wheeler, 8-4

Cleveland Boys 8, Soddy Daisy 1

Singles

Jake Gibson (Cleve) def. Joseph Fairchild, 8-3

Jake Harden (BB) def. Brandon Williams, 8-6

Suirang Patel (Cleve) def. Grayson Hartness, 8-6

Kevin Harricharral (Cleve) def. Charlie Driver, 8-0

Veeron Patel (Cleve) def. David Zumbrun, 8-3

Adam Klibisz (Cleve) def. Luke Headrick, 8-3 

Doubles

Gibson/Patel Cleve) def. Harden-Hartness, 8-2

Williams/Harricharral (Cleve) def. Fairchild-Driver, 8-6

Patel Klibisz (Cleve) def. David Zumbrun-Tanner Zumbrun, 8-1


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