Notre Dame, Signal Mtn Split Tennis Matches

Friday, April 11, 2014

The Notre Dame girls improved to 8-0 on the season with an 8-1 win against visiting Signal Mountain, while the Eagles' boys squad (also 8-0) handed the Notre Dame boys (7-1) their first loss of the spring in tennis matches played at The Champions Club Thursday.

In the girls match, Sarah Joyce (ND) defeated Kylila Tucker, 9-7 (7-5) at No.1 singles.

In the boys match, Signal Mtn led 2-1 after doubles. The Irish claimed singles wins at Nos.1-2, but the Eagles won the last four singles matches for the win.

Notre Dame Girls 8, Signal Mountain 1


Sarah Joyce (ND) def. Kylila Tucker, 9-7 (7-5)

Danika Dorris (ND) def. Anna Cameron, 8-1

Sarah Faith Ingell (ND) def. Allwyn Fisher, 8-0

Maggie Haywood (ND) def. Hannah Skinner, 8-1
Katie Lamsey (ND) def. Mary Elizabeth Wakim, 8-2

Jessica Moore (ND) def. Sarah Kate Bailey, 8-0


Tucker-Fisher (SM) def. Joyce-Dorris, 8-6

Ingell-Haywood (ND) Cameron-Tess McCain, 8-1

Lamsey-Moore (ND) def. Wakim-Bailey, 8-3

Signal Mtn Boys 5, Notre Dame 4


Charles Jabaley (ND) def. Jason Morris, 8-0

J.R. Davis (ND) def. Luke Blentlinger, 8-3

Zack Brown (SM) def. Thomas Gaudin, 8-4

Aaron Marini (SM) def. Micajah Tucker, 8-5

Grant Williams (SM) def. Nick Coronis, 8-4

Thomas Thelen (SM) def. Matt Anderson, 8-4


Jabaley-Davis (ND) def. Morris-Blentlinger, 8-0

Brown-Tucker (SM) def. Marini-Coronis, 8-4

Williams-Thelen (SM) def. Gaudin-Andrews, 8-6

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