Soddy Daisy and Bradley Central Split Tennis Matches

Lady Trojans are 7-0

Tuesday, April 8, 2014
The Soddy Daisy girls tennis team improved to 7-0 overall and 1-0 in district play with an 8-1 win against visiting Bradley Central.

The Bradley boys stopped Soddy Daisy, 8-1
 

Soddy Daisy Girls 8, Bradley Central 1
Singles
Katrina Saskova (BC) def.
Olivia Crawley, 8-3
Chloe Mitchell (SD) def. Rachel Garrett 8-0
Abigail Ellis (SD) def. Emme Beavers 8-0
Katelynn Coyner (SD) def. Tori Roderick 8-2
Kacey Stephens (SD) def. Meagan Beavers 8-2
Shelby Noe (SD) def. Haylee Pell 8-3

Doubles
Mitchell/Ellis (SD) def. Saskova/Garrett 8-4
Crawley/Stephens(SD) def. Roderick/Pell 8-0
Coyner/Noe (SD) def. Beavers/Beavers 8-1

Bradley Central Boys 8, Soddy Daisy 1
Singles
Cody Esparza (BC) def. Seth Stewart, 8-1
Lofton Carter (BC) def. Chris Tindall, 8-0
Richard Harrill (BC) def. Micah Climer, 8-2
Kyle Blassingame (BC) def. Ben Bates, 8-0
Baylor Ingram (BC) def. Andrew Holladay, 9-7
Will Culberson (BC) def. Robert Sneed, 8-4

Doubles
Stewart/Holladay (SD) over Carter/Harrill, 8-3
Esparza/Ingram (BC) def. Tindall/Bates, 8-0
Blassingame/Langley (BC) def. Climer/Sneed, 9-7

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