Hixson Tennis Teams Sweep Red Bank

Wildcats Claim District 6 A-AA Net Titles

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

The Hixson boys and girls tennis teams claimed their second straight District 6 A/AA titles Tuesday with wins against visiting Red Bank.

 Hixson Boys 8, Red Bank 1

Singles

Alex Contra (H) def. Cody Schmidt 8-1
Richard Vuong (H) def. Josh Reed 8-1
Carl Phillips (H) def. Daniel Cox 8-1
Kevin Nguyen (H) def.

Gary Paradis 8-2
Rivers De'Friese (H) def. Austin Camp 8-3
Cody Baugh (R) def. Angel Salinas 8-4

Doubles:

Condra/Vuong (H) def. Schmidt/Reed 8-1
Phillips/Nguyen (H) def. Cox/Paradis 8-4
De'Friese/London Goforth (H) def. Andrew Judd/Matthew Branding 8-0

Record: Hixson (8-2, 6-0)

Hixson Girls 9, Red Bank 0

Singles:

Michelle Phillips (H) def. Katie Lawson 8-0
Haylee Gossett (H) def. Rachel Thornbury 8-1
Emily Davis (H) def. Dasha Brown 8-3
Caylee Schannuth (H) def. Nadal Davis 9-7
Maggie Ozborn (H) def. Bailey Carlson 8-0
Corynne Schannuth (H) def. Megan Paradis 8-1

Doubles:

Phillips/Gossett (H) def. Lawson/Thornbury 8-4
Davis/Cor. Schannuth (H) def. Brown/Paradis 8-4
Cay. Schannuth/Ozborn (H) def. A.K. Bork/Marina Moller 8-0

Record: Hixson, 6-4, 6-0)


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