Signal Mountain Boys Tennis Claims District Title

Thursday, May 01, 2014

The Signal Mountain boys tennis team edged Chattanooga Christian, 6-3, Thursday to claim its first district title.

Jason Morris won at No.1 singles for the victors and teamed with Zack Brown to claim a win at No.1 doubles.

CCS girls defeated the Eagles, 8-1, as Hannah Henry won in the top singles and doubles spots.


Signal Mountain Boys 6, Chattanooga Christian 3

Singles
Jason Morris (SM) def. Joe Sliger, 8-2
Will French (CCS) def.
Luke Blentlinger, 8-5
Zack Brown (SM) def.  Nick Baxendell, 8-3
Micajah Tucker (SM) def. Rett Bryant, 8-5
Tommy Howell (CCS) def. Grant Williams, 8-5
Addison Turner (CCS) def. Thomas Thelen, 8-5
Chattanooga Christian Girls 7, Signal Mtn 2

Doubles
Jason Morris-Zack Brown (SM) def. Joe Sliger-Nick Baxendell, 8-0
Luke Blentlinger-Thomas Thelen (SM) def. Will French-Tommy Howell, 8-2
Grant Williams-Micajah Tucker (SM def. Rett Bryant-Addison Turner, 8-5


Chattanooga Christian Girls 8, Signal Mountain 1

Singles
Hannah Henry (CCS) def. Kylila Tucker, 8-4
Caroline Redberg (CCS) def. Anna Cameron, 8-0
Allwyn Fisher (SM) def.Emmie Cornell, 8-4
Hanna Skinner (SM) def. Roo Rogers, 8-3
Sarah Smith (CCS) def. Mary Elizabeth Wakim, 8-5
Lizzy Hoffecker (CCS) def. Sarah Kate Bailey, 8-3

Doubles
Henry-Redberg (CCS) def. Tucker-Fisher, 8-6
Cornell-Smith (CCS) def. Cameron-McCain, 9-7
Rogers-Kadie Ann Smith (CCS) def. Wakim-Bailey, 8-4

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