District 6 A-AA Tennis Final Results

Friday, May 02, 2014

Alex Condra (Hixson) and Alex Bonner (Central) won the District 6 A-AA boys and girls singles titles, respectively, Friday at the Brainerd Tennis Complex.

Perfect Score: Top-seeded Condra did not lose a game in three matches, winning 8-0 in the quarters, followed by a pair of 6-0, 6-0 victories in the semis and finals.

In the doubles, Brainerd twins Brianna and Brittany Canty and  Carl Phillips-Kevin Nguyen (Hixson) claimed championships.

District 6 A-AA Indiv. Tourament

Boys Singles

Finals: (1) Alex Condra (Hixson) def. Josh Reed (Red Bank), 6-0, 6-0

Semifinals: Josh Reed (Red Bank) def. (2) Richard Vuong (Hixson),7-6 (4), 4-6, 7-6 (2) (1) Alex Condra (Hixson) def. Cody Baugh (Red Bank), 6-0, 6-0

Alex Campbell (VB) def. Cartus Davis (Br), 8-0; Cody Baugh (RB) def. Nick Melton(ER), 8-2; Riley Hicks (Central) def. Preston Evers (LV), 8-1; Garth Duncan (VB) def. Lucas Wright (LV), 8-1; Brett Kranske (Central) def. Nick Gray (ER), 8-2; Josh Reed (RB) def. Dakobah Collins (Br), 3-0, ret.

Quarterfinals (1) Alex Condra (Hix) def. Cambell, 8-0; Baugh (RB) def. Hicks (Central), 8-2; (2) Richard Vuong (Hix) def. Duncan (VB), 8-1; Reed (RB) def. Kranske (Central), 8-0

Boys Doubles

Finals: (1) Carl Phillips-Kevin Nguyen (Hixson) def. Cody Schmidt-Daniel Cox (Red Bank), 6-3, 6-4

Kobeah Ford-Tim Moore (Br) def. Chris Foy-Corey Little (Central), 8-2; Gary Paradis-Austin Camp (RB) def. Earth Reed-Eran Jones (LV), 8-2; Rivers De’Friese-Landon Goforth (RB) def.Phillip Bonnington-Arron Garrison (Central), 8-2; Spencer Adams-Austin Yarbrough (LV) def. Cadero Cummings-Edward Taylor (Br), 8-0

Quarterfinals: (1) Carl Phillips-Kevin Nguyen (Hix) def. Ford-Moore (Br), 8-1; Paradis-Camp (RB) def. Ballinger-Richardson (ER), 8-0; (2) Cody Schmidt–Daniel Cox (RB) def. De’Friese-Goforth, 9-7; Adams-Yarbrough (LV) def. Carroll-Richardson (ER), 8-0

Girls Singles

Finals (2) Alex Bonner (Central) def. (1) Michelle Phillips (Hixson), 6-1, 6-1

Tessa Croft (ER) def. Chyna Parks (Br), 8-1; Megan Paradis (RB) def. Emily Lyles (Central) 8-1; Ruby Hambrick (ER) def. Blake Denney (VB), 8-0; Raven Smith (LV) def. Kala Corner (Br), 8-5; Bailey Callison (RB) def. Haven Silvers (ER), 8-3; Haylee Gossett (Hix) bye

Quarterfinals (1) Michelle Phillips (Hix) def. Croft, 8-0; Hambrick (ER) def. Paradis, 8-0; (2) Alex Bonner Central) def. Smith (LV), 8-0; Gossett (Hixson) def. Callison, 8-1

Girls Doubles

Finals: Brianna Canty-Brittany Canty (Brainerd) def. Katie Lawson-Rachel Thornbury (Red Bank), 6-3, 6-0

Bree Ann Denney-Allison Yates (VB) def. Sarah Barnes-Joanna Hernandez (ER); Dasha Brown-Dadia Davis (RB) def. Smith-Davis (Central), 8-0; Caylee Schannuth-Maggie Ozborn (Hix) def. Rogers-Thacker (LV), 8-0; Dowell-Smith (LV) def. Whitney Cunningham-Kayla Hillis (VB), 8-4; Caylee Wilson-Payten Perry (ER)

contact B.B. Branton at william.branton@comcast.net


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