Signal Mountain Tennis Teams Win District Championship

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Both the boy’s and girl’s tennis teams at Signal Mountain won the Division I, Region 3 District 6 championship on Tuesday by defeating CSAS. The boys won 9-0, and the girls won 6-3.


Signal Mountain Boys 9, CSAS 0

Jay Griggs def Liam Porterfield 8-3
Gabe Williams def Diego Loureno 8-2
Grant Gilbert def Luke Qualey 8-4
Cooper Mastin def Shiv Brahmbhatt 8-3
Ryan Griggs def Anay Patel 8-3
 Zach Ottley def Brennan Bagli 8-1

Doubles

Williams/Ottley def Porterfield/Loureno 8-1
 J. Griggs/R. Griggs def Qualey, Brahmnhatt 8-2
Gilbert/Mastin def Patel/Bagli 8-3

SM Boys record: 10-1, 4-0 in Region 3, District 6


Signal Mountain Girls 6, CSAS 3

Sunshine Finnell (CSAS) def Callie Mastin 8-1
Grace Williams (SM) def Rethika Ambalau 8-2
Emilie Werner (SM) def Olivia Porterfield 9-7
 Kendall Berry (CSAS) def Sophie Bruce 8-1
 Jenna Riese (SM) def Sterling Tittsworth 8-3
 Amelia Sisson (SM) def Sohini Singh 8-5

Doubles
Williams/Mastin (SM) def Finnell/Amelia 8-6
 Ambalau/Tittsworth (CSAS) def Werner/Bruce 8-4
Riese/Sisson (SM) def Porterfield/Berry


SM Girls record: 7-5, 4-0 in Region 3, District 6

 

Notre Dame Girls Def. Boyd Buchanan Girls 7-0

Girls Singles:

Anna Qualey def. Sydney Miller 8-0
Lilly Schafluetzel def. Lauren Richardson 8-1
Jane Haywood def. Ivy Henderson 8-1
Charlotte Mahn def. Madi Sanders 8-1
Sarah Eiselstein def. Tammy Le 8-2

Girls Doubles:

Schafluetzel/Haywood def. Miller/Henderson 8-1
Mahn/Ali Covey def. Richardson/Sanders 8-2

Notre Dame Girls Records: 10-2 (Overall); 4-1 (District 2)


Notre Dame Boys Def. Boyd Buchanan Boys 7-0

Boys Singles:

Bernard Lisy def. Gavin Turner 8-1
Will Ingell def. Snehal Ujjina 8-2
Matthew Leutz def. Austin Lee 8-4
Kurt Wittler def. Will Wortman 8-1
Jack Mahn def. Aaron Millard 8-3

Boys Doubles:

Leutz/Wittler def. Ujjina/Lee 8-1
Lisy/Mahn def. Turner/Wortman 8-0

Notre Dame Boys Records: 12-0 (Overall); 5-0 (District 2)



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