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Sunday, March 23, 2014

Girls Tennis update

A busy week for the girls with matches against Burlington-Edison and South Whidbey

Thursday were the Burlington matches, with the varsity squad at home and JV on the road.

The JV squad fought hard, but lost 6-1, with 1st singles Hope Drager a 7-6 winner.  2nd doubles Aelizah Espirtu and Emily Black, along with 4th doubles Emly Brown and Brianne Deguzman had very close 9-7 losses.

At home, the Wildcats squeaked out a 4-3 victory.  McKenzie Perry at 1st singles, Jamie Estrella at 3rd and Faith Franssen at 4th were all winners, and combined with 3rd doubles AnnaBelle Whitefoot and Hannah Gluth's straight-set victory gave OH the win.

Friday the teams reversed, with varsity down at South Whidbey and JV at home.

Varsity got a solid 5-2 win, with all four singles players - Perry, Zena Husler, Estrella and Whitefoot - earning wins, and Cat Amsler and Hannah Gluth winning at 2nd singles.

The JV match against South Whidbey was close, but the 'Cats were on the short side of a 4-3 score.  Tamia Rios won a long, nail-biting 6-7, 6-4, 10-6 win at 2nd singles and Emma Lerch won at 3rd singles.

The other OH win was at 3rd doubles, with Emily Brown and Brianne Deguzman winning in straight sets.

Photos from Friday's JV matches are posted HERE.


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