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An Ashland Assault

KSCB News - August 26, 2011 6:47 am

The Lady Redskin Varsity Tennis Team hosted a Round-Robin tournament Thursday featuring teams from Ashland, Scott City, and Meade. Ashland proved to be the dominant team winning 1 st Place with 28 points followed by Meade with 13 points, Scott City with 10 points, and Liberal with 9 points. With two varsity players from last-year’s team, Liberal is in a rebuilding stage, but every tournament offers valuable lessons to build on in practice. Two bright spots in the tournament featured Kathy Nguyen winning a 3 rd Place medal and Shelby Hay winning a 2 nd Place medal.

Individual results:

#1 Singles–Kathy Nguyen went 1-2 on the day. She lost to Ashland’s Aspen McCann 0-6, lost to Meade’s Bailey Olvera 4-6, then bounced back to defeat Scott City’s Callan Rose 6-2.

#2 Singles—Shelby Hay went 2-1 finishing 2 nd Place. She lost to Ashland’s Canaan Endicott 1-6, defeated Scott City’s Holly Wilcoxson 6-1, then defeated Meade’s Erika Welker 6-0.

#1 Doubles—Lauren Harp/Jacqueline Nguyen went 0-3 on the day. They lost to Ashland’s Woodruff/Golden 2-6, lost to Meade’s Borth/Flowers 2-6, then lost to Scott City’s Kucharik/Vasko 4-6.

#2 Doubles—Melissa Alvarado/Maddie Rees went 1-2 on the day. They lost to Scott City’s Rodugiez/Buehler 3-6, lost to Meade’s Harshberger/Loewen 3-6, then defeated Ashland’s Crafton/Quintana 4-6.

Liberal’s next varsity tournament is in Colby on September 3 rd .

 

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