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Skins Take Second in Scott City


Results for Scott City Varsity Girls Tennis

September 17th

Colby took 1st Place honors with 44 points followed by Liberal and Tribune tied for 2nd Place with 32 points. Other competing teams included Scott City, Ulysses, and Garden City.


Individual results:


#1 Singles—Maddie Rees went 5-0 finishing 1st Place. She defeated Scott City’s Holly Wilcoxson 6-0, Tribune’s Machaela Blakely 6-0, Colby’s Sarah Lamm 6-4, Ulysses’ Alyssa Flores 6-1, and Garden City’s Khaing Pyi 6-0.


#2 Singles—Lauren Harp went 4-1 finishing 2nd Place. She lost to Colby’s Madison Rogers 6-2, then ran the table defeating Scott City’s Jody Gunther 6-0, Tribune’s Mariah Brown 6-4, Ulysses’ Aranthxa Dillon 6-0, and Garden City’s Michaela Wagley 6-1.


#1 Doubles—Jaycee Darroch/Stephanie Sanchez went 3-2 on the day finishing in 3rd Place. They lost to Colby’s Wallington/Keck 6-2, and Tribune’s Harris/Veleta 6-1. Then, they defeated Scott City’s Rice/Rodriguez 6-4, Ulysses’ Davidson/Balderroma 6-5 (9-7 tie breaker), and Garden City’s Robinson/Baguero 6-1.


#2 Doubles—Vicky Calderon/Samantha Rodriguez went 0-5 on the day.

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