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Skins Tennis Takes Second at Valley Center
04/25/2011
 

Liberal Varsity Tennis takes 2nd Place at the Valley Center Varsity Tennis Invitational April 23, 2011. Valley Center took 1st Place team honors with 22 points followed by Liberal with 21 points and Wichita Northwest with 21 points.

 

Individual Results:

 

#1 Singles—Josh Hamilton injured his back in the first match but managed to limp to a 6th Place finishing 1-3 on the day. He lost to Austin Awtrey from Wichita Northwest 3-8. He lost to McPherson’s Daniel Allmon 5-8, then defeated Augusta’s Nick Steefes 8-0. Unable to run down balls, Josh lost to Pittsburg’s Michael Giffin 6-8 for 6th Place.

 

#2 Singles—Larcyn Carter went 2-2 on the day finishing 5th Place. He lost a tough tie-breaker match 8-7 (5) to Wichita Northwest’s Devin Handley. He lost 5-8 to McPherson’s Cody Persson, then he rebounded defeating Keaton Christner from Augusta 8-0. In a match for 5th place, Larcyn manhandled Daniel Funk from Maize 8-0.

 

#1 Doubles—Vince Nguyen and Duc Nguyen continued their impressive play going 4-0 on the day earning 1st Place honors. They defeated Wichita Northwest’s team of Seth McDaniel/Brayley Basselle 8-3. They defeated McPherson’s Smith/Peters 8-1, defeated Augusta’s Hallmark/Brenhoeber 8-4, then defeated Pittsburg’s Hall/Cloninger 8-0 to win gold medals.

 

#2 Doubles—Ozzy Villarreal and Tony Rodriguez went 4-0 on the day earning 1st Place honors. They defeated Wichita Northwest’s Austin Hasse/Daniel Depew 8-5, defeated McPherson’s Houghton/Stoss, defeated Augusta’s Tabor/Brookins 8-1, and completed a dominating tournament with a victory over Valley Center’s Mayfield/Berning 8-1 to win their first gold medal as a team.

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