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Saints Cruise Past Thunderwolves

Brock Kappelmann - March 23, 2017 7:16 am

Saints Cruise Past Thunderwolves
Mar 22, 2017
The #4 Seward County Saints rolled to their 13th win of the season on Wednesday at home at Blue Bonnet Park in Liberal, knocking off NCAA Division II member Colorado State-Pueblo 7-2 behind wins at each of the top five singles spots.
The Thunderwolves took the first point of the day with a 9-8 nailbiting win at #1 doubles, but the Saints battled back with 8-4 and 8-2 wins at #2 and #3 to grab a 2-1 lead at the end of doubles action.
Carlos Anez started the Saints off with a win at #1 singles, downing James Ryan 6-3, 6-4 to put Seward up 3-1. Alex Mosehle took a straight sets win at #2 and Claudio Quinones put together an impressive 6-1, 6-1 win at #3 to seal the win for the Saints. Renato Santos won at #4 Seward while Ben Finet came from behind for a three set victory at #5 for the Saints seventh point. The match of the day came at #6 where CSUP earned a 14-12 third set victory to finish up the match in a 7-2 Seward win.
Seward improves to 13-2 on the year and will return to the court on Saturday as they take on Wichita State University in Wichita.
#4 SEWARD COUNTY/COLORADO STATE-PUEBLO BOX SCORE

Girls

The 6th ranked Seward County Lady Saints earned their 10th win of the season Wednesday afternoon at home at Blue Bonnet Park, downing visiting Colorado State-Pueblo 8-1 to improve to 10-4 on the year.
Seward started their big day against the Thunderwolves with doubles action where Thalita Rodrigues and Lisa Suzuki combined for an 8-1 win at #1 to give the Lady Saints their first point of the day. Tadi Mrewa and Madison Hoelting grinded out a 9-7 win at #2 to put Seward up 2-0 while the ‘Wolves earned their only win of the afternoon at #3 doubles to make it 2-1 Lady Saints after doubles.
Seward had no trouble in singles action either as Rodrigues earned a quick 6-1, 6-1 win at #1 and Suzuki took a straight sets victory at #2 to put the Lady Saints head 4-1. Mrewa swiftly defeated Kaitlyn Bos at #3 to seal the win for Seward while the Lady Saints were forced to come from behind for victories at the bottom three spots to wrap up the 8-1 win.
The Lady Saints improve to 10-4 on the year with the victory and will see the court next on Monday when they take on Barton and Iowa Central in a doubleheader in Great Bend.
#6 SEWARD COUNTY/COLORADO STATE-PUEBLO BOX SCORE

 

 

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