Dubendorf, Gochanour fall at bi-district | FALCON GIRLS TENNIS

The top doubles team from South Whidbey fell in the bi-district girls tennis tournament May 21 in Seattle.

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Bayley Gochanour serves during a bi-district girls tennis match in Seattle on May 21. Behind them is the downtown Seattle skyline

The top doubles team from South Whidbey fell in the bi-district girls tennis tournament May 21 in Seattle.

Falcons Isla Dubendorf, a senior, and sophomore Bayley Gochanour lost in straight sets to be eliminated from the tournament after the second round.

First, Forrest Ridge’s Christina Chia and Amanda Hines won 6-1, 6-1. Falcon head coach Karyle Kramer said the score wasn’t indicative of the on-court performance, however, citing several games that went to deuce.

University Prep’s Heidi Reynolds and Annie Labell ended South Whidbey’s season with a 6-1, 6-2 win.

Jennifer Gochanour photo | Isla Dubendorf and Bayley Gochanour hold up their ribbons for competing in the bi-district girls tennis tournament as a doubles team from South Whidbey.

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