Girls tennis defeats King’s, host district tournament on May 10

  • Saturday, April 29, 2017 12:00pm
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South Whidbey girls tennis defeated King’s 4-3 on April 21 and improved to 5-3 overall.

Ainsley Nelson was the Falcons’ only singles winner after defeating King’s Cameryn Henniger 6-1, 6-1.

All three of the Falcons’ doubles teams won. Taylor Hamilton and Sarah Hodson lost their first set 6-3, but won the next two 6-3, 6-3 to defeat their opponents. Bayley Gochanour and Mary Zisette, and Ally Lynch and Ashley Ricketts also earned victories.

The Falcons’ home matches against Bear Creek on April 18 and Coupeville on April 26 were postponed due to rain.

South Whidbey hosts the class 1A District 1 Championships at South Whidbey High School at noon on May 10.

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