ENNIS — Sulphur Springs opened the spring tennis season in the Frostbite Tournament.
In boys doubles - Jayce Johnson/Rye Kelly won first round 8-5 over players from Whitesboro and lost second round to Ennis, 8-1;Will Horton/Jonathan Philo lost to Denton Ryan, 8-1 and fell in second round to Whitesboro, 8-6.
In girls doubles - Emily Martin/Mallory Martin won their first round match over Red Oak, 8-3 and then defeated Tyler Lee in the second round, 8-0 before losing 8-6 against All Saints.
Coach Randy Namanny said the Martin duo was the best performance by a Sulphur Springs pair.
In other girls doubles action -
Caitlan Nixon/Magan Smith lost first round to All Saints 8-4 got a bye making it to the consolation quarter finals losing 8-5 to Lee.
In mixed doubles - Ricky Noreiga/Caroline Burns won their first round to Whitesboro, 8-4 and the lost second round to Ennis High, 8-0; Ryan Wilson/Morgan Sutton lost in the first round to Cedar Hill, 8-1 then got a bye and lost in the quarter finals of consolation to Denton Ryan.
In boys singles - Blake Isham lost to Tyler Lee, 8-1 and then fell in the quarterfinals after a bye to Forney High; Devyn Boykin lost first round to Forney 8-1 and then took an 8-3 loss in the quarters of consolation to Red Oak.
In girls singles - Caitlyn Wilson won her first round match to Forney, 8-0 and lost second round to Denton Ryan 8-5; Grace Horton opened with a loss to Denton Ryan, 8-1 and then fell in the quarter finals of consolation 8-4 to Whitesboro.
Namanny added, “Overall, it was a great tournament. We saw some very competitive teams. Since I have been coaching here it was the best we had done in Ennis. There was a lot that went really well.”
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