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Sulphur Springs tennis team edges Greenville

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GREENVILLE — Sulphur Springs managed a 10-9 win over Greenville in fall tennis  action Thursday in Greenville.

    In boys doubles - the Lions took two of three matches. taking a win was the combination of Jonathan Philo/Jayce Johnson won 6-0.  Ryan Wilson/Jesse Allen of Sulphur Springs lost 7-5. The team of Steven Payne/Harrison Harbbin fell 6-1.
    Greenville won two of three in girls doubles. Taking a win for Sulphur Springs - Caroline Burns/Rebecca Maddux winning 7-5. Kezli Cook teamed with Magan Smith of Sulphur Springs and lost 7-6 (8-6) in a tough match. Abbie Martin and Anne-Marie Winborn went down by a 6-2 score.
    In mixed doubles - Drew Sant teamed with Morgan Sutton for a 6-0 win.
    Taking wins in boys singles - Drew Sant, 8-3; Wilson, 8-3; Philo, 8-6; Jesse Allen, 8-1. Johnson was defeated 9-7 and Payne lost, 8-3.
    Winning in girls singles action were - Cook won by a 9-8 (8-6) tiebreaker; Sutton, 8-2 and Smith, 8-3. Losing were Martin, 8-2; Burns, 8-4 and Winborn, 8-3.
    Sulphur Springs did not fare as well in junior varsity action. Trampus Lewis won 8-2 and Kade Brown was victorious, 7-6 (7-2) tiebreaker. Taking losses were Harbbin, 6-1 and Stout, 8-4.
    In doubles - Ben Bell/Tyler Harris won 7-6 (8-6) tiebreaker.  Losing matches were Sam Robinson/Reed, 8-5 and Juan Gadino and Mason Morris lost 6-2.
     In girls action - Jayspen Johnson won 8-6. Taking losses were Taylor Catcher/Brynn Offutt, 8-1; Angelina Theis/Emily Kupier, 8-0 and Karolina Espinoza, 8-2.
    “We had a tough match with Greenville this year.  The varsi only won by one match, made it really eye opening on what we need to work on.  Grace Horton was injured, that did bump the girls side up and hurt our depth just a bit,” said Randy Namanny tennis coach.




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