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Varsity Tennis Lexington Invite 2017

Tennis Results

Lexington Invite



Teams:  Adams Central, Alliance, Gering, Hastings St. Cecilia, Hershey, Holdrege, Kearney Catholic, Lexington, McCook, North Platte, Ogallala, Scottsbluff


#1 Singles:  Maddie Herman,  3-1,   4th Place


def by Sarah Sinsel, Holdrege,  3-8

def Camryn Rasmussen, Hastings St. Cecilia, 8-0

def Rachel Hancock, Scottsbluff, 8-0

def Courtney Little Hoop, Alliance,  8-2


Maddie played very well today.  She served well and kept moving the ball around on her opponents. She played more offense today, attacking the ball at the net and scoring numerous points on slams.


#2 Singles:  Annie Cleveland  2-2


def Sasha Richards, Adams Central, 8-6

def by Kate Keffeler, Holdrege, 3-8

def Alanna Weir, Hershey,  8-5

def by Ashley Waggoner, Kearney Catholic,  3-8


Annie had a great day.  She is really starting to think like a singles player; moving the ball well and attacking at the net. She played her best tourney so far this year.


#1 Doubles:  Kacey Jaeger and Kira Mestl, 1-2


def Moriah Wyre and Alisha Huynh, Scottsbluff, 9-7

def by Kacee Samway and Lauren Koetter, McCook,  2-8

def by Jordynn Simpson and Tea Guerra, North Platte,  0-8


Kacey and Kira played much better the first two matches than they did the third.  Their serving was more consistent and they just communicated better.  Against McCook, they took many games to deuce, but just couldn’t finish. Before the third match they had about a 2 hour wait.  This really squashed their momentum and mental focus.


#2 Doubles:  Lily Fair and Maddie Mendoza, 1-2


def Morgan Konen and Shelby Gerloff, Adams Central,  9-7

def by Sharah Oldfather and Annie Trettel, Kearney Catholic,  0-8

def by Alexis Olson and Jacey Jons, Holdrege,  1-8


Lily and Maddie came out playing fairly well in the first game.  Then the second, they had Kearney Catholic which is a really tough, experienced team.  They had some good rallies, and really hustled. But they just kept shooting themselves in the foot, making way too may unforced errors.


We will focus on serving these next couple of days, as we had way too many double faults today.

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