St. Mary’s Girls Tennis remained undefeated in district play and extended their win streak to five with a 6-2 victory against defending district champion, Klamath Union. Klamath has one of the top singles players in the state, but freshmen, Finley Cox , stretched many point to deuce before dropping the match. The number one doubles team for Klamath were also state qualifiers, and they got off to a fast start against Zoe Alftine and Susanna Schatz. Alftine and Schatz played a much better second set but still lost the match. The rest of the matches were all won by St. Mary’s. The team of Sammy Miller and Leah Sternenberg are undefeated since Sternenberg make a sacrifice for the team and switched from her role as number two singles when Alicia Lu returned after going to the world championship with the Robotics team, to partner with Miller. They won their match 6-2, 6-1. Lu won her match 7-5, 6-1. Team captain, Eve Von Strahl, continued her strong play with an 8-5 win at number three singles, and Addie Hopkins rounded out the singles with a win at number four. In number three doubles, Anais Fang and Jenny Nyguen notched their eight straight vistory with an 8-2 win, and at number four doubles, TaylorRose Tavares and Meg Wright won by a score of 8-4. The Crusaders look to continue their winning ways next Tuesday, when they travel to Henley for their final away match of the season.
- 2 Klamath Union High School
- 6 St. Mary's School
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