The coaching staff decided that we would mix things up with some of the girls playing with different partners, different positions and the like.
Maria Cyr, at 1 singles, met up with someone like herself who could rally for long periods of time. They literally had a 10 minute first game. Maria was not giving up and in the end prevailed. The opponent had to default due to fatigue at 5-0 in the first set.
Bridget Villareal at 2 singles had a win with a score of 6-0, 6-1. Bridget was on a mission to win and didn’t allow her opponent to ever get back into the match. Congratulations Bridget!
Allie Foy (normally our 4 singles) lost, but it was a hard fought match at 3 singles. Teagan Lechnar (normally 3 doubles) played 4 singles for the first time, discovered her backhand and hit forehands with more authority!
Alexis Roa and Gabby Martin at 1 doubles won and kept up their winning ways.
We thought Erin Renaud and Morgan Smith, at 2 doubles, would be interesting. They won a hard fought match 6-3,6-4. Paulina Alonte and Anjoli Konja, at 3 doubles, lost 6-4, 6-3. Maddie Roy and Marah Winkles, at 4 doubles, lost 6-4, 6-0 to a higher level team and almost won the first set.
Shayla Nguyen and Addison Foy lost 8-4 but again they kept it close and played hard. Our up and coming Freshmen group had a chance to play too. Amara Thomas, Savannah Manungas, Rachael Zarb and Tori Lechnar are all improving.
Game Ball goes to Bridget Villareal. From her loss last Saturday, Bridget rose above and showed real growth and major toughness and focus in her win over the Carlson number 2 girl! Congratulations!!