Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

Area Sports

April 5, 2012

SMHS tennis team beats Harriman, CCHS

CROSSVILLE — The Stone Memorial tennis teams swept a pair of matches this week, beating Harriman in a district match Monday and cross-town rival CCHS Tuesday, before taking a few days off for spring break.

"Both teams displayed an exceptional level of good sportsmanship and enjoyed an afternoon of tennis," said CCHS Coach Terry Jacobs.

SMHS 8, CCHS 1

The boys defeated the CCHS Jets 8-1 in their non-district matchup on the SMHS tennis courts.

Singles

Dylan Nelson (SM) defeated Lee Presson 8-3.

Daniel Koehl (CC) defeated Mark Brown 8-5.

Tyler Yoder (SM) beat Chuckie Blackmon 8-1.

Casey Lightsey (SM) defeated Landon Crawford 8-1.

Cole Kemmer (SM) beat Zach Eberhart 8-3.

John Teeple (SM) defeated Francis Marasigan 8-4.

Will Flynn (SM) defeated Joshua Whittenberger in a junior varsity singles match 8-0.

Doubles

Nelson/Brown (SM) beat Presson/Koehl 9-7.

Yoder/Lightsey (SM) beat Blackmon/Landon Crawford 8-1

Will Flynn/Kemmer (SM) defeated Duc Tran/Drake Parrott 8-4.

SMHS 9, CCHS 0

The Lady Panthers shut out the Lady Jets 9-0 for their fifth consecutive shutout this season.

Singles 

Ali Harris (SM) defeated Nithya Kanagasegar 8-6.

Peyton Franklin (SM) beat Peyton Zeino 8-2.

Jacqueline Hamby (SM) defeated Kaitlyn Mathis 8-6.

Tori Harris (SM) defeated Taylor Vaden 8-3.

Elise Myslinski (SM) beat Kaila Treadway 8-2.

Ashley Elmore (SM) defeated Deanna Sola 8-0.

Olivia Andrews (SM) decisioned Iasmin K da Silva 6-0 in a junior varsity singles match.

Doubles 

A. Harris/T. Harris (SM) defeated Kanagasegar/Zeino 8-5.

Franklin/Hamby (SM) beat Mathis/Vaden 8-1.

Sarah Kemmer/Elmore (SM) defeated Treadway/Sola 8-0. 

There were two junior varsity doubles matches, both won by CCHS. Tessa Dixon and Iasmin K da Silva and Tessa Dixon defeated April Abston and Amanda Barnacz 6-2, 6-5, and Abi Claflin and Shannon Babincsak defeated Riley Headrick and Sam Ellis, 6-3.

The SMHS Panthers and Lady Panthers are both now 4-1 in District play and 5-2 overall.

On Monday, April 2, The SMHS tennis teams swept Harriman on the Panther courts. The boys won 8-1, while the Lady Panthers blanked Harriman 9-0 for their fourth straight shutout.

SMHS 8, Harriman 1

Singles

Dylan Nelson (SM) defeated Robby McCart 8-6.

Isaac Evans (H) defeated Mark Brown 8-5.

Tyler Yoder (SM) beat Chane Goldston 8-0.

Casey Lightsey (SM) defeated Evan Ford 8-1.

Will Flynn (SM) beat Corey Burgess 9-7.

John Teeple (SM) defeated Matt Snow 8-5.

Doubles 

Nelson/Brown (SM)) beat McCart/Evans 8-1.

Yoder/Lightsey (SM) beat Ford/Snow 8-1.

Flynn/Cole Kemmer (SM) defeated Goldston/Burgess 8-2.

SMHS 9, Harriman 0

Singles 

Ali Harris (SM) defeated Eden Marsalis 8-2.

Peyton Franklin (SM) beat Jill Goldston 8-2.

Jacqueline Hamby (SM) defeated Kirsten Arden 8-1.

Ashley Elmore (SM) defeated Haleigh Hallcox 8-1.

Elise Myslinski (SM) beat Ashante Hall 8-0.

Olivia Andrews (SM) won by forfeit.

Doubles 

A. Harris/T. Harris (SM) defeated Marsalis/Goldston 8-2.

Franklin/Hamby (SM) beat Arden/Hallcox 8-1.

Sarah Kemmer/Elmore (SM) won by forfeit.

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