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.


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


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.


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.


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


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.


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


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.


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


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.


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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