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March 24, 2014

Wildcats win, Lady Cats fall to North Laurel

CORBIN — By Les Dixon / Staff Writer

NORTH LAUREL — The Lynn Camp Lady Wildcat tennis team picked up an impressive 5-4 win over North Laurel while the Jaguars handed Lynn Camp a 2-0 loss in match play before recording a 5-4 win over Oneida Baptist.

“I was very impressed with Lynn Camp's girls last year, and they have a bright future with the youth and interest level they have there,” North Laurel coach Bob Smith said. “We were able to dominate at the top of the lineup, but our Achilles heel is our depth.  We're just very young and inexperienced this season.  When you have a number of girls that are just picking up the game, you're going to take your lumps.  We'll just have to continue to work and get better.

“Since Lynn Camp only had two boys, we were able to schedule Oneida back for another match this week,” he added. “This is really good for both of us because we're very evenly matched, and most of the courts are very competitive.  I was happy with the guys pulling out the win tonight after losing to them earlier in the week.  I thought we showed more fight tonight, and we had to have that to pull out the team win.”

Girls

Lynn Camp 5, North Laurel 4

Singles

#1 - Pooja Kanthawar (NL) def. Shelby Green (LC) 8-0

#2 - Brynna Ryle (NL) def. Faith Smith (LC) 8-0

#3 - Makara Prichard (NL) def. Hannah Black (LC) 8-1

#4 - Bradi Coe (LC) def. Casey Stenger (NL) 8-2

#5 - Brooklyn Bryant (LC) def. Kaylee Foley (NL) 8-0

#6 - Kristan Kersey (LC) def. Ifrah Hammad (NL) 8-2

Doubles

#1 - Kanthawar/Ryle (NL) def. Green/Black (LC) 8-0

#2 - Smith/Bryant (LC) def. Prichard/Stenger (NL) 8-4

#3 - Coe/Kersey (LC) def. Hiba Khan/Elizabeth Budderberg (NL) 8-0

Boys

North Laurel 9, Lynn Camp 0

Singles

#1 - Ian Boggs (NL) def. Bruce Hopkins (LC) 8-3

#2 - Hunter Higgins (NL) def. Sebastian Weddle (LC) 8-3

Doubles

#1 - Boggs/Higgins (NL) def. Hopkins/Weddle (LC) 8-4

Boys

North Laurel 5, Oneida 4

Singles

#1 - Kaikai Suvimolstean (O) def. Arjun Kanthawar (NL) 8-2

#2 - Barnabas Kim (O) def. Sammy Maggard (NL) 8-5

#3 - Hasan Salim (NL) def. Isaac Waslewski (O) 8-5

#4 - Dakota Boggs (NL) def. Luke White (O) 9-8 (7-4)

#5 - Gavin Gray (NL) def. Paul Shin (O) 8-4

#6 - Ryan Jones (NL) def. Daniel Li (O) 9-7

Doubles

#1 - Waslewski/White (O) def. Gray/Jones (NL) 6-3

#2 - Suvimolstean/Kim (O) def. Kanthawar/Maggard (NL) 8-3

#3 - Bogg/Salim (NL) def. Andrew Lee/Natniel Chukala (O) 8-0

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