By Chris Parsons / Staff Writer
CLAY COUNTY —The North Laurel Jaguars tennis team picked up a 7-2 win over Clay County Thursday, while the Lady Jaguars held a 4-3 lead when play was suspended due to darkness.
North Laurel coach Bob Smith said the match was a typical battle between his Jaguars and Clay County, but this time his squad went a little deeper than the home team.
“We had a couple close losses in singles, but we were deeper at the bottom of the lineup,” Smith said.
No. 1 Pooja Kanthawar (NL) def. Mindi Bowling (CC) 8-5
No. 2 Kendra Smallwood (NL) led Rachyl Harmon (CC) 4-3 (DNF due to darkness)
No. 3 Morgan Dubbels (CC) led Caroline Moore (NL) 3-2 (DNF due to darkness)
No. 4 Brynna Ryle (NL) def. Bailey Hubbard (CC) 8-6
No. 5 Breanna Cornett (CC) def. Makara Prichard (NL) 8-5
No. 6 Kaley Miller (CC) def. Taylor Hubbard (NL) 8-2
No. 1 Harmon/Dubbels (CC) def. Kanthawar/Moore (NL) 7-5, 4-6, 6-4
No. 2 Smallwood/Ryle (NL) def. Bowling/Hubbard (CC) 9-7
No. 3 Prichard/Hubbard (NL) def. Cornett/Miller (CC) 9-7
No. 1 Brit Bowling (CC) def. Arjun Kanthawar (NL) 9-7
No. 2 Hasan Salim (NL) def. Zach Grigsby (CC) 8-4
No. 3 Corey Robinson (CC) def. Sammy Maggard (NL) 9-7
No. 4 Spencer Bolton (NL) def. Jordan Jackson (CC) 8-0
No. 5 Justin Maggard (NL) def. Teddy Woods (CC) 8-0
No. 6 Ryan Jones (NL) def. Lucas Magee (CC) 8-1
No. 1 Maggard/Maggard (NL) def. Grigsby/Robinson (CC) 6-1, 6-4
No. 2 Kanthawar/Bolton (NL) def. Bowling/Jackson (CC) 8-3
No. 3 Jones/Gray (NL) def. Woods/Magee (CC) 8-4
By Chris Parsons / Staff Writer
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