Both the Morgan County High School boys and girls team kept their region record perfect with wins last week against AAA Region 4 foe Salem High School.
On the boys’ side, the number one singles player Gustave Cassagne kept his stellar season going and dominated Salem’s Quinton Mills 6-0; 6-0. Morgan’s number two singles player Tommy Arthur also defeated Salem’s Justin Tabois 6-0; 6-0. Salem forfeited the number three singles and both doubles matches.
The girls’ number one singles player Sarah Waldron defeated Salem’s number one Zion Jennings 6-0, 6-0. Morgan’s number two singles Amelia Glass defeated Salem’s Tujvand Strawer; Morgan’s number three Addison Boyer defeated Salem’s Aiyana Gow and the number one doubles team of Erin Gresham and Mallory Martin defeated Salem’s Unisha Ray and Tyra McClendon and the number two doubles match forfeited to Morgan County for the sweep.
On Wednesday, March 8, The Net Dogs traveled to George Walton Academy for an exhibition match. On the boys side, number one singles Jackson Kirby crushed George Walton’s Phillip Akin 8-0; number two singles Cassagne defeated George Walton’s Evan Phillips 8-5 and the number two doubles team of Tommy Arthur and Harrison Buck defeated Walton’s Landon Barber and Braylee Malcom 8-5 giving the boys a 3-2 advantage over the George Walton team.
On the girls side, the girls did not fare as well, collecting a single win off number three singles player Addyson Boyer’s 8-4 win.
There is plenty of tennis at home this week. The Net Dogs had a home match against region foe Hephzibah on March 14; Henry County at home on March 15 and Madison County on March 16.
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