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Marion too powerful for HNHS netgirls
Friday, April 25, 2014 2:04 PM
Host Marion was too powerful for the Huntington North High School girls' varsity tennis team as the Lady Vikings lost, 0-5, on Thursday, April 24.
The second doubles team of Sarah Fryman and Alisha Leffler was the only HNHS competitor to push past two sets, falling 6-4, 4-6, 2-6 to Rachel Jumper and Sam Diedrich.
HNHS falls to 1-3 on the season.
In singles, Kylie Frederick at No. 1 was blanked by Sasha Glickfield, 0-6, 0-6, and the same fate befell Casey Richman at No. 2 as she went down to Sabrina Porter. Emily Eherenman at third singles lost to Maddie Lester, 1-6, 2-6.
At first doubles, Ana Eckert and Emily Karst lost to Sarah Hihgbaugh and Katie McCoy, 4-6, 4-6.
The Lady Vikes' junior varsity won two of the nine matches contested, both in doubles. The duo of Haley Hart and Maddie Phillips best Kia Timmons and Megan Griffin, 8-3, and the team of Kristen Dyson and Addison Clark topped De'Naja Horton and Dem'Ond Bledsoe, 8-5.
In the other doubles matches, Michaela Cook and Laresa Lund lost to Asiha Guy and DeShea Howard, 3-8, and Leah Kitchen and Olivia Henderson dropped a 1-8 decision to Nichole Robertson and Jessa Gearhart.
In singles, Jessica Onate lost to Lauren Brown, 1-8; Katie Hunt fell to Hailey Gandee, 2-8; Olivia Bowman lost to Makayla Nelson, 0-8; and Anna Doctor was topped by Lyssa Guy, 1-8.