HNHS boys’ varsity tennis sees win vs. East Noble in rescheduled match

Returning the ball to his East Noble opponent is Huntington North High School junior varsity tennis player Max Fusselman. Fusselman scored 8-3 in his match against East Noble. In overall play, the Vikings won out over East Noble, adding another NE8 win to the books.
Returning the ball to his East Noble opponent is Huntington North High School junior varsity tennis player Max Fusselman. Fusselman scored 8-3 in his match against East Noble. In overall play, the Vikings won out over East Noble, adding another NE8 win to the books. photo by Katelynn Farley.

The Huntington North High School boys’ varsity tennis team hosted East Noble on Wednesday, Sept. 9, rescheduling their match after being rained out on Tuesday, Sept. 8.

HNHS won 4-1 over their opponents, sweeping doubles play and having one loss in singles play. This win puts another NE8 victory in the books for the Vikings.

HNHS singles players Carson Kitchen and Chase Mickley both saw victory over East Noble, both scoring 6-3 in both of their sets.

HNHS doubles partners Noah Zahn and Thomas Schweller won 6-3 and 6-2 in their matches, and partners Matthew Weill and Reid Eckert scored 4-6, 7-6 and 6-4 in their matches.