The BCHS boys’ tennis team continues to dominate opponents winning a pair of matches this past week to stay undefeated.
The boys lineup defeated Hilliard on March 7 in convincing fashion with a 7-0 margin. Jared Stafford won the No. 1 singles match 8-1 and Brock Dukeman had an 8-3 win in No. 2 singles.
Tyler Curry won 9-8 with a 10-4 tie-break victory and Evan Barrett had an 8-6 win. Logan Campbell won 8-0.
The doubles team of Stafford and Dukeman were victorious 8-2 while Curry and Barrett won 8-4.
The girls squad continues to improve despite losses against Hilliard and Union County.
The girls fell 2-5 to Hilliard with NO. 1 singles player Kaylann Stafford winning 8-4 and the doubles team of Stafford and Andrea Clark winning 8-6. Danielle Mathis, Toree Jones, Victoria Sapp and the doubles team of Mathis and Jones fell to the Lady Flashes.
The boys notched another victory on March 11 in a 6-1 home match over Union County.
Stafford, Barrett, Dukeman and Curry all won their singles matches. Doubles teams Stafford and Barrett, and Dukeman and Curry posted wins as well.
Campbell fell in singles play.
“Solid and consistent play is driving this winning streak for the boys,” said Coach Chris Armoreda. “The Lady Wildcats are improving every game. It’s good to see positive results despite what the score indicates. These girls are a hard working group.”
The girls lost 2-5 with Stafford and the doubles team of Stafford and Clark picking up wins.
A big test is coming up on Thursday when the boys serve it up against Bishop Kenny, one of the best teams in the district. They then travel to the West Nassau tournament on Friday, March 15.
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