• South girls down North in tennis

  • South Medford recorded its first sweep of the season in girls tennis Tuesday, taking down visiting rival North Medford, 8-0, at South Medford High.
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  • South Medford recorded its first sweep of the season in girls tennis Tuesday, taking down visiting rival North Medford, 8-0, at South Medford High.
    "It was neat to see," said Panthers coach Hal Borg of the whitewash. "We've got some freshmen playing on the team who did really well. My hat's off to the freshmen who helped pull out the win."
    Kayla Fain and Andrea DeVries, both freshmen, won at No. 4 doubles over Savanna Chambers and Prave Dechasari, 6-3, 6-3. Abi Borg and Kali Curtis were other freshmen who were part of doubles victories.
    South's top singles player, freshman Kelsey Bartlett, won by forfeit.
    SINGLES — Kelsey Bartlett, SM, won by forfeit; Haley Steadman, SM, d. Jacqueline Bradford, 6-0, 6-1; Catherine Gustafson, SM, d. Bailey Cowan, 6-0, 6-2; Keyari Sleezer, SM, d. Anne Miller, 7-5, 6-1.
    DOUBLES — Riley Finnegan-Abi Borg, SM, d. Rayna Carson-Halli Roosell, 6-0, 6-0; Hannah Borg-Caroline Eledge, SM, d. Rachel Forrest-Madelyn Duar, 6-1, 6-1; Kali Curtis-Erin Viera, SM, d. Morgan Messar-Alexa Inman, 6-0, 6-3; Kayla Fain-Andrea DeVries, SM, d. Savanna Chambers-Prave Dechasari, 6-3, 6-3.
    SOUTH MEDFORD 5, NORTH MEDFORD 3 — South Medford's top doubles pairing of Adam Day and Blake Bartlett escaped with a marathon win over Kyle Campbell and Ryan Hogan and the Panthers won the meet at North Medford High.
    Day and Bartlett prevailed 7-6 (7-5), 5-7, 7-5 in a match that lasted three hours.
    In top-seeded singles action, freshman Kylar Tosh downed Tyler West, 6-0, 6-1.
    SINGLES — Kylar Tosh, SM, d. Tyler West, 6-0, 6-1; Mitch Steadman, SM, d. Logan West, 6-4, 6-2; Daniel Pedersen, NM, d. Brad Johnson, 6-4, 6-0; Spencer Ebert, NM, d. JJ Quirarte, 6-1, 6-1.
    DOUBLES — Adam Day-Blake Bartlett, SM, d. Kyle Campbell-Ryan Hogan, 7-6 (7-5), 5-7, 7-5; Tanner Johnson-Nick Viscounty, SM, d. Kane Garrett-Nathan Cobb, 6-0, 6-0; Kai Elam-John Phelps, SM, d. Sebastian Thomsen-Ryan Trapp, 6-2, 6-4; Kellin Pedersen-Isaiah Williams, NM, d. Brandon Wolf-Noah Terrando, 6-4, 3-6, 7-5.
    SKYLINE TOURNAMENT — At Klamath Falls, Hidden Valley won the all-Skyline event with a 371 team total, and Mazama's lone player, Bryce Wortman, was medalist with a 78 at Reames Country Club.
    HIDDEN VALLEY (371) — Austin Johnson 40-42—82, Derek Boice 45-48—93, Zach Carter 52-44—96, Tanner Hanks 50-50—100.
    NORTH VALLEY (391) — Cody Beairsto 48-43—91, Taylor Cole 46-49—95, Kade Toledo 50-51—101, Cole DeCourcey 52-52—104.
    HENLEY (394) — Chris Armstrong 50-46—96, Gunnard Lindsey 49-49—98, Matt Morawiec 49-50—99, Robert Ferguson 57-44—101.
    KLAMATH UNION (402) — Kyle Wolfram 47-45—92, David Reed 52-50—102, Alberto Aispuro 54-49—103, David Lilly 59-46—105.
    PHOENIX (420) — Austin Sawchuk 51-48—99, Austin Jeandin 54-51—105, Ethan Gedde 53-56—109, Alex Hernandez 54-53—107.
    MAZAMA (Inc.) — Bryce Wortman 37-41—78.
    SKYLINE TOURNAMENT — Phoenix, led by Allyson Armstrong's 103 score, won at Rogue Valley Country Club.
    The Pirates shot 471 to best runner-up North Valley (512). Henley's Kaitlin Collom was medalist with a 75.
    PHOENIX (471) — Allyson Armstrong 52-51—103, Shayla Peterson 56-57—113, Karlie Richardson 57-70—127, Alex Hull 63-65—128.
    NORTH VALLEY (512) — Emma Staples 59-59—118, Tristen Vandehey 56-62—118, Kierstan Smith 69-61—130, Heidi Hickman 71-75—146.
    ILLINOIS VALLEY (556) — Kynan Nordal 57-61—118, Skyla Patton 67-67—134, Jazmine Hancock 74-77—151, Monica Meng 72-81—153.
    ST. MARY'S (Inc.) — Lilli Knudsen 67-59—126, Taylor Holton 66-61—127, Isabelle Suarez 69-61—130.
    CASADE CHRISTIAN (Inc.) — Briyonna Felan 65-56—121, Claria Cummings 67-68—135.
    HENLEY (Inc.) — Kaitlin Collom 35-40—75, Kylie Collom 35-43—78.
    MAZAMA (Inc.) — Hannah Reynolds 44-44—88, Liz Ray 73-70—143.
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