Bradley tennis sweeps Pounders

Posted 4/19/19

The Bradley Central tennis teams swept recent matches with Chattanooga Central.The Bearettes blanked the Lady Pounders 9-0, while the Bears posted a 7-2 victory.The roles were reversed Thursday as …

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Bradley tennis sweeps Pounders

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The Bradley Central tennis teams swept recent matches with Chattanooga Central.

The Bearettes blanked the Lady Pounders 9-0, while the Bears posted a 7-2 victory.

The roles were reversed Thursday as Cobe Harned (8-6) was the lone Bradley Central victor against East Hamilton.

Bradley will return to the Tony Cavett Tennis complex at Tinsley Park next Thursday, to take on cross-county rival Walker Valley.

"We really appreciate the city for letting us use the wonderful new facilities at Tinsley Park," commented Bradley head coach Franklin Elrod.

"The complex is beautiful, and a wonderful place for our young people to be able to play."


Bearettes 9

Lady Pounders 0

Singles

Christina Keenum (BC) def. Denae Wnuk (CC) 8-0, Lauren Baker (BC) def. Deanna Wnuk(CC) 8-1, Gabby Peacock (BC) def. Faith Cooper (CC) 8-0,  Chloe Williams (BC) def. Ariya McGee (CC) 8-1,  Calli Elrod (BC) won by forfeit, Sydney Simms (BC) won by forfeit.

Doubles

Baker/Peacock (BC) def Wnuk/Wnuk (CC) 8-0, Elrod/Simms def. Cooper McGee (CC) 8-0, Keenum/Williams won by forfeit.


Boys

Bears 7,

Pounders 2

Singles

Jordan Hudson (CC) def. Brandon Tilley (BC) 8-5; Reed McCall (BC) def. Matthew Phan (CC) 8-2; Cobe Harned (BC) def. Alex Langevim (CC) 8-3; Caleb Greenhaw (CC) def. Sebastain Ortiz (BC) 8-2; Jimmy Boyd (BC) won by forfeit; Cole Haney (BC) won by forfeit.

Doubles

Tilley/Harned (BC) def. Hudson/Langevim (CC) 8-1; McCall/Boyd (BC) def. Phan/Greenhaw (CC) 8-1; Ortiz/Haney (BC) won by forfeit.

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