Girls Varsity Tennis · Girls Varsity Tennis falls to Greensburg 4 – 1

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South Dearborn took to the road, for the first time this season, as they battled the Pirates of Greensburg. The Knights looked to take advantage of the warmer weather, but fell short on Friday the 13th against the Pirates 1-4.
Madison Fentress took her opponent to the limit, before falling in a third set tiebreaker. Fentress dropped the first set 4-6, then took advantage of some great play and controlling the momentum as well as the second set, winning 6-2. The third set went back and forth, neither player had complete control of the set. Fentress eventually lost in a tiebreaker 4-7 to Raegan Rigney. Sydney Yoe broke the third set curse, as she defeated Ellie Acra in straight sets. The previous three matches saw Yoe go the full three sets. Yoe battled in the first set and took advantage of great shot selections, winning 7-5. Yoe kept the pressure on and never relinquished the momentum as she won 6-0. Three singles player Ashley Stevenson played well, had some good shots and rallies but eventually fell to Emma Hellmich 4-6, 2-6.
One doubles team of Brooklyn Cromer and Emily Seward battled to the brink in the first set. Momentum shifted often, as both teams played well, but the duo eventually lost 5-7. The second set the duo could not get traction, as they lost 1-6 to Kirsten Fong and Bailey Menkedick. Number two doubles duo of Lacey Horn and Danielle Martini had some nice shots and good doubles play. The duo could not get the momentum on their side as they dropped both sets 1-6, 2-6 against Claudia Westhafer and Sarah Schneider.
In junior varsity singles action Madalynn Couch, Reagan Stevenson played well, but eventually dropped their set. Jennifer Wullenweber and Alexis Qualter played great and won their singles match. In doubles action Jersey Tice and Tylee Baker dropped their match.
The loss dropped the Knights to 0-4 on the season and 0-4 in the EIAC. South Dearborn looks to rebound as they travel to Lawrenceburg on Monday (16th) for a 4 o’clock start.