Girls Varsity Tennis · Girls Varsity Tennis falls to Lawrenceburg 3 – 2

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In a rain make up date, South Dearborn traveled to take on EIAC foe Lawrenceburg. The hose Tigers pulled out the 3-2 victory over the Knights, with the deciding match coming down to a third set at number three singles. Number one singles player Madison Fentress played well, had some great shots and beat out Averi McMullen 6-4, 6-1. Number two singles player Sydney Yoe took control of the match and the momentum early and did not let up as she defeated Gracie Safaviyan 6-2, 6-0. The deciding point came from number three singles players Ashley Stevenson and Lauren Karsteter, were Stevenson controlled the first set with great game play winning 6-1. The momentum quickly shifted in the second set as Karsteter won 6-1. The third set went back and forth, with Stevenson eventually falling 4-6.
In doubles action, number one team of Brooklyn Cromer and Emily Seward played a great match against Olivia Lamb and Sheridan Houze. Neither team gave an inch as the Tigers took the first set in hard fought battle winning 7-6 (8-6) in a tiebreaker. The second set saw the host school find a way to control the set winning 6-4. Number two doubles team of Lacey Horn and Danielle Martini could not get the momentum on their side as they were defeated 1-6, 1-6 by Destiny Golden and Jasmyn Blackburn.
In junior varsity action singles play; Hailey Brandt and Kelsie Jackson were defeated in their match. Brooklyn Halbig, Jennifer Wullenweber, and Reagan Stevenson all won their match. In doubles play; Jersey Tice and Alexis Qualters, Jess Suesz and Chloe Steigerwald, Tylee Baker and Marissa Geiser, Annie Brown and Zowee Ott, and Sydney Brandt and Sarah Rutherford all lost their matches to the Tigers.
South Dearborn dropped to 3-12 on the season and 1-6 in EIAC play.