Tennis performs well despite weather woes

By Cambrie Kemp

Tennis 9/29 //Adrian Dietz
With a look of pure determination, Adrian Dietz attacks the ball at the Phillipsburg meet on September 29.

On Saturday, September 29, the Trego Lady Eagles traveled to Phillipsburg. The girls had a delayed start due to the courts being wet but got through the damp, cold day to bring home third as a team.

The girls also brought home some individual medals.

Number one doubles duo, Tillie Malinowsky and Hannah Kinderknecht, finished the day with a 2-2 record. The two lost their first match against Solida and Stapel of Phillipsburg, 2-8. They won their second match, 8-1, dominating against Davis and Woodyard of Norton. They fell to Nowlin and Sweat of Victoria, 7-8, on their third match. Their last match was a bye. Malinowsky and Kinderknecht took home second place.

Number two doubles, Paige Post and Julian Coker, ended with a 3-1 record. Post and Coker fell to Moore and Salinas of Philipsburg 1-8 during their first match. Their next two matches were byes. Their final match against Holloway and Wherry of Osborne ended 8-1. Post and Coker took home second place medals.

Adrian Dietz, number one singles player, ended with a 2-2 record. Dietz lost her first match against Roth of Phillipsburg, 4-8. She won her second match, defeating Railsback of Norton, 8-1. Dietz lost her third match playing Kuhn of Victoria, 3-8. Dietz ended the day with a win, defeating Hahn of Osborne, 8-2. Dietz took home third place.

Number two singles player, Caroline Brungardt, went 0-4. She was defeated by Gourdon of Phillipsburg, 4-8, in her first match. Her second match was close against Yeager of Norton, 5-8. Her third match was a tough one ending at 0-8 against Sweat of Victoria. Her fourth match ended 2-8 against Wolters of Osborne.