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Larned sweeps No. 1 tennis titles
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LARNED — Larned’s No. 1 singles Dalton Penka and No. 1 doubles Andrew Bright-Logan DeMond captured first place and the Indians won the Larned Tennis Invitational. Larned scored 24 points to beat Ellinwood (18).

Penka (3-0) defeated Ellinwood runner-up Caleb Robl 8-1 for first place and won 24 of 28 games. Bright-Demond (3-0) defeated Ellinwood’s Caleb Bookout-Brook Degenhardt 8-1 for first place and won 24 of 28 games. 

Salina St. John’s Adrian Cabildo defeated Ellinwood’s Landon Robl 8-4 for first place. Cimarron’s No. 2 doubles Clay Frink-Cody Frink defeated  Larned’s Britton Herrman-Joe Theis 8-7 (7-3) to earn first place in a tiebreaker for the second consecutive tournament.


TEAM TOTALS—1—Larned 24; 2—Ellinwood 18; 3—Cimarron 12; 4—Salina St. John’s 6

NO. 1 SINGLES—1—Dalton Penka, L def. Caleb Robl, E, 8-1; 3—Ambrose Shaughnessy, C def. Kevin Kerman, SSJ, 8-6; Penka def. Shaughnessy, C, 8-2; Penka def. Kerman, SSJ, 8-1; Robl def. Shaughnessy, C, 8-7 (7-5); Robl def. Kerman, SSJ, 8-1

NO. 2 SINGLES—1—Adrian Cabildo, SSJ def. Landon Robl, E, 8-4; 3—Ian Orth, L def. Alex McPhail, C, 8-5; Cabildo, SSJ def. Orth, L, 8-0; Robl, E def. Orth, L, 8-1; Robl def. McPhail, C, 8-2; Orth, L def. McPhail, C, 8-5  

NO. 1 DOUBLES—1—Andrew Bright-Logan DeMond, L def. Caleb Bookout-Brook Degenhardt, E, 8-1; 3—Trevor Greaser-Wyatt Woods, C def. Nick Bergman-Cam Wolfe, SSJ, 8-5; Bright-DeMond, L def. Greaser-Woods, C, 8-2; Bright-DeMond, L def. Bergman-Wolfe, SSJ, 8-1; Bookout-Degenhardt, E def. Greaser-Woods, C, 8-2; Bookout-Degenhardt, E def. Bergman-Wolfe, SSJ, 8-1 

NO. 2 DOUBLES—1—Clay Frink-Cody Frink, C def. Britton Herrman-Joe Theis, L, 8-7 (7-3); 3—Nathan Ringwald-Shaun Weber, E def. Ken Golden-Deven Brown, SSH, 8-2; Frink-Frink, C def. Ringwald-Weber, E, 8-4; Herrman-Theis, L def. Ringwald-Theis, L, 8-6; Herrman-Theis, L def. Golden-Brown, SSJ, 8-4