Larned Indians win title
ELLINWOOD – Larned’s Abigail Holt and Cassie Manry swept the singles titles as the Indians won the Ellinwood Tennis Tournament Sept. 12. Larned (32_ won the team title and Hutchinson Trinity (18) finished runner-up.
No. 1 singles Holt defeated Hutchinson Trinity’s Ava Madden, 8-2 for first place. No. 2 singles Manry downed Trinity’s Michele Koehler, 8-0 in the first-place match.
Ellinwood’s No. 1 doubles Grace Sturtz/Mahra Johnston defeated Larned’s Reese Watkins, 8-5 for first place.
Larned’s No. 2 doubles Arianna Hemken/Breanna Hemken defeated Ellinwood’s Vivian Klepper/Shelby Steffan 8-1 in the championship match.
TEAM TOTALS—1—Larned 32; 3—Hutchinson Trinity 18; 2—Ellinwood 23; 4—Greeley County 7
NO. 1 SINGLES—1—Abigail Holt, L def. Ava Madden, HT, 8-2; 3--Gracyn Dombroski, E def. Zoey Shivers, GC, 8-4; Holt def. Dombroski, 8-0; Holt def. Shivers, 8-0; Madden, def. Dombroski, 8-6
NO. 2 SINGLES—1—Cassie Manry, L def. Michele Koehler, HT, 8-0; 3—Lydia Porter, E def. Maggie Votruba, GC, 8-3; Manry def. Porter, 8-4; Manry def. Vortruba, 8-0; Koehler def. Porter, 8-3
NO. 1 DOUBLES—1—Grace Sturtz/Mahra Johnston, E def. Reese Watkins/Isabella Bailey, Larned, 8-5; 3—Bianca Salazar/Lindyn Nelson, HT def. Anna Schneider/Reagan Crotinger, 8-6; Sturtz/Johnston def. Salazar/Nelson, 8-4;Sturtz/Johnston def. Schneider/Crotinger, GC, 8-5; Sturtz/Johnston def. Salazar/Nelson, 8-4; Sturtz/Johnston def. Myra Kurth/Rebecca Spain, Kiowa County, 8-1; Watkins/Bailey def. Kurth/Spain, 8-0; Watkins/Bailey def. Salazar/Nelson, 8-2; Watkins/Bailey def. Schneider/Crotinger, 8-2
NO. 2 DOUBLES—1—Arianna Hemken/Breanna Hemken, L def. Vivian Klepper/Shelby Steffan, E, 8-1; 3—Mia Reynolds/Mary Votruba, GC def. Aissa Lorden/Therese Little, HT, 8-3; Hemken/Hemken def. Reynolds/Votruba, GC, 8-3; Hemken/Hemken def. Aissa Lorden/Therese Little, HT, 8-1; Hemken/Hemken def. Cynthia Oren/Carsen Charlton, KC, 8-1; Klepper/Steffan def. Oren/Charlton, 8-1; Klepper/Steffan def. Reynolds/Votruba, 8-6; Klepper/Steffan def. Lorden/Little, 8-2