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Great Bend takes home third place from WAC
No. 1 doubles team captures top spot
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Nick Moyers of Great Bend's Western Athletic Conference champion No. 1 doubles team follows through on his serve during the WAC tourney on Monday in Dodge City. - photo by MARY ALBL Dodge City Daily Globe

DODGE CITY — The Great Bend High School boys’ tennis team was led by the No. 1 doubles duo of Nick Moyers and Austin Jacobs in Monday’s Western Athletic Conference meet in Dodge City.
The No. 1 doubles team took first place at the meet.
“The No. 1 doubles team never dominated anyone but played very gutsy tennis and pulled through winning the WAC doubles title,” GBHS head coach Shannon Schartz said. “Both Nick and Austin were named to the all WAC team consisting of the top 9 players of the conference.”
Garden City took first place at the meet with 14 points.
The Panthers finished in third place, scoring nine points.

At Dodge City

Team standings
1. Garden City, 14; 2. Liberal, 11; 3. Great Bend, 9; 4. Dodge City, 3; 5. Hays 3.
Individual results
No. 1 singles —
Noel Rodriguez (1-3) fourth: lost to Liberal 8-1, lost to Garden City 8-3, lost to Hays 8-1, def. Dodge City 8-6.
No. 2 singles — Ramon Garcia (2-2) third: lost to Liberal 8-3, lost to Garden City 8-4, def. Hays 8-3, def. Dodge City 8-3.
No. 3 singles — Elena Lewis (2-2) third: lost to Liberal 8-5, lost to Garden City 8-4, def. Hays 8-4, def. Dodge City 8-2.
No. 1 doubles — Nick Moyers & Austin Jacobs (4-0) first: def. Liberal 8-6, def. Garden City 8-6, def. Hays 8-4, def. Dodge City 8-2.
No. 2 doubles — Adam Neeland & Ky Heeke (2-2) third: lost to Liberal 8-5, lost to Garden City 8-7 (7-4), def. Hays 8-2, def. Dodge City 8-6.

— Kevin Price