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D-II AA Individual Results From May 7


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The No.1 seeds in singles and doubles claimed titles at the D-II AA Middle/East Region tennis tournament Saturday at GPS and  Baylor girls and McCallie qualified the most (6) players for the upcoming TSSAA state tournament, May 24-28 in Murfreesboro.


 


Boys Region: MBA’s George Harwell defeated Miles Jackson (Ensworth) for the singles title, while top-seeded Patrick Toomey-Alec Kadrie (Baylor) beat teammates Cooper Long-Braden Kadrie, 3-6, 6-3, 10-4 for the doubles crown.


 


Girls Region: Defending state champ Drew Hawkins (Baylor) defeated Winslow Huth


(Harpeth Hall), 6-2, 7-5 in the singles final, while defending state champs Maddox Bandy-Jenna Thurstenson (GPS) def. Lauren Carelli-Presley Thomas (Baylor), 3-6, 6-4, 6-4 in the doubles final.


 


Heading to State: The top five finishers in singles and doubles advance to the state tournament.


 


Boys Singles


Champion: No.1 George Harwell (MBA) def. No.2 Miles Jackson (Ensworth) default


3rd-4th: Taylor Burgan (McCallie) def. Matthew Burlow (MBA)


5th: Matt Bartlett (McCallie) def. Matthew Elias (Baylor), 7-5, 6-3


 


Boys Doubles:


Champion: No.1 Patrick Toomey-Alec Kadrie (Baylor) def. No.2 Cooper Long-Braden Kadrie (Baylor), 3-6, 6-3, 10-4


3rd -4th: Charlie Thel-Ryan Crump (McCallie) def. Zan Meyer-George Brandt (McCallie), 6-2, 7-5


5th: Hugh Graham-Cole Thornton (MBA) def. Jack Miller-Jim Miller (Father Ryan), 6-3, 3-6, 10-7


 


State Qualifiers: McCallie (6 - 2 singles, 2 doubles teams), Baylor (4 - 2 doubles teams), MBA (4 - 2 singles, 1 doubles teams), Ensworth (1 - 1 singles)


 


 Girls Singles


Champion: No.1 Drew Hawkins (Baylor) def. Winslow Huth (Harpeth Hall), 6-2, 7-5


3rd – 4th: Lauren Hadley Trammel (Baylor) def Ashton Jenne (Baylor), 6-4, 6-4


5th: Kate Thel (GPS def. Maggie Cannata (Ensworth), 6-4, 5-7, 11-9


Note: Thel was up 7-5 in the 10-point tie breaker, then trailed 9-7 before fighting off two match points and won the final four points for the win.    


 


Girls Doubles


Champion: Maddox Bandy-Jenna Thurstenson (GPS) def. Carelli-Presley Thomas (Baylor), 3-6, 6-4, 6-4


3rd-4th: Karolina Hakala-Lilly Mooney (Baylor) def. Corinne Spann-Ellie Edwards (GPS)


5th: Natalie Overby-Josephine Bass (Ensworth) Claybrook-Kathryn Risner (Harpeth Hall)  


 


State Qualifiers: Baylor (6 -  2 singles, 2 doubles teams), GPS (5 - 1 singles, 2 doubles teams),


Ensworth (2 - 1 doubles team), Harpeth Hall (1 - singles), Ensworth (1 - 1 singles)


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contact B.B. Branton at william.branton@comcast.net


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