For 3 days early final week, the Cazenovia women tennis group needed to look forward to the rain to cease.
Matches in opposition to Christian Brothers Academy and Homer have been pushed again, and a 3rd contest in opposition to Manlius-Pebble Hill needed to wait till Thursday afternoon.
However as soon as it did dry up, the Lakers and Trojans squared off, and Cazenovia, taking three of the 4 doubles matches, negated MPH’s edge in singles and pulled out a 4-3 resolution.
In single-set races to eight video games, Quinlan Emhoff and Megan Kuhn shut out Ileana Anghel and Sophia Menacho 8-0, with Ella Brown and Emily Knapp prevailing by default.
Julia Knutsen and Nina Royer misplaced, 8-2, to Parmees Fazeli and Caroline Mezzalingua, however Mae Sayre and Emma Schwartz took an 8-4 victory over Ava Benedict and Fariel Migeed.
Up in singles, Baylee Pierce was capable of declare a forfeit, whereas Clare Douglas took an 8-6 loss to Genevieve Morrow and Nova Berger fell to Amitees Fazeli 8-1.
A day later, Cazenovia confronted Bishop Grimes and gained slightly extra success, dominating the doubles portion of a 5-2 victory over the Cobras.
Berger and Knapp paired up, dealing with Alicia and Leah Perry 10-1, with Royer and Ella Brown topping Lexi Emmi and Eleanor DeChick 10-2.
In one other 10-2 match, Knutsen and Emma Schwartz beat Julia Avery and Deddeh Fasama, with Emhoff and Kuhn getting their very own 10-2 victory over Alivia Duchano and Giavanna Hillman.
Sayre obtained the lone Lakers level in singles, edging Isabelle Kinsey 10-8. Douglas had a 10-7 defeat to Sarah Falgiatano and Pierce misplaced 10-5 to Sofia Ziankoski.
Chittenango had three completely different matches postponed resulting from climate, together with one with Cazenovia that may get made up this week in between the Bears’ contests in opposition to MPH and Christian Brothers Academy.
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