JV tennis wins meet

CHAPMAN — Concordia won the junior varsity tennis triangular hosted by Chapman on Tuesday.
The Panthers scored 14 points in capturing the team title. Chapman was second with eight points and Marysville was third with four.
Isaac Sprague placed first in number one singles for Concordia. He won 8-1 over Marysville’s number one player and 8-4 over Chapman’s number one.
Tristin Morgan and Andrew Sheely cruised to a first-place finish in number one doubles for the Panthers. They shut out Marysville 8-0, and downed Chapman, 8-2.
Matthew Gayton and Duaine Otott placed second in number two doubles for Concordia. They fell 8-6 to Marysville, and blanked Chapman, 8-0.
Concordia did not have an entry in number two singles.

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