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Friday — April 23, 2004


Outside in

Rained out against the Cutthroats, Wood River moves in to beat the Diggers

The scheduled showdown between the Wood River and Community School tennis teams turned out to be a no-show Wednesday.

Rain forced the postponement of the Hailey meet, but Wood River did manage to move inside and play the Sugar Salem Diggers, who were on hand for tri-meet action.

Wood River’s Dao Okomoto swats the ball during his win in #1 boys’ singles. The Wolverines defeated Sugar Salem 10-2.

"Community School coach Mark Scribner was extremely gracious getting us into Copper Ranch to play," Wood River’s John Radford said. "He really helped us out."

The Wolverines beat the Diggers 10-2; claming wins in boys’ singles with Dao Okomoto, Thomas Phelan and Kyle Niedrich. Hadley DeBree and Amanda Smith won the two matches in girls’ singles.

Doubles champs were Danny Gariepy and Whitney DeBree at #1 and Gavin Kastner and Kira Gardner at #2.

According to Radford, the Diggers were without a full complement of girls, and did not contest in girls’ doubles or #3 singles. Sugar Salem swept boys’ doubles.

Wood River is scheduled to host Hillcrest of Idaho Falls today, Declo on Tuesday and Minico on Wednesday.


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