Friday, April 25, 2014

Cutthroat tennis volleys past WRHS 9-3

Sun Valley players prevail on Hailey courts


Community School No. 1 boys’ doubles partners Trenor Gould (left) and Roger Figge touch racquets during their victory over Wood River Wednesday on the Hailey courts. Photo by Roland Lane

     In the first of two meetings this spring between perennial Idaho tennis powers Community School and Wood River High, the Cutthroats from Sun Valley emerged with a 9-3 dual meet victory Tuesday on the Hailey courts.

     The 3A Cutthroats captured five of the six singles matches, all in straight sets, and swept boys’ and girls’ doubles. Final totals by gender were 5-1 for the boys and 4-2 for the girls.

     Cutthroat boys’ singles winners were junior Willis Sanchez-duPont, junior George Everitt and sophomore Henry Everitt. No. 1 girls’ singles Olivia Ott and No. 3 Blair Baker, both sophomores, won matches in straight sets.

     Boys’ doubles winners for Sun Valley were No. 1 Roger Figge-Trenor Gould, both juniors, and No. 2 Dan DuFur-Gavin Blair, a sophomore and freshman. Also winning was No. 1 Emily Siegel and Samantha Busby, both sophomores.

     Community School coach Phil Huss said, “The Cutthroats played well in Hailey against local rival Wood River High School. We prevailed 9-3 with strong effort and good patient point construction across the board.”

     Tuesday, host Wood River won a weather-shortened league dual meet with Jerome by a 12-0 score. Pro sets determined the match winners. Singles winners were Danny Graves, Drew Morse, Michael Niedrich, Megan Murphy, Tate Morell and Josie Potts.

     Doubles winners for Wood River were Stephen Pfeiffer-Andrew Graves, Miles Remington-Taylor Cooper, Alex and Sam Taylor, Fernanda Lagunas-Cheyanne Stopol, Andrew Pearson-Haley Cutler and Clay Cutler-Manuela Cortina-Otero.

     The Cutthroat tennis team travels to Mountain Home Saturday at noon and hosts Sugar-Salem of Sugar City and Gooding in a make-up league tri-meet Monday, April 28 at 1 p.m. at Sun Valley Tennis Club. The Cutthroats entertain Wood River and Canyon Ridge Tuesday, April 29.

     Results from Wednesday’s WRHS-Community School dual meet in Hailey follow:

 

Community School 9, WRHS 3

     · Boys’ singles: 1—Willis Sanchez-duPont (CS) 6-2, 6-1 over Danny Graves (WR). 2—George Everitt (CS) 6-0, 6-1 over Taylor Cooper (WR). 3—Henry Everitt (CS) 6-0, 6-3 over Michael Niedrich (WR).

     · Girls’ singles: 1—Olivia Ott (CS) 6-1, 6-1 over Megan Murphy (WR). 2—Tate Morell (WR) 7-6, 6-1 over Hannah Conn (CS). 3—Blair Baker (CS) 6-0, 6-1 over Sophia Coplin (WR).

     · Boys’ doubles: 1—Roger Figge-Trenor Gould (CS) 6-1, 6-0 over Stephen Pfeiffer-Oskar Wilander (WR). 2—Dan DuFur-Gavin Blair (CS) 6-1, 6-0 over Brady Delgadillo-Wes Brimstein (WR).

     · Girls’ doubles: 1—Emily Siegel-Samantha Busby (CS) 6-0, 6-1 over Fernanda Lagunas-Cheyanne Stopol (WR). 2—Autumn Fluetsch-Grace Cherp (CS) by default.

     · Mixed doubles: 1—Andrew Pearson-Haley Cutler (WR) 6-0, 6-0 over Reed Roudabush-Jolie Blair (CS). 2—Clay Cutler-Manuela Cortina-Otero (WR) 6-3, 6-3 over Nick Wright-Isabelle Caraluzzi (CS).




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