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Tennis gets ready for districts


In the past week the Raider Tennis team finished its regular season and competed in the first post-season tourney.

At the Lake Roosevelt High School tennis courts May 13, the regular season came to an end with a match against the Entiat Tigers.

Entiat swept the Raider boys and narrowly defeated the Raider girls.

Daniel Campobasso forced a tiebreaker set in his match against Alberto Quezada. Brandin Smith’s match against Orfil Olmos also went into a tiebreaker. Smith, Head Coach Steve Archer said, “lost the first set in a close tie-breaker, and the second set was knotted up at 5-5, but he dropped two games in a row for the loss.”

On the girls side, both Raider doubles teams defeated their Tiger opponents. Holly Carriere and Areielle White defeated Lisa Ayala and Taylor Southard 6-2, 6-4. Harmony Witten and Tanya Ang defeated Haylie Davis and Ava Giacomazzi 6-2, 6-3.

In singles action, Mary Clark competed hard in the first set and Riley Stout came back in the second set of her match against Brienna Cardens. Cardens held off Stout to win the match 6-1, 7-5.

The Raiders played in the Central Washington B League Tournament May 17 at Ephrata High School, where the top three singles and doubles teams advanced to District 6 A/B at Cashmere and Cascade High Schools this week.

Daniel Campobasso and the doubles team of Holly Jo Carriere and Areielle White finished the day third and will move on to district play.

Coach Archer said the match of the day belonged to the Witten-Ang doubles team. After winning their first round match, they faced a White Swan duo as underdogs but stunned the crowd, winning the first set by determined play. In the second, White Swan recovered from the shock and won.

The LR duo came from behind in the third to force a tiebreaker set, but lost 8-6.

Last night Campobasso, White, and Carriere competed at Cashmere against the number-two seeds from the Caribou Trail League. If they won they will return to Cashmere on Saturday to compete at 9:30 a.m. for a State A/B Tennis berth.

vs Entiat

Boys lost 5-0, girls lost 3-2

Boys singles

Dan Campobasso lost to Alberto Quezada 6-3, 7-6(7-1)

Brandin Smith lost to Orfil Olmos 7-6 (7-5, 6-4

Isaiah Baty lost to Kirston Tran 6-4, 6-4

Boys doubles

Edmund Fenton/Tyler Agosto lost to Noe Quezada/Kyle Montgomery 6-0, 6-1

Jordan Charles/Corban Wilder lost to Ali Arias/Wade Filbeck 6-1, 6-3

JV: Quincy Williams lost to Wade Filbeck 8-1

Girls singles

Hannah Williams lost to Alexis Swearington 6-0, 6-0

Mary Clark lost to Ana Spencer 6-3, 6-0

Riley Stout lost to Brienna Cardens 6-1, 7-5

Girls doubles

Holly Carriere/Areielle White defeated Lisa Ayala/Taylor Southard 6-2, 6-4

Harmony Witten/Tanya Ang defeated Haylie Davis/Ava Giacomazzi 6-2, 6-3

At League Tournament in Ephrata

Boys Singles

Dan Campobasso - seeded number 2

First round - bye

Second round - defeated Taylor Doucette from Pateros 6-1, 6-0

Third round - lost to Alberto Quesada from Entiat, 3-6, 6-1, 6-0

Fourth round - defeated Jorge Caballero from Pateros 6-4, 6-1

Brandin Smith

First round - lost to Orfil Olmos from Entiat, 8-5

Girls Doubles

Areielle White/Holly Carriere - seeded number 2

First round - bye

Second round - defeated Maria A Anguiano/Maria M Anguiano, 6-2, 6-3

Third - lost to Beatriz Morles/Chelsea Rios from Pateros 6-3, 6-2

Fourth round defeated Taylor Southard/Lisa Ayala from Entiat, 6-4,6-2

Harmony Witten/Tanya Ang

First Round - defeated Iris Easter/Julia Karkaainen from Pateros, 8-6

Second round Lost to Calista Spoonhunter/Luz Gutierrez from White Swan, 2-6, 6-3, 7-6(8-6)

Boys Doubles

Tyler Agosto/ Edmund Fenton

First round - bye

Second round - lost to Enrique Rojos/Armando Rojas from Pateros, 6-1, 6-1

Corban Wilder/Jordan Charles

First round - lost to White Swan Kaige Zaglow/Ray Cheney, 8-3

Girls Singles

Hannah Williams

First round - lost to Pateros, Ireland Looper, 8-1

Mary Clark

First round - lost to Alexis Swearingen from Entiat

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