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Rebels can brag; so can UC ladies

Rebels can brag; so can UC ladies
Union City and Obion Central had to split bragging rights on Monday.
The Rebel tennis team swept the Twisters 7-0. Meanwhile, the Lady Tornadoes bested OC 5-2.
The Lady Rebel tennis team also lost a make-up match to Greenfield by the final tally of 6-0 on Monday.
After Monday’s play, the UC boys are 5-4 on the season, while their female counterparts are 5-6. The OC girls sport a 1-7 record, while their male teammates are 4-1 on the campaign.
Today’s tennis slate has Central and Union City as adversaries once again at 4.
Three of Monday’s boys’ matches could have gone either way, but OC prevailed in each.
Top Rebel Carson Castellaw edged Will Regan 8-6 and OC’s Gordon Davidson slimly downed Jacob Triplett 9-7.
Doubles play had a close match, too, as Castellaw and D.J. Higgins slipped past Julio Fuentes and Jackson Donnell in a 9-7 decision.
Other boys’ play had Higgins, Central’s second seed, as an 8-3 winner over Cameron Graham. Rebel No. 2 seed T.J. Riddle defeated Fuentes 8-5 and Levi Bell bested Jackson Donnell 8-3.
Bell also teamed with Davidson for an 8-4 doubling of John Harpole and Triplett.
On the girls’ side, top Twister Mary Elizabeth Harpole and second seed Anna Moore blanked their respective OC opposition (8-0) of Samantha Scott and Kacee Sanders.
Union City No. 3 seed Elizabeth Fuller prevailed in a 10-9 battle with Kacee Warren, while Gracie Frankum downed Allison Reddin 8-1.
In the battle of fifth seeds, Central’s Marissa Howard edged Tara Elam 8-6.
Girls’ doubles play had Scott and Warren 8-6 victors over Fuller and Calla Ziegler. Frankum and Elam slipped past Reddin and Lindsay Castellaw (8-7).
Against Greenfield, Howard came the closest to triumph in an 8-3 loss to Emily Porter. Top Lady Yellowjacket Katie McCall blanked Scott 8-0, while Mallory Robinson shut out Sanders and Meagan Porter got a like result against Reddin.
Greenfield’s No. 5 seed Hannah Mosley prevailed (6-1) over Katonia Ervin.
McCall and Haley Perkins combined to defeat Scott and Warren by a 6-0 final in doubles play.

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