’Jackets pass Camden’s test
Posted: Friday, March 23, 2012 12:00 pm
Camden put up a good challenge to Greenfield’s win streak.
In the end, though, the Lady Yellowjackets won six of the seven matches to keep the streak alive.
Greenfield improved to 3-0 overall and 2-0 against district opponents with a 6-1 over Camden in girls’ tennis action earlier this week.
The Lady ’Jackets have now won 41 consecutive matches dating back to the 2008 season.
Kendal Cook, Kalee Kesterson and Callie Croom all had two wins on the day.
Cook knocked off Lindsey Wambles 8-6, one of three wins by that score for Greenfield, at the No. 2 seed, while Kesterson downed Cindy Young 8-1 at No. 3. The two then teamed for an 8-6 win over Young and Hannah Thomas at the second doubles spot.
Croom was an 8-4 winner over KT McAlister at the fifth singles spot and joined with Taylor Hatcher for an 8-5 win at the top doubles seed.
Hatcher suffered the only loss for Greenfield, falling 8-3 to Haley Hays at No. 1 in singles.
Lauren Rush posted an 8-6 win over Thomas at the fourth seed.
Greenfield is slated to play at Huntingdon today.
Haley Hays (C) d. Taylor Hatcher (G) 3-8.
Kendal Cook (G) d. Lindsey Wambles (C) 8-6.
Kalee Kesterson (G) d. Cindy Young (C) 8-1.
Lauren Rush (G) d. Hannah Thomas (C) 8-6.
Callie Croom (G) d. KT McAlister (C) 8-4.
Hatcher/Croom (G) d. Hays/Wambles (C) 8-5.
Cook/Kesterson (G) d. Young/Thomas (C) 8-6. Published in The WCP 3.22.12