Pleasant Grove defeat Sulphur Springs
SULPHUR SPRINGS, Texas— Pleasant Grove’s varsity tennis team defeated Sulphur Springs, 12-8.
Winners for the Hawks in boys’ singles included Wes Humphrey, Palmer Duke and Lance Taylor.
Shannon Lee, Caroline Joyce, Gracia Higgins, Jisu Choi, Allie Ryan, and Tiffany Hoang were winners for the Lady Hawks in singles competition.
Boys’ doubles winners for the Hawks were Adam Bone/Ross Wyles.
Joyce/Higgins and Lee/Choi won their girls’ doubles match for Pleasant Grove.
Hawks defeat MP
MOUNT PLEASANT, Texas—After their victory over Sulphur Springs, Pleasant Grove’s varsity tennis traveled to Mount Pleasant and defeated the Tigers, 15-8.
Winners for the Hawks in boys’ singles included Clark Giles, George Douglas, Palmer Duke and Lance Taylor.
Shannon Lee, Caroline Joyce, Gracia Higgins, Jisu Choi, Allie Ryan, Tiffany Hoang, and Amy Lam were winners for the Lady Hawks in singles competition.
Boys’ doubles winners for the Hawks were Giles/Palmer.
Joyce/Higgins, Lee/Choi, and Ryan/ Houng each won their girls’ doubles match for Pleasant Grove.
Texas High wins again
TYLER, Texas—Texas High’s varsity tennis team played Ennis and Lindale and won, 10-7 and 10-1, respectively.
Quinn Sanders, Alec Rommel, and Jebin Justin each won at least one match in boys’ singles for the Tigers.
Janie Rounds, Tirzah Bailey, Reagan Potts, and Mallari McClaran each won at least one match for the Lady Tigers.
The Tigers’ Sanders/Walker Trippe, Griffin Johnson/Rommel and Justin/ Rhett Young each won their boys’ doubles match against Lindale. Sanders/Trippe also won against Ennis.
Bailey/Rounds, Cayli Clack/Potts, and McClaran/Whitehorn each won their girls’ doubles match for Texas High against Lindale. Bailey/Rounds and Potts/Clack also won against Ennis.
Connor Elliot and McClaran won their mixed doubles match for the Tigers against Ennis.
The Tigers (7-0) host Sulphur Springs on Tuesday.
Hogs finish fourth
JONESBORO, Ark.—Ethan Eppinette shot a 1-under 70 to help lead Arkansas High to fourth place at the Jonesboro Country Club.
Eppinette finished runner-up medalist for the Hogs.
“Our boys played well, and I was proud of all of them,” Arkansas High head coach Charlie Bateman said.
Mason May carded an 82, Dylan Adcock scored an 83, Reece Jones shot an 84, and Cody Adcock had a 1-6 for the Hogs.
Arkansas High takes on El Dorado at Mystic Creek on Thursday.
PG 8th wins tourney
Lucy Woodman slapped in eight service points as Pleasant Grove’s 8th grade team were crowned the champions with a 25-14, 25-22 win over Redwater in the finals at the Texas Middle School volleyball tournament.
Woodman and Lexi Snyder each had seven service points for the Lady Hawks in a 25-10, 25-20 win over Red Lick in the semifinals.
Hallie Lipham paced Pleasant Grove with 11 service winners in a 25-13, 25-8 win over Atlanta.
Ann Elise Lindsay and Izzy Daniels each served in eight points to lead Red Lick’s 8th grade over Texas Middle School, 21-25, 25-22, 15-11. The Lady Mustangs took home third place.
Daniels served in 16 winners to pace Red Lick over Avery, 25-15, 25-12.
Caroline Knowles had 16 service points, but the Mustangs’ 7th A team fell to Hooks, 19-25, 25-16, 16-14.
Molly Black served in 10 points, but Red Lick’s 7th lost to TMS, 25-13, 23-25, 15-10.
New Boston, Avery win JV tournament
OMAHA-NAPLES, Texas—New Boston defeated Redwater, 25-16, 14-25, 28-26, to win the junior varsity blue Paul Pewitt volleyball tournament.
Avery rolled past Daingerfield, 25-12, 25-10, to win the junior varsity gray tournament.
Atlanta was third place in the gray tournament, while Paul Pewitt earned third in the blue tournament.