User Login    
 + Register
Sports : Barstow sweeps THS girl's tennis in Class 1 quarterfinals
Posted by Tom on 2012/10/15 20:42:40 (253 reads) News by the same author

The Trenton Lady Bulldogs came into their Class 1 state quarterfinal tennis match confident of their play and hopeful of an upset, having defeated St. Pius the Tenth of Kansas City 5-0 on Friday, in the state sectionals. However, the all-around strength of a Barstow team considered by many to be the favorite for the state title was too much for the Lady Bulldogs, who went down 5 matches to zero, ending their 'team' portion of the 2011 season.

The story for Trenton flipped 180 degrees from Friday, with Jaci Tracy, Jessica Tracy, Maria Stevenson, and Megan Sole losing singles matches love-6, love-6. Megan Derry did manage a point in her match with Lexi Shetly, but lost love-6, 1-6.

Barstow moves onto the Class 1 state quarterfinals in Springfield on Friday to take on Kennett, while Trenton ends the season at 15-5. Barstow is now 13-6.

Of note in Monday morning's match was a victory for Trenton, although it did not count in the final team score. Magie Steinhoff was allowed to finish her match with Barstow's Emily Reed and won by a score of 6-3, 6-1, called a "great win for Magie against a very tough team" by Head Coach Abby Gott.

Singles winners for Barstow, in addition to Shetly, were Alenda Faye, Maddie Tadros, Lauren Estes, and Kathryn Lundren, again all by perfect 6-love, 6-love scores.

Monday's Trenton-Barstow tennis match was played at Winnetonka High School in Kansas City, after being postponed by rain on Saturday.

Also of note for Trenton girl's tennis will be an appearance in the individual doubles tournament on Friday in Springfield by seniors Jaci Tracy and Jessica Tracy. They won sectionals at Chillicothe last week to advance to play in Springfield.

Printer Friendly Page Send this Story to a Friend Create a PDF from the article


Other articles
2014/4/18 10:50:00 - Mizzou Begins Search For New Basketball Coach
2014/4/18 10:17:26 - Texting Driver Slams Into Cyclist And Tells Police, 'I Just Don't Care'
2014/4/18 9:33:17 - Trenton Sweeps Team Titles In Thursday's "Relays" at C.F. Russell
2014/4/18 9:30:00 - Fire Damages Home In Trenton
2014/4/18 9:24:33 - Computer Software Problem Causes Error At Grundy County Courthouse
2014/4/18 9:20:15 - Model Train Show Slated For Marceline
2014/4/18 9:18:46 - Trenton Boys Tennis Salvages Third Place At Marshall Tourney
2014/4/18 9:16:34 - Jamesport City Council Meeting Report
2014/4/18 9:14:14 - Missouri Conservation Commission Approves Regulation Changes
2014/4/18 8:50:00 - Haith Interviews For Tulsa Job, Hiring Expected Friday
2014/4/18 8:20:00 - Lawson Clips Trenton For Cameron Golf Championship
2014/4/18 8:10:00 - Mizzou Spring Game Set For Saturday
2014/4/18 8:00:00 - Mizzou Adds 2015 Football Recruit From Georgia
2014/4/18 4:50:00 - Tax Service Sees Increase in Identity Theft This Season
2014/4/18 4:50:00 - Endangered Person Advisory Issued For Jefferson City Girl
2014/4/18 4:44:47 - Missouri Lawmakers Debating Change To Unemployment Benefits
2014/4/18 4:35:08 - VA Hospital Nurse Accused Of Stealing Pain Meds
2014/4/18 4:25:43 - Missouri Lawmakers Pass E-Cigarette Legislation
2014/4/18 4:19:43 - White House Updating Online Privacy Policy
2014/4/18 4:15:39 - Chelsea Clinton Expecting First Child This Fall
2014/4/18 4:11:37 - Suspect Arrested In Kansas City Highway Shootings
2014/4/18 4:09:12 - Livingston County Sheriff Reports More Scams In The Area
2014/4/17 15:35:41 - NCMC Pirates Announce First Recruit For 2014-2015
2014/4/17 10:06:01 - Locations Announced For Drug Take-Back Day
2014/4/17 9:52:56 - Hamilton Teen Injured In Wednesday Morning Accident
2014/4/17 9:50:00 - Two Injured In Accident On I-35
2014/4/17 9:49:57 - Tri-County Board Of Ed Approves Pay Increases
2014/4/17 9:46:28 - TMU Releases Updated Budget Figures
2014/4/17 9:30:00 - Cyber Safety Seminar To Be Held In Trenton Next Month
2014/4/17 7:51:31 - NCMC Lady Pirates Sign Chillicothe's Graves



Bookmark this article at these sites

                   

Advertisement
Click to see original Image in a new window
Listen to KTTN-FM