Titan netters secure dual victories

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Posted: Friday, April 11, 2014 12:00 am

Papillion-La Vista South earned a pair of dual victories on the tennis court recently.

The Titans stopped Millard South 6-3 last week before blanking Omaha Northwest 9-0 Monday.

Greta Ehrhorn, Bailee Jensen and Maddie Bongle earned singles wins against Millard South before the Titans swept doubles actions. Wins came courtesy of Jensen/Carlee Ellis, Carly Bindl/Bongle and Madi Nissen/Morgan Parriott.

Ehrhorn, Jensen, Ellis, Bindl, Bongle and Abi Hasen rolled to singles wins against Northwest.

In a match-up of two of the top teams in the state, Papillion-La Vista edged Lincoln Southwest 5-4 Monday afternoon in Lincoln.

Emma Neil earned a tiebreak victory for the Monarchs at No. 1 singles while teammates Claire Neil, Spencer Roach and Clara Dargy also added singles victories.

Papio clinched the victory when Claire Neil and Roach teamed up for a victory at No. 1 doubles.

Bellevue East posted an 8-1 triumph over Omaha North March 31. Sarah Sindelar, Allyah Rayyan, Lauren Hull, Brenna Schmader and Maiahn Nguyen all won singles matches for East.

Doubles triumphs came from Rayyan/Mariah Metz, Sindelar/Hull and Schmader/Sarah Kerby.

Ralston blanked Nebraska City 9-0 in its lone dual match.

The Rams got singles victories from Jennifer Anderson, Anna Flairty, Kaeli Sedlak-O’Connor, Peyton Skiles, Maggie Lo and Hope Schreiner.

On the doubles side, wins came from Anderson/Siedlik, Flairty/Skiles and Schreiner/Lo.

Gretna slipped past Gross 7-2 in a dual meet April 1 at Dewey Park.

Singles winners for Gretna were Maddie Hubka, Jamie Zeeck, Elizabeth Isaacson, Katherine Bonn and Brooke Smith.

Winners for Gross were unavailable.

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