2 years ago

Bringing home medals from the Spearman tournament were the Mixed Doubles Team of Evee Horner and Kade Miller with a third place; Girls Singles Champ Keslea Ford; and Boys Doubles Team Champs Kaison Kirkland and Braedon Stout. Pictured are, left to right, Horner, Ford, Miller, Kirkland and Stout.

The Panhandle High School Tennis Teams competed on March 18-19 in Spearman. Schools represented were Canadian (C), Dalhart (D), Gruver (G), McLean (McL), Miami (M), Palo Duro (PD), Panhandle (Pan.), Perryton (Per.), Spearman (Sp.), Sunray (S), Wellington (W), Wheeler (Wh.) and White Deer (WD).

Girls Singles
Kelsea Ford defeated McDaniel (Per.) 8-6; defeated Grange (WD) 8-3; defeated Vasquez (McL) 6-0, 6-3; and defeated Valenzuela (C) 6-3, 6-0 for Girls Singles Tournament Champion.

Jayci Stokes defeated Gaucin (Wh.) 8-0; lost to Rodriguez (Sp.) 8-9; and lost to McDaniel (Per.) 0-8.

Girls Doubles
Paityn Green/Maci Hicks defeated Chitty/Williams (G) 8-1; lost to Sennions/Kane (W) 2-8; and lost to Urbanczyk/Hicks (Pan.) 7-9.
Becca Urbanczyk/Brooklyn Hicks lost to Dockray/Dockray (C) 2-8; defeated Reichman/Moon (McL) 8-4; and defeated Green/Hicks (Pan.) 9-7.

Boys Singles
Camden Pace lost to McCloy (G) 1-8; and defeated Saavedra (PD) 6-0.

Boys Doubles
Kaison Kirkland/Braedon Stout defeated Lust/Stone (S) 8-1; defeated Bonilla/Riggins (Sp.) 8-0; defeated Black/Butler (Sp.) 8-0; and defeated Harrell/Camacho (Sp.) 7-5, 6-4 for Boys Doubles Tournament Champions.
Luke McCoy/Maddox Reynolds defeated Moore/Beckner (D) 8-5; lost to Hannon/Henderson (McL) 3-8; and lost to Escapita/Gallegos (S) 6-7.

Mixed Doubles
Evee Horner/Kade Miller defeated Miller/Martin (D) 8-6; defeated Grinie/Morris (M) 8-3; defeated Waters/Dominguez (C) 8-3; lost to Hardy/Granillo (Per.) 8-9; and lost to Rivas/Gonzalez (Per.) 3-4, 4-6 for third place.

The District Tennis Tournament is on April 3-4 at Amarillo Tennis Center. The Regional Tennis Tournament is on April 17-18 at Ratliff Stadium in Odessa. The State Tennis Tournament is on May 16-17 in College Station.