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1CHENEY FREE PRESS Thursday, May 14, 2015 SECTION 2 SPORTS Cheney girls tennis fini second in G t Northern League Calvert remains undefeated, seven seniors honored By AL STOVER over the Greyhounds' Staff Reporter Jackie McAleer (6-0, 6- The Cheney High girls' 1). Calvert was the only tennis team wrapped up Cheney player to score their regular season on a a victory in the May 5 high note with a 4-3 win match against Clarkston. against Pullman, May 7. Katelynn Smedley, The Blackhawks ended No. 1 singles, defeated the year with a 6-2 Great Pullman, s Maddie Kasi- Northern League record, manickam (6-3, 6-1). 10-4 overall, and a sec- Grace PohI defeat- ond-place finish in the ed Pullman's Priscilla league standings. Prior to Chiang (6-4, 6-0). Emily the Pullman win, Cheney Howard, No. 4 singles, lost 6-1 to Clarkston, May came back from a one- 5. game deficit to defeat the The Blackhawks' Greyhounds' Jagjeet Gill swept the Greyhounds (2-6, 6-2, 6-3). in singles play while Before the match, sev- all three of Pullman's en seniors were honored doubles teams defeated for Senior Day: Smedley, Cheney's. Pohl, Kaitlyn Sweeney, Bridget Calvert, No. 2 Leanna Eik, Rachel Han- singles, capped her unde- sen, Sarah Fillmore and feated season - in both Linsay Sweitzer. league and nonleague In addition to Cal- competition - with a win vert's run at singles, head Photo by Al Stover Katelynn Smedley (center) gives the team a pep talk before their May 7 match against Pullman. coach Jason Overland us a lot this season,""This was four years versity in Pullman to attributes the team's suc- Overland said. of my life, but I'm ready compete in GNL districts, cess to the seniors who For Smedley, her finalto start playing tennis in May 15-16. have led the team. match on the Cheney college," Smedley said. Al Stovercan be reached "Their experience is court was both exciting Cheney travels to at al@cheneyfreepress. something' that's helped and sad. Washington State Uni- com. continued from page 1 man's Duncan Mitchell Huguenin and Kauwe played clutch," Erickson (6-4, 6-0). defeated Pullman's Sean said. "It's been a miracle won his match againstAnd like the dual Berrington and Charles season for us, every- the Greyhounds" Pea two days before, the Pazeshki (6-2, 7-6). thing just went right. ter Chen (6-2, 6-3) and match came down to "Under tight condi- To be league champs is Gould defeated Pull- No. 3 doubles where tions, Luke and Jordan awesome." L tennis continued from page 1 and got a solid win, butthe Eliassen added, at No. 3 doubles. Kriv- secondset, he struggled to "This was a very solid olavy also won 6-0, 6-0 Thursday's sweep offind his groove." showing from Kason at No. 2 singles. Riverside was hardly in Brown and Farmen and Alex; they just "The boys have doubt as in all but one won 6-1, 6-3 in No. ldou- over-powered and out reached one of their match Cardinal players bles, Bailey and Alex Ned- played the Riverside goals for this season swept their opponents, er topped their opponents team." by winning the league Ray won a pair of 6-0 vic- 6-1, 6-1 while Nilles, this It was doubles playtitle," Wesselman said. toriesatNo.lsingleswhile time teamed with Nikolaj versus Deer Park that"They know that this Krivolavy picked up the Beuchert, scored an easy swung the match as isn't where they want to win at No. 2, 6-1, 4-6, 6-3. 6-1, 6-0 sweep at No. 3 Brown and Farmen won stop, but this is a huge ..... Tyler played atough' doubles. ........ at No. 1, 6-2, 7-5, Bailey accomplishment." ,competitor this matchT' "This was a good win and Neder cruised to a Pa u l D e I a n e y Eliassen said of the No. 2 for our No. 1 doublespair of 6-0 wins withcan be reached at singles win. "He went out team," co head coach Jake Nilles and Beuchert pdelaney@cheneyfreepress. swinging in the first set Wesselman said. earning a default wincom. Od ~flba|l OCS~ On~ t|~e~ TBA~ ~tur~y, May 23, 2A Trick Fdd~ May 15, Chen~y al2A Dlstrict 7 t~ack The Blackhawks end- 15-16. Erickson said the ed their regular season team will have chal- with a 7-11eague record, lenge matches during 12-2 overall. Erickson practice to determine was also named the seeding for districts. GNL boys tennis Coach The Blackhawks took of the Year. fourth in last year's dis- Cheney will travel to triCt championships. Washington State Uni- AIStovercanbereached versify to compete in at al@cheneyfreepress. the GNL Districts, May com. 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