Brandywine second at Bobcat Invitational

Brandywine’s Alyssa Bolen teamed with Rachael Szilagyi to win the No. 1 doubles flight Saturday. (Leader photo/KELLY SWEENEY)

Brandywine’s Alyssa Bolen teamed with Rachael Szilagyi to win the No. 1 doubles flight Saturday. (Leader photo/KELLY SWEENEY)

The Brandywine tennis team finished second at its own Bobcat Invitational at Plym Park Saturday.

LaLumiere of LaPorte, Indiana, won the team championship with 31 points. The Bobcats were second with 25 points and South Haven third with 12. Constantine finished fourth with 11 points.

LaLumiere swept the singles flights and won three of the four doubles flights.

Rachael Szilagyi and Alyssa Bolen were the lone flight championship for Brandywine as they captured the title at No. 1 doubles.

The Bobcats finished second in all four singles flights and three of the four doubles flights.

 

Niles tennis

ST. JOSEPH — Visiting Niles did not win a game in the singles flights as St. Joseph posted an 8-0 win in SMAC West tennis Thursday.

The Vikings did not fare much better in doubles as the Bears dropped just 10 games.

 

BOBCAT INVITATIONAL

At Plym Park

Team Scores

1. Lalumiere 31; 2. Brandywine 25; 3. South Haven 12; 4. Constantine 11.

 

Flight champions

Singles

1. Natalie McGuckin (L);

2. Elizabeth McGuckin (L); 3. Tally Wolfe (L); 4. Jenny Xue (L).

 

Doubles

1. Rachael Szilagyi-Alyssa Bolens (B); 2. Rachael Yemal-Megan Jelires (L); 3. Karalyn Knight-Cassidy Rehrer (L); 4. Megan Gillen-Jayden Mough (L).

 

Runners-up

Singles

1. Shaylee Smith (BW); 2. Emily Erwin (BW); 3. Rachel Riffel (BW); 4. Elizabeth Hartz (BW).

 

Doubles

1. Begon Gormar-Mary Adam (L); 2. Libby Moody-Shelby Fortune (BW); 3. Hanna Martin-Olivia Thomas (BW); 4. Ava Moody-Destiny Patrolia (BW).

 

ST. JOSEPH 8, NILES 0

At St. Joseph

Singles

1. Ashley Ke (SJ) d. Natelie Swailes 6-0, 6-0; 2. Sahana Reddy (SJ) d. Suzanne Bororcova 6-0, 6-0; 3. Seneca Masterson (SJ) d. Nevada Rodriguez 6-0, 6-0; 4. Alaina Riedel (SJ) d. Abby Schlutt 6-0, 6-0.

 

Doubles

1. Maggie Segrave-Cailey Rooker (SJ) d. Hannah David-Jessica Akey 6-1, 6-3; 2. Erica Heathcote-Abbey Filippo (SJ) d. Amanda Chaffin-Julia Kolsen 6-1, 5-2 (retired); 3. Heather Roney-Haley Rich (SJ) d. Taylor Hibberd-Hannah Hill 6-3, 6-0; 4. Jenna Heckathorn-Claire Dine (SJ) d. Brooke Sinner-Karla Espinoza 6-0, 6-0.

 

 

 

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