BOYS TENNIS ROUNDUP: Red Devils Braves Hand 1st Loss | sports

JEFFERSONVILLE – Hosts Jeffersonville handed Borden his first loss of the season, beating the visiting Braves 3-2 on Saturday.

Jaden Wells led the way for the Red Devils with a 5-7, 6-4, 6-1 win over AJ Agnew in the number 1 singles. At number 3, Matthew Lowe defeated Kylan Nash 6-2, 6-3, while Reggie Ellis and Hayden Boseker defeated Kasym Nash and Branson Wagoner 6-2, 6-2 in number 1 doubles.

The Braves won one point in singles and one in doubles. In singles number 2, Judd Missi defeated Teddy Burnette 6-0, 7-5, while Zander Keith and Will Banet were victorious 6-7 (6-8), 6-4, 6-3 in doubles number 2. .

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JEFFERSONVILLE 3, BORDEN 2

Songs: Jaden Wells (J) d. AJ Agnew 5-7, 6-4, 6-1; Judd Missi (B) d. Teddy Burnette 6-0, 7-5; Matthew Lowe (J) d. Kylan Nash 6-2, 6-3.

Doubles: Reggie Ellis-Hayden Boseker (J) d. Kasym Nash-Branson Wagoner 6-2, 6-2; Zander Keith-Will Banet (B) d. Conner Scofined-Ryan Crawford 6-7 (6-8), 6-4, 6-3.

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HORNETS TIE FOR 5TH

SCOTTSBURG – Henryville tied for fifth while Clarksville took seventh at the Scottsburg Invitational, which ended on Saturday.

Southwestern, who won the 2nd singles and 2nd doubles titles, won the eight-team event with 43 points. Salem was second with 32, while Austin was third with 30. Brownstown finished fourth with 22, while the Hornets and host Warriors each had 14 – one more than the generals.

Jalen Reyer of Clarksville was the runner-up at number 3 singles.

PIONEERS GO 2-1

COLUMBUS – Providence went 2-1 in Saturday’s Columbus East Invitational.

The Pioneers nullified the Olympic hosts 5-0 and defeated Trinity Lutheran 4-1, but the 29th-ranked Evansville Memorial knocked them out 5-0.

For Providence on the day, Alex Kemp (No. 1 singles), Jacob Kaiser (No. 2 singles), Luke Banet (No. 3 singles), as well as Harrison Folz and Tyler Barnett (No. 2 doubles), were 2-1.

“The funny thing about Saturday, our best tennis was played in our loss to Evansville Memorial,” said Pioneers coach Scott Gurgol. “They were more talented than us, but we fought a lot. Five of the 10 sets played were only lost by a single serve break. If we can follow up this effort with a strong performance on Monday, I believe we are ready for the post-season. season.”

FLOYD GOES 0-2

Floyd Central went 0-2 over the weekend against a pair of ranked enemies.

The seventh ranked Center Grove defeated No. 15 Highlanders 4-1 on Friday, while No. 6 Columbus North defeated Floyd 4-1 on Saturday.

Against the Trojans, Preston Bickel (3rd in singles) took the Highlanders’ only victory, while Riley Doddridge (2nd in singles) did so against the Bull Dogs.

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