A rescheduled match we finally got to play, The Great Falls Central Mustangs were gracious hosts. All played 8 game pro-sets with no-ad scoring.
The boys ran up against quite a challenge, playing two singles players at the top of the C division. One was state champion last year, and the other, who was actually playing #1 singles, had beat him the previous week to become the new #1. Still, both Jackson and Logan played tough until the end. The rest of our boys did well, nearly winning the team match.
The girls had a different result, sweeping the team match, along with two close matches from #1 singles Hanna Stokke and #4 singles Delaney Calhoun. As the roster solidifies before the seeding tournament next weekend hosted by Fergus, it was great to see such strong performances.
Boys results: Mustangs 4 – Panthers 3
- No. 1: Nick Scott, Cen. def. Jackson Thorn, 8-0.
- No. 2: Roger Mai, Cen. def. Logan McCarthy, 8-0.
- No. 3: Eli Vincent, Cen. def. Seth Koltz, 8-1.
- No. 4: Zander Putnam, Cen. def. Jay Liang, 8-2.
- No. 1: Wyatt Walters and Bensen Chu, Cen. def. Conner McCauley and Javan Chisholm, 8-3.
- No. 2: Dawson Brooks and Dalton Mattson, Bel. def. Eli Vincent and Jay Liang, 8-5.
- No. 3: Austin Hargrove and Quinn Gannon, Bel. def. Wang Hongui and Li Weilun, 8-0.
- Doubles: Kaden Jensen and Reece Eller, Bel. def. Wang Hongui and Li Weilun, 8-7(5).
- Singles: Dawson Brooks, Bel. def. Kiernan Treptow, 8-1.
Girls results: Panthers 7 – Mustangs 0
- No. 1: Hanna Stokke, Bel. def. Sam Purpura, 9-7.
- No. 2: Eliza McLaughlin, Bel. def. Bailey Keele, 8-0.
- No. 3: Nicole Anderson, Bel. def. Ellie Walters, 8-3.
- No. 4: Delaney Calhoun, Bel. def. Ali Milkovich, 7-6.
- No. 1: Brooke Gilbertson and Lilly Reddick, Bel. def. Hattie Faugue and Brittne Schumacher, 8-2.
- No. 2: Carrie Sander and Aysha Chidester, Bel. def. Elina Aermiya and Salina Chu, 8-1.
- No. 3: Delanee Hicks and McKenzie Feddes, Bel. def. Ellie Walters and Bailey Keele, 8-3.
- Doubles: Ellie Walters and Brittne Schumacher, Cen. def. Audrey Bernall and Jennifer Martinez, 8-4.