Sports

May 6, 2013

Middle School: CHS netters split

The Christian Heritage Middle School girls tennis team swept past Berean on Thursday and the boys and girls split matches with Collegedale Academy on April 29.

For the girls in the 9-0 win over Berean at Lakeshore Park, the Lady Lions (6-3) took singles wins from No. 1 Beyonce Robinson, 8-0, No. 2 Marlee Ellis, 8-0, No. 3 Sydney McEntire, 8-0, No. 4 Elizabeth Dean, 8-6, No. 5 Morgan Branam, 8-5, No. 6 Julia Johnson, 8-1, and doubles wins from No. 1 Robinson and McEntire, 8-2, No. 2 Ellis and Dean, 8-0, and No. 3 Branam and Johnson, 8-4.

The Lions (9-0) won 6-3 over Collegedale at Dalton Golf and Country Club with singles wins from No. 2 Cal Paige, 8-4, No. 3 Heath Hardaway, 8-2, No. 4 Drake Sanders, 8-2, and doubles wins from No. 1 Patrick Hurney and Paige, 8-4, and Hardaway and Sanders, 8-3. The Lady Lions fell to Collegedale 6-3, taking singles wins from No. 2 Ellis, 8-2, and No. 4 Dean, 8-2, and a doubles win from No. 2 Eliis and Dean, 8-3.

Area middle school results are published each Monday and Thursday in The Daily Citizen. Coaches should send results to sports@daltoncitizen.com, with the final score, outstanding performers, team’s win-loss record and date and location of the competition included in the report.

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