Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Girls tennis: NECC title goes to Fairfield

Falcons went 8-0 in conference dual matches.
Posted on May 13, 2013 at 1:00 a.m. | Updated on May 13, 2013 at 2:44 p.m.

Fairfield won the Northeast Corner Conference tournament and overall titles Saturday at Lakeland.

The Falcons placed first at No. 1 singles (Emily Mast), No. 2 singles (Lauren Streit), No. 1 doubles (Mary Shipley and Leah Wimmer) and No. 2 doubles (Ashlen Nisley and Margie Stutzman).

Girls Tennis

NECC Championships

(At Lakeland)

Team scores: Fairfield 62, Angola 46, Fremont 33, Westview 32, Lakeland 22, Central Noble 21, West Noble 12, Churubusco 6, Prairie Heights 6.

No.1 Singles: Championship — Emily Mast (Ff) def. Kiersten Quandt (A) 6-0, 6-0. Also — 5th, Charlotte Jones (Wv).

No.2 Singles: Championship — Lauren Streit (Ff) def, Tracy Byrne (A) 6-0, 6-1. Also — 3rd, Miranda Kresse (Wv).

No.3 Singles: Championship — Alyssa Rhoades (A) def. McKenzie Hochstedler (Ff) 6-2, 2-6, 6-0. Also —4th, Megan Steider (Wv).

No.1 Doubles: Championship — Mary Shipley/Leah Wimmer (Ff) def. Kristen Heierman/Kylie Bidlack (A) 7-6 (7-5), 7-5. Also — 3rd, Katelyn Miller/Chanda Strong (Wv).

No.2 Doubles: Championship — Ashlen Nisley/Margie Stutzman (Ff) def. Ashton Taner/Kaileight Folland (Fr) 3-6, 7-5, 6-3. Also — 5th, Tess Zimmerly/Donna Miller.

All-NECC: First team — Mast, Streit, Rhoades, Shipley/Wimmer, Nisley/Stutzman.

Final NECC standings (dual records in parentheses): Fairfield 14 (8-0), Angola 11 (7-1), Westview 9 (6-2), Fremont 8 (5-3), Central Noble 7 (4-4), West Noble 6 (3-5), Lakeland 5 (2-6), Prairie Heights 4 (1-7), Churubusco 3 (0-8).

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