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 Hurst Wins Match for Netters

 

August 29, 2007 - Knightstown’s varsity tennis team, short on numbers this year, had to forfeit two of the five matches and fell to Union County in their season opener 4-1.

Mike Hurst picked up the lone win for the Panthers in the match, defeating Jesse Isaaca 6-2, 7-5. Nick Dalton lost his singles match to Patrick Caldwell 6-2, 6-2, and the Panthers forfeited the third singles match.

The number one doubles team of Tyler Koons and Mitch Marsischke fell to Justin Felton and Jacob Kind 6-0 and 6-0. KHS forfeited the number two doubles match.

“Mike (Hurst) played a real close match at number singles,” Panther Coach Dave Blower said. “Nick (Dalton) lost in a close match at number two, even through the score does not show it. Most of the games went to duce. Nick just did not win many of those games.”

Blower said the Panther doubles team was simply over-matched by more experience players.

The Panthers were in action last night against Frankton, and travel to Centerville tonight. After traveling to Southwestern on Sep. 4, the team will return home on Sept. 6 to play Greenfield-Central.

 

 

 

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