Elk Lake Girls' Tennis Defeats Dunmore
The Elk Lake girls’ tennis team defeated Dunmore, 4-1, on Aug. 26.
Elk Lake swept the two in doubles matches. Meagan Bush and Taylor Watkins defeated Brittany Schessler and Anna Notchick, 6-4, 6-2. Jessica Prevost and Sonya Griffiths defeated Desirae Risse and Casey Ferris, 7-6 (7-2), 6-1.
In singles’ action, Elk Lake’s Lindsay Shingler rallied past Abby Aronica, 5-7, 6-2, 6-2. Lydia Watkins defeated Elizabeth Padula, 6-4, 6-0.
Dunmore’s Maria Notarianni downed Kyleen Sisson, 6-2, 6-2.
On Aug. 30, Riverside handed the Lady Warriors their first loss of the season, 4-1.
Bush and Watkins had Elk Lake’s only win, a 6-4, 6-0 win over Katie Aniska and Tate Jackson in doubles.
Riverside’s Kelsey Williams and Sam Keoonela downed Griffiths and Katie Burke, 6-2, 6-4.
In singles’ play, Liz Cannon defeated Shingler, 6-3, 6-4; Neena Hurley downed Hannah Cave, 6-3, 3-6, 7-6 (7-4), and Liz O’Hearn dropped Sisson, 6-2, 6-1.
On Aug. 26, Elk Lake’s Jeremy Schwarztrauber split with Lackawanna Trail’s Wyatt Cooper in their individual match during an 8.5-0.5 Lions’ victory.
Trail’s Dalton Mecke downed Marshall McCarty, 5-and-3; Don Demerest stopped Ricky Guiton, 1-up; Daniel Richards defeated Adam Phillips, 2-and-1; Matt Lochen dropped Matt Domasiewicz, 3-and-2, and Ricky Kordish defeated Zack Canfield, 2-and-1.
In better-ball play, Mecke and Cooper defeated McCarty and Schwarztrauber, 5-and-3; Demerest and Richards stopped Guiton and Phillips, 1-up, and Lochen and Kordish downed Domasiewicz and Canfield, 2-and-1.
On Aug. 30, Forest City defeated Elk Lake, 6-3.
For the Warriors, Guiton defeated Brian Nebzydoski, 4-and-3. He also joined Phillips to defeat Nebzydoski and Seth Thomas, 1-up in better-ball play. Domasiewicz downed Tyler Butler, 1-up, in individual play.
Forest City’s Vince DeLucy defeated McCarty, 2-up; Sean McCormick stopped Schwarztrauber, 1-up; Thomas downed Phillips, 3-and-2; and Katie Zefran dropped Canfield, 4-and-3.
DeLucy and McCormick downed McCarty and Schwarztrauber, 2-up. Butler and Zefran stopped Domasiewicz and Canfield, 3-and-2.