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JV Tennis

Junior Varsity District Tennis Game Report

Date: Monday, April 3rd 2017

Location: Goliad

JV Boys Singles:

Edward Soto received a bye the first round was won his second round semifinal match 8-0 against Goliads M. Maldanado which put him in the finals to play against fellow teammate Jeremiah Fuentes. Jeremiah won his first round match against Issac Gutierrez 8-6. The faceoff in the finals went to Jeremiah Fuentes who won over Soto 8-6. The teammates brought home 1st and 2nd place.

JV Boys Doubles

Connor Favre and Brandon Aguilar beat out Galvan and Pena from Odem in the first round 8-5. They went on to face Cantiboni and Shockley from Goliad where they lost 8-6. Favre and Aguilar then went on to play Gonzales and Gonzales from Taft where they won 8-5 giving them 3rd place

Tres Ortiz and Logen Schanen played Gonzales and Gonzales from Taft in their first round and won 8-1 which put them into the championship where they played Goliads Cantiboni and Shockley and won 8-3 giving Ortiz and Schanen 1st place overall.

JV Girls Doubles

Avea Gonzales and MyKayla Sarate won their first match against Goliads Helmer and Neuvar 8-5. That win put them into the championship round where they faced Goliads other team twin sisters Bluhm and Bluhm where Gonzales and Sarate came out on top winning 8-6 giving them 1st place overall.

JV Mixed Doubles

Ayana Vasquez and Tyler Deleon won their first match against Tafts Lopez and Goben 8-3 but lost to Goliads Martinez and Galineau 8-3. They then faced Perez and Ruiz from Odem and won 8-0 giving them 3rd place.

The brother/sister team of John and Elizabeth Olivarez won their first match against Odems Perez and Ruiz 8-1 which put them into the championship where they faced Martinez and Galineau where the Olivarez’s came out on top winning 8-6 giving them first place.

Overall Standings

Boys Junior Varsity District Champions

Coaches comments: Coach Gonzalez
Every player I have on JV came home with a 1st 2nd or 3rd place medal. I am so proud of my JV team. They practice hard, really take the sport seriously and go into every match ready to compete. I see great things for this Freshman dominated team in the years to come!