Middle School Boys Tennis
The middle school tennis Warriors completed an undefeated conference season with a 5-4 come-from-behind victory over Cary Academy Tuesday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. The match was suspended by rain three weeks ago and the Warriors trailed 4-2 after singles. Tuesday, they pulled off a three-match sweep in doubles to storm back for the win. “We came through when we needed to,” said coach Emily Nelson, whose team is 7-0 in conference and 7-3 overall. “I’m proud that we finished unbeaten in the league and get to stay home for the tournament as the top seed.” Jacob Suh (8-3) and Jackson Moore (8-5) won singles. Jude English/Walker Coley (8-0), and Fletcher Steele/Jackson Rouser (8-2) tied the match with their doubles victories, then Suh andMoore wrapped it up with an 8-3 decision.
The middle school boys tennis Warriors pulled out a 5-4 victory over Cary Christian at Godbold Park in Cary Tuesday. St. David’s remains undefeated in conference play at 6-0 and are 6-2 overall. The teams split the six singles matches, but the Warriors took two out of three in doubles to win the match. “Jacob Suh, Jackson Moore, Jack Anders and Noah Suh were outstanding for us in doubles,” said coach Emily Nelson. “Cary Christian competed hard, but we managed to win. I’m really proud of our team.” Jacob Suh (8-2), Noah Suh (8-3) and Jack Anders (8-3) won singles, while J.Suh/Moore (8-2) and N. Suh/Anders (8-6) took doubles.
The middle school boys tennis team opened the season with an 8-1 victory over St. Timothy’s Tuesday at the Millbrook Exchange Courts. The Warriors swept singles behind Noah Suh (8-2), Jack Anders (8-0), Charlie Moses (8-2) Sambo Bratton (8-1), Jackson Moore (8-6) and Jackson Rouser (8-0). Suh/Anders (8-5) and Walker Coley/Jude English won doubles. “This was a great start to our season,” said coach Emily Nelson. “We served well, had some great rallies and hit a lot of winners.