High school women’s tennis: Hornets are 15-0 in the regular season; conference tournaments are next – Salisbury Post

High school women’s tennis: Hornets are 15-0 in the regular season; upcoming conference tournaments

Posted at 03:21 on Friday, October 7, 2022

According to staff reports

Salisbury wrapped up a 15-0 regular season by beating Wheatmore 9-0 on Thursday.

The Hornets won all 15 games by scores of 9-0.

The Hornets used their standard roster – Millie Wymbs, Abbey Lawson, Kate Burton, Lucy Barr, Cora Wymbs and Meredith Williams.

The Wymbs sisters won in doubles, with Lawson/Barr and Burton/Williams.

Up next for the Hornets, coached by Milton Griffith, is the Central Carolina Conference Tournament.

This event is hosted by Lexington on October 10-11 and will determine regional qualifiers. Players can compete in doubles or singles.

The seeds for the doubles tag team playoffs will be announced on October 17.

The first round of the playoffs is scheduled for October 19,

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Carson finished a strong regular season with a 12-2 record and qualified for the 3A double team state playoffs as the second team in the Piedmont Southern Conference.

Both losses were to SPC champion Lake Norman (17-1, 14-0).

Bree Whittington, Allie Martin, Landyn Kesler, Kayla Cook, Brenna Smith and Valerie Webster make up the Cougars’ standard singles roster.

Whittington/Kesler, Martin/Smith and Cook/Webster are the doubles duos.

The SPC tournament will take place at Les Myers Park in Concord next week to determine regional qualifiers.

The seeds for the doubles tag team playoffs will be announced on October 17.

The first round of the playoffs is scheduled for October 19,

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South Rowan had a strong season and ranked fourth in the SPC with an 8-6 record.

Thylia Burris, Sophie Steedley, Olivia Maynor and Aubri Austin won singles matches in a 6-3 win over East Rowan.

Burris/Steedley and Maynor/Austin won in doubles.

Bella Caraccio and Grace Meckley were the first two seeds for the Raiders.

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East Rowan’s No. 1 player, Audrey Ward, was 11-4 in singles play and was one of the strongest players in SPC.

Ward won a competitive match against South Rowan’s Caraccio. The No. 2 seed East Jaylen Jones also won against South, and Ward and Jones teamed up for a No. 1 victory in doubles.