Hudson, Wehrenberg take second in doubles action

Guthrie tennis recently held their annual First Capital Bank tournament.

Brooke Powell returns a shot back over the net. The Lady Jays will play in two events this week.

In No.1  singles action, Shawnee Smith won consolation. She lost to Morgan Murphy from Carl Albert in the first round 6-1, 6-0 and then played Kidlee Roark from Stillwater and beat her 6-0, 6-0.  In the consolation finals she beat Marissa Conway of Deer Creek 6-4, 6-1. 

“I was real proud of Shawnee because she had lost to Conway last week in the Ada tournament and this week was able to beat her,” head coach Mary Hudson said.

In other singles action, Krysten Reed playing No. 2 singles placed seventh.

In doubles action, Brooke Powell and Paige Powell placed fourth in No. 1 doubles.  The duo beat Stillwater in the first round in a close three set match.  They won the first set 6-4, lost the second set 4-6 and won the final set 6-4.  They lost to Ada in the second round and Perry for the third place match.

No. 2 Doubles had a similar day, they beat Stillwater in the first round 6-2, 6-2, and then lost to Carl Albert in the second round and Perry in the third round.

Senior Hank Hudson blasts a return in a recent tournament.

For the boys squad, Barrett Porter placed fourth at  No. 1 singles.  He won his first round and then lost to Stillwater in the second round and Deer Creek in the fourth round. 

Seth Vicchio playing in the No. 2 singles placed seventh.

Hank Hudson and Josh Wehrenberg placed second in No. 1 doubles. They defeated Stillwater 6-3, 6-0 in the first round. In the second round they beat Ada 6-4, 6-4.  In the finals they lost to Carl Albert 6-2, 6-0.

Dalton Jones and Dylan Williams playing in No. 2 Doubles and placed seventh.

 Guthrie tennis will participate at Stillwater on Tuesday and back at the Oklahoma City Tennis Center on Thursday for the Texas Tango.


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