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STC Girls Tennis grabs fourth place at WaMaC Meet

May 18, 2018
By Coach Steve Bearden , Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

The 2018 WaMaC Conference Girls Tennis Meet at Maquoketa turned out to be a two-day affair with nine days between competitions. The Trojans traveled 113 miles on May 1 to play for an hour before the rain stopped play. The team set off once again on May 10 at 5:45 AM to complete the conference meet. Despite the unusual circumstances, South Tama garnered a fourth place finish and earned one medal. The Trojans trailed only Western Dubuque, Independence, and Marion in the team race. STC finished just two points out of third place.

Senior Bri Nelson placed fourth in the WaMaC at #1 Singles. She defeated Kaci Varner of Maquoketa in the quarterfinals by a score of 8-1. Nelson fell to the #2 Seeded Rachel Ormord of Western Dubuque 0-8 in the semifinals. In the third place match, Nelson dropped a 0-8 decision to Calista Dittmer of Marion.

Abbie Morgan scored a popular upset in the quarterfinal round when she defeated Independence's Kylie Coonrad 9-7 at #2 Singles. In the semi-final round, Morgan was defeated by the #1 Seed Sammy Kruse of Western Dubuque. The talented player from South Tama placed third in the WaMaC when she downed Mia Combs of Maquoketa 8-0.

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The STC girls tennis team snaps a team photo at their WaMaC Conference meet on Thursday, May 10. Above are Hope Werner, Abbie Morgan, Zoee Buffalo, Anna Glendy, Coach Steve Bearden, Bri Nelson and Abby Buffalo.
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Junior Zoee Buffalo finished in fifth place at #3 Singles. Heidi Lau of Independence defeated Buffalo 8-3 in the quarterfinals. Buffalo bounced back to defeat Maquoketa's Natasha Samson 8-6 in the consolation round.

South Tama's Anna Glendy lost a close match to Laurel Sherman of Mount Vernon in the quarterfinal round at #4 Singles by a score of 6-8. Glendy defeated Camryn Berg of Maquoketa 8-2 to finish in fifth place.

Abby Buffalo represented STC at #5 Singles. She was defeated by Marion's Sammy Garbers by a score of 3-8 in the quarterfinal round. Buffalo finished fifth after defeating Emily Hendrickson of Maquoketa by a score of 8-1.

Hope Werner's strong play has earned her a spot on the varsity level in recent weeks. She made the most of her opportunity at #6 Singles. In the quarterfinals, Werner defeated Abi Barnes of Maquoketa 8-1 to move to the semifinals. Werner's fine play continued as she upset the second seeded Sierra Cochran of Marion by a score of 8-3. Marina Meyer of Independence lived up to her #1 Seed when she defeated Werner 8-1 in the finals. Werner received a runner-up medal for her solid play.

South Tama has relied on success in doubles throughout the season. The Trojans continued that success on the court at the 2018 WaMaC Conference Meet. Bri Nelson/Abbie Morgan represented STC at #1 Doubles. In quarterfinal action, Nelson/Morgan downed Mount Vernon's Megan Zobac/Sophie Klotzbach by a score of 8-3. Independence's Abby Davis/Heidi Lau, the #2 seed, withstood the power of Nelson/Morgan to nab an 8-4 win in the semi-finals. In the third place match, Nelson/Morgan defeated Marion's Calita Dittmer/Cayla Attwood 8-6 in a hard fought match.

Zoee Buffalo/Anna Glendy grabbed a quarterfinal win over Mount Vernon's Grace McCollum /Erin Fencl by a score of 8-2. The #2 Seed, Megan Brock/Marina Meyer proved too tough for the Trojans as they fell 0-8. Buffalo/Glendy defeated Marion's Megan Kongable/Katie Heman by a score of 8-5 to place third.

In #3 Doubles action, Abby Buffalo/Hope Werner placed fifth. The duo from STC dropped a match to Mount Vernon's Lauren McCollum/Laurel Sherman 2-8 in the quarterfinals. An 8-0 win over Maquoketa's Abi Barnes/Emily Henrickson earned Buffalo/Werner the fifth place finish.

 
 

 

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