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Lady Cavs net win over Lady Pioneer tennis
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The Warren County High School girls tennis team found out Tuesday why the Cookeville Lady Cavaliers are favored to win their third straight District 6-AAA title this season.Cookeville beat the Lady Pioneers 8-1, handing Warren County its first district loss this season in a match that switched locations at the last minute.Warren County was set to play host to its first home match at McMinnville Civic Center Tuesday, but the courts are currently being resurfaced and the match had to be moved to Cookeville.The Lady Cavaliers looked comfortable on their home court, winning five of six singles matches and sweeping three doubles contests.The lone winner for coach David Dunlap’s team was freshman Tomomi Yago.Yago defeated Carley Roland 8-5 in singles play, but the rest of the Lady Pioneers didn’t fare as well.Susie Brown lost the No. 1 singles match 8-4 to Emily Qualls, while Peyton Baker was beaten 8-3 in the No. 2 match.Elizabeth Oxley was defeated in extra games 9-7 in her singles match, while Tanisha Ramirez lost 8-2 and Arenda Kiser fell 8-5.Brown and Baker gave a great effort in the No.