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Lady Pioneers win again
WCHS girls tennis team keeps undefeated season
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The Warren County High School girls tennis team took a big step toward clinching the District 6-AAA title Monday with a win in Coffee County.
The Lady Pioneers defeated the Lady Raiders 7-2, moving to 9-0 this season and winning their fifth match against a district opponent.
Warren County defeated Coffee County March 21 at home and the Lady Pioneers completed the sweep Monday.
Warren County won five singles matches and took 2-of-3 sets in doubles to keep its undefeated season alive.
The Lady Pioneers dropped the first set of the day as Susie Brown and Allison Brock were defeated 8-6 in doubles by Hollie Moore and Maddie Taylor. Tomomi Yago and Katie Phillips evened the match with an 8-3 win in No. 2 doubles, then Kendal Smith and Maeghan Bates gave Warren County the lead with an 8-2 victory.
Brown bounced back to win 8-0 over Moore in No. 1 singles, moving her season record to 8-1 in singles this season. Senior Peyton Baker, who missed the doubles match, arrived in time to defeat Olivia Watkins 8-0 in the No. 2 singles set.
Yago clinched the match with her 8-2 victory over Keyonna Wilder in the No. 3 singles, but the Lady Pioneers would go on to claim two more wins as Phillips and Smith also won their singles set.
Since the start of the season, coach David Dunlap has been hopeful his Lady Pioneers would be successful. As the wins keep coming, coach Dunlap sees the confidence growing.
“We’re riding a wave of momentum right now,” said Dunlap. “The girls are playing really well.”
The Lady Pioneers had a chance to clinch the District 6-AAA title with a win Tuesday in White County.
Warren County is scheduled to play again Thursday in a 3:30 p.m. home match against Webb.