October 3, 2013 - 9:59 pm
Brett Willis rallied from a 5-2 deficit in the final regulation set Thursday to force a team tiebreaker and give Silverado’s boys tennis team a 10-9 win over visiting Rancho to earn the Northeast League’s final postseason spot.
Willis won the final set 7-6. The teams then split their six tiebreaker games, but the Skyhawks outscored the Rams, 32-26 to earn the victory.
Willis was 2-1 in singles, and Jacob Van Laeken and Lawson Borla went 2-0 in doubles for Silverado.
Andy Gamboa was 3-0 in singles, and Jacob Egan went 2-1 in singles for Rancho.
Basic 10, Foothill 8 — At Basic, Logan Green and Trever Berg went 2-0 in doubles to help the Wolves nip the Falcons.
Thomas Romero finished 2-1 in singles for Basic.
Percival Luz and Jeron Bodin were 3-0 in doubles for Foothill.
Del Sol 10, Eldorado 8 — At Eldorado, the doubles teams of Mike DeLeon and Nick Trujillo, and Jonathan Hart and Alex Walker each went 3-0 to lead the Dragons past the Sundevils.
Trevor Swain and Jacob Sedillo each went 3-0 in singles for Eldorado.
Faith Lutheran 10, The Meadows 6 — At The Meadows, Joey Ritorto, Mario Stadtlander and Jack Stevens each went 2-1 in singles as the Crusaders downed the Mustangs in a match that was halted in the third round due to darkness.
Ryan Warner and Brandon Brighi were 2-1 in doubles for Faith Lutheran.
Kevin Chau went 2-1 in singles, and Peter Sklamberg and Parker Brown went 2-1 in doubles for The Meadows.
Las Vegas 11, Valley 7 — At Valley, Evan Kindard and Shayne Marquez were 3-0 in doubles as the Wildcats topped the Vikings.
Valley’s David Delaney was 3-0 in singles.
Spring Valley 12, Shadow Ridge 6 — At Spring Valley, the doubles teams of Alex Tasaka and Eric Clark, and Kenny Tran and Davis Tran each went 3-0 to lead the Grizzlies past the Mustangs.
Shadow Ridge’s Chaison Lundquist was 3-0 in singles.
Durango 13, Sierra Vista 5 — At Durango, the doubles teams of Christian Pascua and Sergio Fernandez, and Jonathan Dai and Matthew Ang both went 3-0 to power the Trailblazers past the Mountain Lions.
Kayvaan Adrangi was 3-0 in singles to lead Sierra Vista.
Coronado 17, Liberty 1 — At Liberty, Aaron Egbert and Michael Boyd finished 3-0 in doubles as the Cougars routed the Patriots.
Palo Verde 15, Arbor View 3 — At Arbor View, Ethan Ballard was 2-0 in singles to lead the visiting Panthers by the Aggies.
Jordan Baduria and Zack Surmacz were 2-0 in doubles for Palo Verde.
Green Valley 12, Canyon Springs 0 — At Green Valley, the Gators won by forfeit.
Adelson School 12, Cheyenne 0 — At Adelson School, the Lions won by forfeit.