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ROUNDUP: Shadow Ridge boys edge Mountain Lions on tiebreaker

Jeremy Jones and Ben Davis went 3-0 in doubles Thursday, and Shadow Ridge’s boys tennis team won four of the six tiebreaker games to edge host Sierra Vista, 10-9.

Kayvon Adrangi was 3-0 in singles for the Mountain Lions.

Basic 10, Eldorado 8 — At Eldorado, Dylan Nanni and Nick Wheatley each went 2-0 in singles to help the Wolves get by the Sundevils.

Joey Barnhurst and Seattle Stoneback were 3-0 in doubles to lead Eldorado.

Moapa Valley 13, Desert Pines 5 — At Overton, Kade Bryant went 3-0 in singles to help lead the Pirates past the Jaguars.

Skylar Hill and Kirby May each went 2-0 in singles for Moapa Valley.

Coronado 16, Foothill 2 — At Coronado, Kian Habashi was 3-0 in singles as the Cougars cruised past the Falcons.

Patrick Crockett and Michael Boyd finished 3-0 in doubles for Coronado.

Las Vegas 11, Rancho 7 — At Las Vegas, the Wildcats held off the Rams.

Rohan Gupte went 3-0 in singles for Rancho, which won a tiebreaker to finish off a 10-9 victory over

Las Vegas in a match that was suspended because of darkness on Sept. 6.

Liberty 12, Del Sol 6 — At Del Sol, Matt Drongesen went 2-0 in singles to lead the Patriots past the Dragons.

Christian Wallace went 3-0 in singles, and Andrew Natale was 2-1 in singles for Del Sol.

Bishop Gorman 15, Desert Oasis 3 — At Gorman, Sam Sholeff and Ian Dobberstein each went 2-0 in singles to help the Gaels rout the Diamondbacks.

Jalen Paulos and Joe Connors finished 2-0 in doubles play for Gorman.

Green Valley 11, Silverado 7 — At Green Valley, Jake Johnson and John John teamed to go 3-0 in doubles to lead the Gators to a victory over the Skyhawks.

Spring Valley 11, Arbor View 7 — At Arbor View, Eric Clark was 3-0 in singles to help the Grizzlies to a win over the Aggies.

Palo Verde 17, Durango 1 — At Durango, Rhett Bossung, John Lamparelli and Josh Kaplan each went 3-0 in singles as the Panthers topped the Trailblazers.

Clark 15, Adelson School 3 — At Clark, the Chargers downed the Lions.

Adrien Guerin was 3-0 in singles for Adelson.

Valley 18, Canyon Springs 0 — At Canyon Springs, the Vikings swept the Pioneers.

Virgin Valley 12, Sunrise Mountain 0 — At Sunrise Mountain, the Bulldogs won by forfeit.

Chaparral at Tech — The Cowboys’ match against the Roadrunners was suspended after the teams split the 18 regulation sets. A tiebreaker is scheduled to be played on Wednesday.

GIRLS

Liberty 10, Del Sol 9 — At Del Sol, Sina Gebrai and Sara Xu each went 2-0 in singles, and the Patriots won five of the six tiebreaker games to nip the Dragons.

Marianna Wustig was 3-0 in singles for Del Sol.

Rancho 10, Las Vegas 9 — At Las Vegas, the doubles teams of Alisha White and Diana Sanchez, and Jennifer Deng and Charmaine Andres each went 3-0, and the Rams won four of the six tiebreaker games to nip the Wildcats.

Selena Torres was 3-0 in singles for Las Vegas.

Shadow Ridge 10, Sierra Vista 8 — At Sierra Vista, Kayley Green and Angel Ong went 3-0 in doubles as the Mustangs defeated the Mountain Lions.

Alex Vincent was 3-0 in singles for Sierra Vista.

Basic 11, Eldorado 7 — At Eldorado, Paige Blake was 3-0 in singles, and Hailey Collins and Amber Long were 3-0 in doubles as the Wolves topped the Sundevils.

The doubles teams of Yoli Carrillo and Dora Carrillo, and Jasmine Sanchez and Kerrigan Holman each went 2-1 for Eldorado.

Chaparral 10, Tech 8 — At Tech, Ginger Siu went 3-0 in singles to help the Cowboys edge the Roadrunners.

Nancy Herrera and Alicia Ramirez finished 3-0 in doubles for Chaparral.

Katrina Sta Cruz and Sydney Bunker each went 2-1 in singles to lead Tech.

Desert Pines 11, Moapa Valley 7 — At Overton, Karina Campos went 3-0 in singles to help the Jaguars past the Pirates.

The doubles teams of Mekham Singkhamta and Ashley Palacios, and Dianne Esteller and Christine Berja each went 3-0 for Desert Pines.

Jennessa Gates was 2-1 in singles for the Pirates.

Valley 12, Canyon Springs 6 — At Canyon Springs, Brooke Harding went 3-0 in singles, and the Vikings swept the nine doubles sets on their way to a win over the Pioneers.

The teams of Olivia Jensen and Stephanie Taing, Diondra Dilworth and Soraya Peron, and Daisy Mejia-Ramirez and Megan Jones all went 3-0 for Valley.

Ma’jhanae Thomas and Cilia Plyman each went 2-1 in singles for Canyon Springs.

Clark 15, Adelson School 3 — At Clark, Andrea Busicescu was 2-0 in singles to lead the Chargers past the Lions.

Remy Schlosberg finished 2-1 in singles for Adelson School.

Bishop Gorman 18, Desert Oasis 0 — At Gorman, the doubles teams of Morgan Matley and Julia McDonald, and Amber Del Rosario and Monika Ryan each went 3-0 as the Gaels swept the Diamondbacks.

Coronado 17, Foothill 1 — At Coronado, the doubles teams of Marlee Allison and Lauren Coons, and Natalie Klock and Valeriya Nogotkova each went 3-0 as the Cougars routed the Falcons.

Palo Verde 18, Durango 0 — At Durango, the Panthers swept the Trailblazers.

Green Valley 15, Silverado 3 — At Green Valley, the Gators downed the Skyhawks.

Virgin Valley 11, Sunrise Mountain 7 — At Sunrise Mountain, the Bulldogs topped the Miners.

Spring Valley at Arbor View — The Grizzlies’ match against the Aggies was suspended due to darkness with Arbor View leading 9-8 and one match still on court.
 

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