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TENNIS: Bosnajak, Lubara help Durango boys edge Mustangs

Filip Bosnajak and Jovan Lubara went 3-0 in doubles Friday to lead Durango’s boys tennis team to a 10-8 win at Shadow Ridge.

Manuel Fuessl was 3-0 in singles for the Mustangs.

Green Valley 11, Foothill 7 — At Foothill, the Gators edged the Falcons.

Tristin Hansel and Nathan Young went 3-0 in doubles for Foothill.

Basic 13, Eldorado 5 — At Eldorado, Trever Berg and Gavin Mangan were 3-0 in doubles to help the Wolves down the Sundevils.

Trevor Swain was 3-0 in singles for Eldorado.

Clark 13, Spring Valley 5 — At Spring Valley, Michael Pasimio was 2-0 in singles as the Chargers downed the Grizzlies.

The doubles team of Vangeli Zimmerman and Dominic Morimando was 3-0 for Spring Valley.

Coronado 15, Rancho 3 — At Coronado, the doubles teams of Colin Peltier and Ethan Quandt, and Jack Hambrook and Thomas Nguyen each went 3-0 to lead the Cougars by the Rams.

Kyle Harris was 2-0 in singles for Coronado.

Faith Lutheran 15, Desert Pines 3 — At Darling Tennis Center, Maxwell Blum and Cooper Flourens each went 2-0 in singles to help the Crusaders rout the Jaguars.

The doubles team of Artemio Gonzalez and Oscar Murillo was 2-1 for Desert Pines.

Palo Verde 17, Legacy 1 — At Palo Verde, Sam Soderborg was 3-0 in singles, and John Watson and Travis Clingman went 3-0 in doubles as the Panthers routed the Longhorns.

Dylan Levitt and Brandon Sulzberg each went 2-0 in singles, and Omar Solorzano and Willy Wu went 2-0 in doubles for Palo Verde.

Sierra Vista 12, Cheyenne 0 — At Sierra Vista, the Mountain Lions won by forfeit.

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Basic 10, Eldorado 9 — At Eldorado, Brittany Green and Crystal Klein went 3-0 in doubles, and the Wolves won four of six tiebreaker games to nip the Sundevils.

Sukajna Chaabi was 2-1 in singles for Basic.

Cheyenne Delicate was 3-0 in singles, and Shannon Brown and Kristie Thomas each went 2-1 in singles for Eldorado.

Sierra Vista 10, Cheyenne 8 — At Sierra Vista, Andrada Stancia went 3-0 in singles as the Mountain Lions nipped the Desert Shields.

Dena Huynh was 2-1 in singles, and the doubles team of Aubree Smidt and Sharon Louie went 2-1 for Sierra Vista.

Tiffany Tolliver and Cierra McFarland were 3-0 in doubles for Cheyenne.

Faith Lutheran 12, Desert Pines 6 — At Darling Tennis Center, Dina Ciulla and Summer Stadtlander were 2-0 in doubles to help the Crusaders top the Jaguars.

Carolyn DiPasquale was 2-1 in singles for Faith Lutheran.

Ashley Palacios went 2-1 in singles for Desert Pines.

Green Valley 13, Foothill 5 — At Foothill, the Gators swept the nine singles sets en route to a win over the Falcons.

Racquel Holder, Daria Shalina and Rethika Kumar all went 3-0 in singles for Green Valley.

Clark 13, Spring Valley 5 — At Spring Valley, Alysandra Smith went 2-0 in singles, and Shalini Jawaweera and Esther Yi were 2-0 in doubles to help the Chargers down the Grizzlies.

Alexa Rojas and Michelle Lu were 3-0 in doubles for Spring Valley.

Coronado 14, Rancho 4 — At Coronado, Jessica Duff and Samantha Ross went 2-0 in doubles, and Camille Solla was 2-0 in singles as the Cougars routed the Rams.

Shadow Ridge 16, Durango 2 — At Shadow Ridge, Madison Joblin and Caityln Noorda each went 2-0 in singles as the Mustangs routed the Trailblazers.

Kate Dennis and Samantha Milanovich went 2-0 in doubles for Shadow Ridge.

Palo Verde 18, Legacy 0 — At Palo Verde, Annie Walker and Isabella Shelton each went 2-0 in singles as the Panthers blanked the Longhorns.

The doubles teams of Chloe Henderson and Sophie Henderson, and Alissa Till and Abby Lewis both went 2-0 for Palo Verde.

 

 

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