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Tennis - Boys Varsity vs. Salisbury School

Event Type: Regular

Date: April 18, 2014


Event Recap:
Singles #1. Noah Wilson (BS) def. John Vantine (SS) 6-1, 6-3 #2. Tanner Boyle (BS) def. Ray Seebeck (SS) 6-0, 6-1 #3. PJ Webb (BS) def. Duc Phan (SS) 6-0, 6-0 #4. Quentin van der Lee (BS) def. Robin Lin (SS) 6-0, 6-0 #5. Mikey Petersen (BS) def. D. Wang (SS) 6-1, 6-2 #6. Jesse Lee (BS) def. Nacho Real (SS) 6-0, 6-1 #7. Pete Warsinske (BS) def. Gonzalo Fernadez (SS) 6-0, 6-1 (Order of finish: 4, 2, 3, 6, 5, 1) Doubles #1. Wilson/Webb (BS) def. Vantine/Phan (SS) 8-3 #2. Boyle/van der Lee (BS) def. Seebeck/Lin (SS) 8-1 #3. Petersen/Warsinske (BS) def. Wang/Fernandez (SS) 8-1 (Order of finish: 2, 3, 1) Every year there are surefire matches that the Bears look forward to, no more than the one against Salisbury. With athletes aplenty, Salisbury often provides the Bears with a challenge on the court. But with their top two players out, the Knights were fighting an uphill battle they could not win. The Bears played very good doubles to start off the match. Boyle and van der Lee quickly dissected their opponents. Petersen and Warsinske used powerful returns and strong net play to win easily. Wilson and Webb finished off the sweep by extending the rallies and playing the big points (30/30 and 40/30) well. The singles portion did not offer up its usual tension. Quentin van der Lee (’16) marched through his opponent. Tanner Boyle (’17), PJ Webb (’15) and Jesse Lee (’16) rolled to, hardly dropping a game in either set. Mikey Petersen (’17) showed the grit Coach Bjurlin loves when he battled through an allergic reaction. Petersen looked to be breaking out in hives but managed to stay the course. Noah Wilson (’15) finished of the successful day for the Bear. Final score: Bears 7 – Salisbury 0. The Bears travel to Loomis Chaffe on Saturday, April 19, 2014.
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