We knew it would be our closest match of the season as both Canterbury and Berkshire are rebuilding our teams. That said, I didn't anticipate three five-gamers, three four-gamers, and 13 games decided by just two points. It was a great match and fun to watch for everyone involved. Noah Wilson '15 was able to get out of his head and played two great games to split the openers 1-1 at the #8 position. He simply couldn't execute all of his shots and lost 1-3. Tanner Tomasi '14 earned a great victory at #7 with some well played forehand rails and great gets. He won 3-1. #6 George Fowlkes '14 continues to improve and went five in his match. He just couldn't consistently hit his shots and lost 5-11 in the fifth. At #5 Peter Hoover '14 had some good depth but his inability to hit his drop meant he fell in three. At #4, Jack Harrison '14 also struggled to make proper contact with the ball and seemed slow on the court. He lost 1-3. # 3 Sam Perkins '14 played well against his left-handed opponent but couldn't close out the match and lost 4-11 in the fifth. #2 Sam Lewis controlled the T and hit some ridiculous drops to win his match in four. Worth noting was #1 Hayden Dunham's match, a five-gamer that featured incredible shot-making, amazing gets, and a fifth game score of 13-11. It was one of the most memorable matches we've seen this year!