Tennis teams demolish Hug |

Tennis teams demolish Hug

Staff report

South Tahoe’s girls’ tennis match on Thursday at Hug became an audition for singles players.

STHS coach Pat Fagen decided not to play star player Masha Long, giving seven singles players a chance to show that they can fill the team’s No. 2 and No. 3 spots.

They responded by winning seven of nine singles matches and all nine doubles pairings as South Tahoe cruised past the Hawks 16-2 to run their season record to 3-1. Fagen was pleased with the play of Alicia Mason and Alyssa Mlynsky and the improvement of first-time player Christina Lee.

“We looked better than we did against Douglas on Tuesday,” Fagen said.

South Tahoe’s boys’ team also won in a walk on Thursday, crushing Hug 15-3.

South Tahoe plays host to Carson on Tuesday.

16-2 win over Hug, play seven players in singles, rying to find best fit for 2 and 3.

Gave masha day off …. lost 2 single.

only 3 games in 9 doubles matches.

all 3 won 3, looked better than we did against douglas on tuesdya, girls took oppot to imoprove in match setting emphasis last few matches.

3-1 for STHS …

Alicia Mason, playing very well,

Alyssa Mlynsky

Christina Lee, first match, although lost impressed with effort

all 3 singles

using matches to determien which girls want to step up and contrinue 2 and 3 singles. hopeuflly end of seaosn we have strong lineup.

Tuesday hom ematch…Carson.

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