Tigers win 8-1 against Mountaineers in Boys Tennis
The Nevada Tiger Boys tennis got back at it at home, and won 8-1 against the Mount Vernon Mountaineers. “We are playing better,” said Head Coach for the Boys Tiger Tennis team Samantha Short. “The doubles are working better together and the singles are figuring out how to play their opponents. So far not a bad year.”
In the singles matches, Nevada’s Evan Rea battled Curtis Meyer of Mount Vernon with a win 8-1. Cody Leung for the Tigers played against the Mountaineers own Alvin Reid and won 8-2. Tiger player Andrew LaNear fought in a game with Mount Vernon’s Issac Burks to win 8-2. Jayden Thankamani for Nevada had a tough loss against Tyler Moore for the Mountaineers with a score of 3-8. Trey Streeter of Nevada went against Mount Vernon’s Gabriel Newman to win 8-1. To wrap up singles, Jamin Mosher for the Tigers conquered Benjamin McKay of the Mountaineers with a score of 9-7.
In the Doubles play, Rea and LaNear went against Meyer and Reid to win 8-1, Leung and Thankamani won against Burks and Newman 8-0, and finally Streeter with Mosher fought Moore and McKayf or a win 8-5. Today, the Tigers will be going to Warrensburg High School in Warrensburg, Mo., for a Junior Varsity doubles tournament.