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March 8, 2014

HUNTSVILLE TENNIS — Huntsville tennis teams take on tough competition

HUNTSVILLE — Huntsville competed in the Klein Varsity tennis tournament on Thursday March 6 against schools such as Klein, The Woodlands, Katy Seven Lakes, Klein Collins and Klein Oak.

In “A” boys singles, Chandler Livingston won 8-3 before falling to Katy 7 Lakes 3-6, 2-6. Stan Smith split matches in “B” boys singles, winning 8-3 before dropping a two-set match 4-6, 3-6.

Also in “B” boys singles, Coulter Baxter lost a pair of tough matches 2-8 and 3-8.

Chad Belanger and John Barrett took one of three in “A” boys doubles, losing 2-8, before a 1-6, 6-2, 10-8 victory and 0-6, 0-6 loss to Katy Seven Lakes.

Alex Belanger and Harley Holland lost in the “B” boys doubles consolation semifinals to Cy Wood 3-8. The two Hornets had lost 3-8 to start the tournament, but picked up wins 8-3 and 8-2 to advance in consolation.

Valeria Salazar and Jasmine Garza lost a tough first-round match in “B” girls doubles  8-9, 9-11 to Cy Falls then lost 0-8 to Klein Oak.

In “A” mixed doubles, Serra Bauer and Trey Heath lost a tough first-round match to Katy Seven Lakes 0-8, then fell to Klein Oak 4-6, 2-6.

The varsity tennis team is back in action March 21 at the New Caney tournament.

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