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Rain disrupts tennis match in Grandview

Greyhounds win two matches

Sunnyside No. 1 doubles player Tommy Diaz returns the ball to his Wenatchee counterparts as teammate Juan Morales remains at the ready. Results were not available as of press time.

Photo by Jennie McGhan
Sunnyside No. 1 doubles player Tommy Diaz returns the ball to his Wenatchee counterparts as teammate Juan Morales remains at the ready. Results were not available as of press time.

— The Greyhounds tennis teams were only able to complete two matches against Wapato yesterday due to rain.

No. 1 girls doubles teammates Lorena Torres and Sonya Trevion defeated Ruby Colin and Ahide Duram of the Wolves, 6-0, 6-1.

Joel Pina and Marc Martinez, No. 2 boys doubles, defeated Wapato’s Edmil Cacher and Elijah Olson, 6-1, 6-1.

Four matches were under way when the rain hampered the day.

No. 1 girls singles player Alezndra Gonzalez was leading, 6-1, 1-2, in her match against Wapato’s Katy Palma; No. 2 girls doubles players Wendy Garcia and Maria Ramos were winning, 6-3, 3-0, in their match against Bianca Gonzalez and Daisy Martinez of the Wolves; Alfonso Granados lost his first set, 5-7, and No. 1 doubles teammates Roy Escareno and Esgar Valencia were in the lead, 6-1, 5-2.

The netters return to action tomorrow in Ellensburg.

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