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Open race in Class C South boys and girls brackets as tennis

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Jun 01, 2017 5:41 am

Open race in Class C South boys and girls brackets as tennis playoffs heat up
Carrabec girls, Hall-Dale boys eye runs, but Waynflete, St. Dominic loom large.


...Carrabec, which began its postseason with a 5-0 win over Dirigo on Wednesday, is a team to watch, but it’s hardly alone in a C South girls bracket loaded with high local seeds and traditional powers. The Cobras (9-1) top the seedings, but are followed right after by No. 2 Winthrop (9-1) and No. 3 Hall-Dale (8-2), with 7-3 Madison — the lone team to beat Carrabec in the regular season — lurking in fifth. And those teams will all face tall tasks in getting by fourth-seeded Waynflete and sixth-seeded St. Dominic, which were the South finalists a season ago.

“With Waynflete and St. Dom’s, who play different schools, you don’t necessarily know how you compare until you play,” Ellis said. “That’s the point where the kids just need to be confident in themselves and just play their games.”


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Re: Open race in Class C South boys and girls brackets as te

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Jun 02, 2017 5:13 am

St. Dom’s girls tennis drops Hall-Dale
Battle-tested Saints prevail in Class C South quarterfinals.

...“They’re good anyway,” Cousins said. “Over the years we’ve competed quite well with them. Their No. 1 is outstanding, everybody knows that. But they always have good competitive doubles and another solid singles player.”

Belgrade native Bethany Hammond has played No. 1 singles for the Saints in all four years at the Auburn school. This year, she finished fourth in the state singles competition and will play next year at Stonehill College.

Hammond used a strong serve and a variety of drop shots to defeat Hall-Dale senior Addie Davis 6-0, 6-2. It was the toughest opponent Davis has faced in her high school career.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Jun 02, 2017 5:15 am

Healthy and confident, Monmouth’s Amero back in top form
Javelin standout heads into Class C meet an MVC champ after two knee surgeries.

...One year later, it appears the doctors were on to something. Amero, now a junior, heads to the Class C state championships on the heels of a dominant performance in the Mountain Valley Conference championships, winning the javelin title to help lead the Mustangs to their second team championship in three years. Amero’s throw of 106-7 was over 16 feet further than teammate Destiny Clough’s, and the gap between Amero and second place was greater than the one between second and eighth.

“We all throw about the same,” said Mahala Hayden, one of four Monmouth throwers to take the top four places in the event.

The words had barely escaped when she started to correct them.

“Except Maddie throws it a lot further,” she added. “We can only wish to throw it that far.”

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