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South tennis keeps pace in YVC with wins

The South Stanly women’s tennis team kept pace with North Stanly, staying a game behind the Comets for second in the Yadkin Valley Conference standings with three recent wins.

South Stanly 9, Albemarle 0

The Bulls swept the Bulldogs (0-4) on Sept. 4.

Singles

  1. Jacy Noble (SS) d. Kylie Dixon 8-0
  2. Huntley Rummage (SS) d. Itza Ochoa 8-0
  3. Rachel Huneycutt (SS) d. Natalie Sedano 8-2
  4. Keely Salmon (SS) d. Emma Freeman 8-0
  5. Konner Napier (SS) d. Karmalana Wilder 8-0
  6. Ruth Fallen (SS) d. Princess Horne 8-0

Doubles

  1. Noble / Huneycutt (SS) d. Dixon / Freeman, 8-0
  2. Rummage / Napier (SS) def. Ochoa / Sedano, 8-1
  3. McNeill / Hartsell (SS) def. Wilder / Horne, 8-4

South Stanly 9, West Montgomery

The Bulls went on the road Sept. 5 and swept the Warriors.

Singles

  1. Jacy Noble (SS) d. Bailey Ellis, 6-0, 6-2
  2. Huntley Rummage (SS) d. Tykalia Martin 6-1, 6-1
  3. Rachel Huneycutt (SS) d. Anaya Drake 6-1, 6-0
  4. Keely Salmon (SS) d. Ashton Williamson 6-0, 6-0
  5. H. McNeill (SS) def Z. Leake (WM) – 6-0, 6-0
  6. SS won by forfeit

Doubles

  1. Doubles: 1. Noble / Huneycutt (SS) def. Ellis / Martin (WM) 8-1
  2. 2. Rummage / Napier (SS) def. Drake / Williams (WM), 8-0
  3. SS won by forfeit

South Stanly 7, North Rowan 2

South improved to 8-2 in the YVC and stayed a perfect 6-0 at home with a 7-2 win over the Cavaliers on Monday.

Singles

  1. Jacy Noble (SS) d. Karen Bates 8-0
  2. Huntley Rummage (SS) d. Cora Lashura 8-1
  3. Rachel Huneycutt (SS) d. Caylinn Helm 8-6
  4. Keely Salmon (SS) d. Chantal Muhlback 8-4
  5. Kayla Swicegood (NR) d. Hailey McNeill 8-4
  6. ?? (SS) d. Gillian Corum 8-2

Doubles

  1. Noble / Huneycutt (SS) d. Bates / Muhlback 8-1
  2. Rummage / Salmon (SS) d. Lashua / Helm 8-3
  3. Swicegood / Corum (NR) d. R. Fallen / C. Hartsell 8-0

About Charles Curcio

Charles Curcio was the sports editor of the Stanly News & Press from 1999-2001 and has currently served in the same capacity since 2008. He was awarded the NCHSAA Tim Stevens Media Representative of the Year and named CNHI Sports Editor of the Year in 2014. He has also been honored twice by the North Carolina Press Association.

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