Manatee 6, Palmetto 1: Manatee High School’s boys tennis team won for the third time in as many days, beating host Palmetto 6-1 on Thursday. The Hurricanes improved its record to 5-1 despite competing with just four players and returns to action March 13, hosting Bradenton Christian School.
No. 1 Singles: James Heagerty (M) def. Connor Vierling 6-2, 6-1
No. 2 Singles: Ethan Jauschneg (M) def. Sammy Slovak 6-0, 6-0
No. 3 Singles: Erik Polin (M) def. Dean Sabatino 6-0, 6-1
No. 4 Singles: Lane Bowers (M) def. Dylan Alvarez 6-0, 6-0
No. 5 Singles: Dexter Williams (P) won by default
Doubles: Heagerty-Jauschneg (M) won by default; Polin-Bowers def. Slovak-Sabatino 8-0.
Record: Manatee 5-1.
Riverview 4, Saint Stephen’s 2: Match results included the following.
1. Finn Anderson (RHS) def Kevin Jiang (SSES) 6-3, 6-4
2. Charlie Putrino (RHS) def George Krouzek (SSES) 6-3, 6-4
3. Adrian Pawlowski (RHS) def Max Petrov (SSES) 6-1, 6-0
4. Noah Van Dyke (SSES) def Sava Belanian (RHS) 6-0, 6-2
5. Cameron Maramenides (SSES) def Zach Dorsay (RHS) 6-1, 6-0
1. Did not play
2. Adrian Pawlowski & Nick Schwab (RHS) def Noah Van Dyke & Cameron Maramenides (SSES) 8-4
Bradenton Christian 3, St. Petersburg Canterbury 0: BCS beat Conference Opponent Canterbury School of Florida 3-0
Team 1: Emily Eurice and McKenzie James won 2-0
Team 2: Madison Allen and Kendy DeHaan won 2-0
Team 3: Hannah Wiers and Bailey Sikkema won 2-0
Next game is home vs. Cardinal Mooney on Tuesday March 13th at 4:00pm
Manatee 4, Palmetto 3: The Hurricane prevailed at King Middle School.
Team records: Manatee 4-2 Sarasota 2-4
Singles (Manatee players listed first)
No. 1 Tamara Clemann 10-5 against Mackensie Lang
No. 2 Brooke McIntosh 10-1 against Courtney Smithson
No. 3 Hailey Heagherty 10-8 against Jayla Stinton
No. 4 Rickelle Kibby lost to Liyah Donkor 10-8
No. 5 Default against Morgan Conrad Win
Doubles (Manatee players listed first)
No. 1 Clemann / McIntosh 8-1 against Lang / Conrad
No. 2 Heagherty / Kibby against Smithson / Stinton 8-6
Riverview 4, Saint Stephen’s 3: A few points separated previously undefeated Saint Stephens against undefeated Riverview.
Singles (Riverview scores are first)
Abby Reinchelli defeated 8th graded Paradise Traub 6-2, 6-0
Amanda Barrett defeated 10 th grader Laura Perazzolo 6-0, 4-6 and the deciding tiebreaker played instead of a third set was 10-8
Faith Byrd defeated 8th graded Cassy Huang 6-2, 3-6 and the deciding tiebreaker was 11-9
Lola Coutelle lost to 6th grader Stella Rundova 2-6, 6-7 (6-8)
Alana Scheibman lost to 7th grader Mia Petrova 0-6, 4-6
Abby and Amanda defeated Paradise and Laura 8-2
Amanda and Gracie lost to Cassy and Stella 2-8
Saint Stephen’s 14, St. Petersburg Shorecrest 3: The Falcons improve to 5-1 overall and 4-0 in our conference with the win.
Leading hitters were Wyatt Sevin, Ben Tobio, Devin Guzman and Nick Schroeder
Winning pitcher was Nick Schroeder who improves to 3-0 on the year with the win.
Southeast 10, Sarasota Christian 3: The Seminoles defeated the Blazers. The Seminoles were led by Kobby Garcia who pitched 6 innings. He had 4 strike outs and allowed 1 earned run. Kaden Steffen came in to close the game out pitching a scoreless 7th inning.
The Seminoles were patient at the plate taking advantage of 10 walks. Offensively the Noles were led by a 2 RBI single by Kobby Garcia. Austin Siracusa also found success on the cold evening going 1 for 3 with a double and 3 RBI.
The Seminoles have continued their best start to season since 2011. They are now 4-3 (4-1 at home) in the season. The Noles are back in action Friday 3/9 at IMG for a 6pm first pitch.
Braden River 5, Brandon 4: The Pirates prevailed in eight innings. Standout players included the following.
Carson Wehmeyer 3-4 3 RBI with walk off single
Ryan Waldschmidt 1-2 2 RBI
Colin Apgar Winning Pitcher 2 inn 0 ER 3 SO
Braden River 5-2 and 4-0 in district
Cardinal Mooney 16, Bishop Verot 1: Top scorers included the following for the Cougars (4-0).
MJ McMahon 2 goals 4 assists
Christian Laureano 2 goals 2 assists
Chip Jackson 3 goals 1 assist
Next game Friday at 5:30 p.m. against Sarasota Military Academy