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Loss 3-4

JV Girls Tennis lost their 2nd contest of the season on Saturday, losing to Pomfret, 3-4. The day featured some of the most entertaining matches imaginable, with evenly-matched players finding their endurances tested in several marathon matches. In a repeat of her lengthy match vs. Pomfret last year, Alyssa Tousignant showed her determination and high tennis IQ against an able and equally determined opponent, carrying the day with a 9-7 win. Lidia Martinez-Castro and Delphine Lamattina played until a tie-breaker with a pair of defensively impressive Pomfret players, fighting until the very end, but finally losing the match 9-10. Kayla Buttaro had a dominant showing in her 8-3 win, while Nidhi Bhat and Leslie Yan carried their first match as a doubles pair, 8-4. Despite finding herself behind, Clara Drag played hard consistently against a Pomfret player with a big arm. Anna Ollenschleger and Francesca Lamattina deserve special recognition for their contributions: Anna stepped up just before the start of the match to play #2 Singles when a teammate could not make it, and then played #1 Doubles shortly after her first match. Francesca came to the JV Girls Tennis contest directly from playing a volleyball tournament, joining Anna for #1 Singles.

We look forward to our first Wednesday match, coming up at Wilbraham and Monson Academy on 4/17. Let’s get that win, Wyverns!

KO: 3 – Pomfret School: 4
Location: Playing Fields – Tennis Courts

Event Details

  • Date: Saturday April 13, 2024
  • Time: 1:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Loss- KO: 3 - Pomfret School: 4

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