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LV tennis team looks good in win over Canyon Lake

 
LV tennis team looks good in win over Canyon Lake
Members of the La Vernia tennis team gather for a team photo. Team members include, (back, from left) Coach Abraham Sanchez, Tyler Gatley, Jeremy Kremis, Justin Kvapil, Heaven Munster, Head Coach Jim Yeager, (middle) Dakota Koriosek, Jacob Amerson, James Hansen, Dylan Kopeck, Blaine Peters, Bria Peters, Ryan Rodriguez, Genesis Vann, Maddy Ballenger, (front) Kayla Spoo, Josie Henderson, Emma Weber, Skylar Roath, Carlie Allen, and A.J. Beyer.

The La Vernia High School Bears tennis team hosted the second tournament of their 2015 fall season Sept. 3 against the Canyon Lake Hawks. They also played in a weather-shorted tournament with Pleasanton.

In girls singles play against Canyon Lake, Bria Peters, Carlie Allen, A.J. Beyer, and Kayla Spoo cruised to 8-0 wins. Skylar Roath fell in a tiebreaker, and Blaine Peters fell 8-2. Blaine and Bria Peters went on to win their doubles match, 8-6, while Roath and Allen cruised to an 8-2 win. Genesis Vann and Beyer won 8-0.

In boys singles play, Justin Kvapil and Ryan Rodriguez won 8-0, and James Hansen won 8-2. Tyler Gatley and Dylan Kopeck each lost by the score of 8-1, and Jeremy Kremis fell 8-0. Hansen and Rodriguez won their doubles match by the score of 8-2, and Gatley and Kremis teamed up and won, 9-7. Kvapil and Jacob Amerson fell, 8-2. In mixed doubles, Josie Henderson and Dakota Kosiorek earned an 8-0 win. That helped the Bears to an overall win by the score of 13-6.

On Sept. 10, the Bears competed with the Pleasanton Eagles. The tournament was called early due to lightning, but not before the Bears had opened up a nice lead of 5-2.

Roath and Allen picked up an 8-3 win in girls doubles, and Beyer and Vann notched an 8-4 win. Bria and Blaine Peters dropped their doubles match, 8-0. On the boys side, Gatley and Kremis won by the score of 8-6, and Hansen and Rodriguez won, 8-2. Amerson and Kvapil stumbled, falling by the score of 8-2. In mixed doubles, Kosiorek and Spoo were on top, 4-1.

The Bears are scheduled to play Pleasanton again on Tuesday, Oct. 6, in Pleasanton. La Vernia will be in action this Thursday, Sept. 17, in Seguin. Play will be at Starke Park, beginning at 4:15 p.m. against Navarro High School.

Go, Bears!

 
 
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