The Washington boys tennis team won for the fifth straight time after a season-opening loss to John Handley High when it dispatched Hedgesville, 7-0.
No. 1 singles player Will Wheatley, No. 2 player Patrik Haglund, No. 3 player Austin Thomas, and No. 4 player Alden Roth all posted comfortable wins over their Hedgesville counterparts.
The Washington doubles teams all had equal success against Hedgesville’s three doubles teams.
Wheatley/Haglund (No. 1), Thomas/Roth (No. 2), and Cullen Irving/Cory Coomler (No. 3) gave the Patriots the last three wins in the 7-0 blanking of the Eagles.
The Patriots encountered little difficulty when they blanked Berkeley Springs, 7-0, to register their sixth consecutive win.
The four singles winners for Washington were Wheatley, Haglund, Thomas, and Roth.
Wheatley/Haglund, Thomas/Roth, and Irving/Coomler all had doubles win for the Patriots.
Washington posted its fifth consecutive team win of the girls tennis season when it blanked visiting Hedgesville, 7-0, last Tuesday on its own courts.
Winning the four singles matches that were played for the Patriots were Angela Pittinger (No. 1), Jill Spuria (No. 2), Melissa Sirbaugh (No. 3), and McKenzie Littleton (No. 4).
When Washington’s doubles teams (Pittinger/Sirbaugh at No. 1, Spuria/Littleton at No. 2, and Amber Barr/Molly Banfield at No. 3) won those matches, the Patriots had registered a 7-0 win over the Lady Eagles. Washington was 5-1 overall.
Washington was able to extend its winning streak to six matches when it rolled past visiting Berkeley Springs, 7-0.
Pittinger (No. 1), Spuria (No. 2), Sirbaugh (No. 3), and Littleton (No. 4) all smoothly executed their singles victories. And then all three doubles matches went to Washington’s Pittinger/Sirbaugh (No. 1), Spuria/Littleton (No. 2), and Barr/Banfield.