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Statesmen blank three opponents

After two years between competitions, the Randolph-Henry Girls Varsity Tennis team was back on the court this week. Randolph-Henry hosted its season opener against William Campbell Wednesday, April 28, winning 9-0.

Singles

1 – Grace Algeier (R-H) def Sabrina Dickerson (WC) 8-4   

2 – Mary Scruggs (R-H) def Megan William (WC) 8-2 

3 – Emily Tharpe (R-H) def Kaitlyn Morton (WC) 8-1

4 – Suin Kim (R-H) def Holly Clark(WC) 8-0 

5 – Jenna Harmon (R-H) def Julie Jennings (WC) 8-0

6 – Morgan Lawson (R-H) def Alesa Bailey (WC) 8-1

Doubles

Algeier/Scruggs (R-H) def Dickerson/Morton (WC) 8-3

Kim/Tharpe (R-H) def Williams/Clark (WC) 8-0.

Lawson/Harmon (R-H) def Jennings/Roakes (WC) 8-0.

Thursday April 29, the Lady Statesmen tennis team traveled to Buckingham for their first district match winning 9-0.

Singles

1 – Grace Algeier (R-H) def Meredith DeLong-Maxey (BC) 8-1.

2 – Mary Scruggs (R-H) def Rachel Bardon (BC) 8-2. 

3 – Emily Tharpe (R-H) def Sidney Brewster (BC) 8-1

4 – Sue Kim (R-H) def Amerah Davis (BC) 8-2 

5 – Jenna Harmon (R-H) def Taniya Brown (BC) 8-0

6 – Morgan Lawson (R-H) def Katelyn Miller (BC) 8-0

Doubles

Algeier/Scruggs (R-H) def Delong-Maxey/Bardon (BC) 8-3

Kim/Tharpe (R-H) def Brewster/Davis (BC) 8-0

Lauren Bush/Harmon (R-H) def Brown/Miller (BC) 8-0

The Lady Netters finished the week with a home match against district and former regional rivals Goochland. Randolph-Henry blanked the Bulldogs with another 9-0 win.

Singles

1 – Grace Algeier (R-H) def Margaret Townsend (GC) 8-1

2 – Mary Scruggs (R-H) def Kendall Griffis (GC) 8-0

3 – Emily Tharpe (R-H) def Heather Raley (GC) 8-0

4 – Suin Kim (R-H) def Anna Stamey (GC) 8-2

5 – Jenna Harmon (R-H) def Layla Allen (GC) 8-0

6 – Morgan Lawson (R-H) def Genevieve Will (GC) 8-3.

Doubles

Algeier/Scruggs (R-H) def Townsend/Raley (GC) 8-3

Tharpe/Kim (R-H) def Griffis/Taina Ramirez (GC) 8-3

Harmon/Lawson (R-H) def Allen/Stamey (GC) 8-2

The team will host two home matches on Tuesday, May 4, against Heritage (Lynchburg) and another district match against Prince Edward Thursday, May 6.