DIS tennis teams struggle in early matches

sports; GSA; DIS; tennis; rodrigo; cespedes; 042717; Deer IsleStonington High School; Eagles; George Stevens Academy; dishs; game; high school; school; sport; team Roddrigo Cespedes backhands a return against George Stevens. Photo by Tate Yoder

Roddrigo Cespedes backhands a return against George Stevens. Photo by Tate Yoder

Deer Isle—The girls tennis team lost their matches this week, beginning with two 4-1 losses to Penobscot Valley on May 6. Jordyn Judkins won both her matches at first single for our points. In the first game, she won 8-2, Marissa Judkins lost 8-2, and we forfeited third singles. In the doubles Orly Vaughn/Riley Getto lost 8-4 and Addie Macdonald/Emma Plummer lost 8-3.

In the second game with Penobscot Valley, Jordyn Judkins won 8-1, Marissa Judkins lost 8-0, and we forfeited the third singles. In the doubles, Orly Vaughn/Riley Getto lost 8-5 and Addie Macdonald/Emma Plummer lost a very close game 9-8/ 8-6 in the tie breaker.

The girls also lost to George Stevens 5-0 on May 3. Jordyn Judkins lost 8-5, Jess Trainor lost 8-3, and Marissa Judkins lost 8-1. In the doubles, Orly Vaughn/Riley Getto lost 8-1 and Addie Macdonald/Emma Plummer lost 8-2.

The boys tennis team lost to Penobscot Valley twice to a 3-1 score. It was Rodrigo Cespedes at second singles who came up with a win each time. In the first game, Devon Emrick lost 8-1, Rodrigo Cespedes won 8-3, and both teams forfeited third singles. Oskar Mattes/Ennis Marshall lost 8-3 and Ian Cust/Ben Penfold lost 8-3.

In the second game, we lost 3-1. Devon Emrick lost 8-1, Rodrigo Cespedes won 8-5, and both teams forfeited third singles. In the doubles, Oskar Mattes/Ennis Marshall lost 8-4 and Ian Cust/Ben Penfold lost 8-1,

The boys lost to George Stevens 5-0. Devon Emrick lost 8-1, Rodrigo Cespedes lost 8-0, and Cullen Cochrane lost 8-0. Oskar Mattes/Ennis Marshall lost 8-1 and Ben Penfold/Ian Cust lost 8-0.

Both tennis teams are looking for their first win in this rebuilding season. If we keep working, we should start to find success. It was a hard spring to get ready.

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