Horses sweep Railroaders

W hitehall’s tennis team fell to an undefeated Schuylerville team last Tuesday on their home court.

Schuylerville took every match, winning 7-0.

Number 1 and number 2 singles Trey LeClair and Loren Martel faced two very tough opponents in Colin Flanders and Josh Yellen, each losing 10-0.

Justin Millett fell 10-1 as the number three singles player, while Richard and James Tisi turned in the closest matches of the day at the number 4 and 5 positions, each falling 10-2.

Doubles teams Emilee Wilbur and Faith Eaton, and Ryan St. Clair and Megan Lane fell 10-0 and 10-1 respectively.

Whitehall drops to 1-4 on the season, while Schuylerville improved to 7-0.

Whitehall resumes play after the vacation with matches at Lake George on April 25, at North Warren on April 27 and home against Johnsburg on April 29.

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