Tennis topples North Warren

W hitehall’s tennis team continues to show improvement winning their second match of the season last week.

The railroaders routed an under-manned North Warren team last Wednesday, winning six of seven matches.

Number one singles Trey LeClair set the stage for Whitehall with a decisive 10-1 victory over the North Warren’s John Hayden.

After North Warren evened it up a match apiece, Justin Millett won 10-5 and Richard Tisi won a close match 11-9.

James Tisi and both doubles teams won by forfeit.

Earlier in the week, Whitehall fell to Lake George on the road 6 to 1.

LeClair and Tisi both lost close matches, falling 9-11 and 8-10 respectively.

James Tisi won the lone match for Whitehall, defeating Vinny Grace 10-8.

After failing to record a win last year, Whitehall has two wins this year.

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