Tennis drops two matches

W hitehall’s tennis team failed pick up a match in a pair of losses to Hadley Luzerne and Schuylerville.

Last Friday, Whitehall traveled to Lake Luzerne, and were swept by the Eagles.

Rachael Aubin played the most competitive match of the day at second singles, narrowly falling to Scott Bosford 11-9.

Alex Wood, competing at number four singles, and the doubles team of Emilee Wilbur and Lia McKee, won two games apiece.

The competition wasn’t any easier on Monday, as Schuyerville dropped only five games in the match as they swept Whitehall 7-0.

Ryan St. Clair won two games for Whitehall, Aubin and McKee each recorded a single win, and the doubles team of Wilbur and Abby Connors also won a single game.

The Railroaders will host Corinth at 4:15 p.m. on Monday, April 30.

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