Tennis team wins again

T he Granville tennis team kept up a strong season start with a 5-2 win over Argyle on Monday.

The singles left no room for error, while the doubles couldn’t quite keep up during the mild spring match.

For the boys singles, Matthew Bixby had the biggest win with a 10-2 match against Michael Miller. Joey Lea won 10-3, Ean Smith won 10-4 and Kyle LaPlante took out Anthony Castrio 10-4. Alexis Smith defeated Argyle’s Jax Miller 10-6 for the girls.

Argyle’s doubles teams were a bit stronger than their singles. The Scots Anne Buck and Austin Hall defeated the Horde’s Nathaniel Palmer and Daniel Truso 10-3.

Andy Williams and Mathew Decker fared better against Kenny Peters and Alison Havens, but couldn’t overcome the two and lost their match 10-6.

Granville is now 2-0 in the Adirondack league and overall. Tennis fans will have a chance to see their home team play again next Wednesday at home at 4:15 p.m.web-tennis

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