Truckee tennis | Boys win consecutive matches, improve to 4-1 |

Truckee tennis | Boys win consecutive matches, improve to 4-1

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Submitted to swright@sierrasun.comAaron Deeter in action.

The Truckee boysand#8217; tennis team continued its impressive performance last week with a pair of league wins against Spanish Springs, 15-3, and Sparks, 14-4.

The Wolverines jumped out to an early lead against Spanish Springs, really settling into their starting lineup. Isaiah Cutler and Jake Kamenetsky were solid in the first round, each winning 6-1. All three doubles teams, Aaron Pado/Grayson Forsberg, Brandon Deeter/Travis Ferre and Jackson Rohlf/Aaron Deeter swept in the first round.

and#8220;Three strong doubles teams is a big advantage in team matches,and#8221; said coach Rick Deeter. and#8220;This has allowed us to get our freshmen out there to compete, building our team for the future.and#8221;

Truckee shook it up in the second round, with Addison Dvorcek making his first appearance in singles. The freshman also took the third round with Teagan Pado and Eli Yale teaming up for the first time, winning 6-0. Brandon Flora and Toby Zeigler won 6-3, and Tyler Paladino and Nathan Black closed it out with a 6-0 victory.

Against old rival Sparks, Colin Gerrard moved into the third singles slot to win 6-1, making the first round a clean sweep for the Wolverines, up 6-0. Truckee let the top seeds sit around while Dvorcek and doubles team Joey Murray/Toby Ziegler won their first time playing together, 6-1.

Truckee locked it up in the second round by winning 10 of the first 12 sets. Brothers Alex and Tyler Omar teamed up for the first time, winning 6-4, and Tyler Paladino won his singles match, 6-4.

The Wolverines improved to 4-1 on the season with the wins.

and#8212; This article was submitted to Sports Editor Sylas Wright at

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