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By Delton Wilhite, Sportswriter

The Muleshoe High School JV tennis team competed in the South Plains Christian Home Educators Association Invitation Tournament Thursday afternoon.

Kyndal Miller and Anna Phillips teamed up in Girls Doubles and won a gold medal. The team defeated SPCHEA 8-5, Plains 8-1, and Spur 8-4 in the medal round.

Grace Leal and Katelyn Kelley also brought home a gold medal in Girls Doubles. They defeated SPCHEA 8-0, THESA-Fort Worth 8-4 and Cotton Center 8-1 in their medal round.

Alexis Campos and Brendon Rodriguez earned the consolation medal in Mixed Doubles. The team fell to SPCHEA 2-8 and came back to defeat Olton 8-1 and Friona 8-1 in the medal round.

Izaiah Perez and Raul Sierra earned the bronze medal in Boys Doubles. The team defeated Olton 8-2, lost to THESA-Fort Worth 5-8, and came back to defeat Dimmitt 8-4 in the medal round. Kelan Florez and Derick Barron won the consolation medal in Boys Doubles. They lost to Hart 6-8, defeated South Crest 8-1, and Bulldogs 8-4. Florez and Barron defeated South Crest 8-1 for the medal.

Anahi Barrera and Danielle Moran defeated Friona 8-1 in Girls Doubles but lost to Cotton Center 7-9 and THESA Fort Worth 5-8. Ethan Clapps and Carter McCamish defeated Christ the King 8-3 and lost to THESA-Fort Worth 6-8. Ean Hasley lost to Dimmitt 6-8 and SPCHEA 6-8 in Boys Singles.

Valentina Platas lost to THESA-Fort Worth 1-8 and Dimmitt in Girls Singles. Adrian Mora defeated Plains 8-2 and lost to Friona 8-8 (6-8) in a tiebreaker.

The MHS JV tennis team competed in the Littlefield Wildcat Invitational Tournament March 26 before playing in the District 2-3A Tournament being held at Plainview April 6 and April 7.


Rhea Gonzales


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