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Greensburg 4, Jennings County 1; Pirates claim Sectional

Varsity Tennis – IHSAA Girls Sectional 19 at Greensburg HS

Saturday, May 18

Greensburg 4, Jennings County 1

  • #1 Singles: Raegan Rigney won 6-1, 6-0
  • #2 Singles: Bailey Menkedick won 6-0, 4-6, 7-5
  • #3 Singles: Ellie Acra won 6-1, 6-0
  • #1 Doubles: Kirsten Fong/Sarah Schneider lost 4-6, 2-6
  • #2 Doubles: Aliyah Evans/Claudia Westhafer won 7-5, 7-6 (7-4)

Unedited match comments from Greensburg coach June Rigney:

The Lady Pirates picked a great day to play their best match of the season and win the girls tennis sectional. We defeated Jennings County 4-1 and played with consistency, confidence, and control. First off the court was #1 singles player, Raegan Rigney winning 6-1 6-0. Raegan did just what she needed to do, by keeping the ball in and using the entire court to set up points and execute. Next off was #3 singles player Ellie Acra, who won 6-1 6-0. This was Ellie’s best performance of the season. I was so proud of her demeanor, her approach to the match, and obviously the outcome. Our #1 doubles team was defeated by a very good team 4-6 2-6, but they played well. Both Sarah Schneider and Kirsten Fong had a plan at the start of the match. They just got beat by a better team. Our third point came from #2 doubles team of Aliyah Evans and Claudia Westhafer. They won 7-5 7-6 (7-4). This was a match of momentum. They were behind both sets in the beginning and just stuck around until they finally got on top and then put the match away. Our fourth and final point came from #2 singles player Bailey Menkedick who played the best I have seen her play all year. She won 6-0 4-6 7-5. She had a dominant first set and then her opponent got better as the match went on, but Bailey was able to control enough points to win the hard-fought third set. We now get to head to Bloomington South for the first round of regionals against the winner of the Seymour sectional. We will take our 17-3 record into the regional.

We thank coach Rigney for the report.

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