Sunna Maass led the Furies to another conference victory today in our match against Westchester Country Day School. Maass had a good workout at #1 singles against an up and coming young player. The two girls exchanged lots of powerful forehands as they moved each other from side to side on the court. Sunna was the more consistent of the two players and used a few drop shots and slices to keep her opponent off balanced. The rest of our team had easier matches and cruised to a 9-0 team victory.
1. Sunna Maass (FCDS) d. Helen Clodfelter 8-4
2. Brynna Myers (FCDS) d. Olivia Beaver 8-1
3. Julia Kincaid (FCDS) d. Lucy Heard 8-1
4. Mary Brooks Hall (FCDS) d. Madelyn Carroll 8-0
5. Addison Winter (FCDS) d. Ava Apple 8-0
6. Zayla Smith (FCDS) d. Lily Wilson 8-0
7. Anna Merritt Madden (FCDS) d. Morgan Elliot 8-1
1. Maass/Kincaid (FCDS) d. Clodfelter/Carroll 8-1
2. Myers/Hall (FCDS) d. Beaver/Heard 8-0
3. Winter/Smith (FCDS) d. Apple/Ashlyn Rives 8-1
4. Molly Thompson/Lily Weeks (FCDS) d. Hadley Briggs/Madeline McWhorter 8-3
5. King/Sofia Lahargou (FCDS) d. Briggs/McWhorter 8-1
Forsyth Country Day School (FCDS) is a private, college preparatory, independent school for preschool through high school located in Lewisville, NC, just outside of Winston-Salem. Students benefit from a challenging academic curriculum, fine and performing arts, competitive athletics, and a wide selection of extracurricular activities.
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