Greenville tennis teams struggle against Lanier
Published 12:00 am Saturday, March 18, 2000
The Greenville tennis teams squared off against a strong program from Lanier High School this week as both the girls and boys teams were shut out, 0-9 and 0-9 respectively.
Greenville's Ben Huggins came the closest to scoring for Greenville as he played a close match. But, he fell short as the final score of his match was 8-10. Joel Hewlett lost 6-10, Blain Matthews lost 3-10, Tiger Smith fell 0-10 and Matt McQueen lost 3-10.
Doubles sets by the teams of Matthews/Smith and Hewlett/ Huggins also fell short, setting up the Lanier High shutout on Wednesday at Beeland Park.
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The girls played their matches against Lanier on Tuesday at Beeland. They also struggled against the Lanier team.
Number one seed Sara Williamson fell in her match 0-10, Diane Pouncey lost 2-10, Jennifer Campbell lost 0-10, Charity Skipper fell 2-10, Mary Beth Faulkenberry was defeated 1-10 and Lauren Stephenson
had the closest match with a score of 4-10.
Doubles teams of Williamson/Skipper, Pouncey/Campbell and Stephenson/Lynn Lewis all failed to score a point for the Tigers.
The boys' overall record is 1-3, while the girls' stands at 1-3-1.
The tennis team will travel to Monroeville on March 22.