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Beekmantown tennis teams sweep past Northern Adirondack, Saranac, Peru split matches

Beekmantown 4, NAC 1

Beekmantown 4, NAC 1

The Eagles boys and girls team scored matching wins against the Bobcats May 10.

Mark Price and Eric Mitchell won in singles competition for the Eagles boys team, while the duos of Charles Payson - Dylan Riley and Shawn Ko - Matt Simpson won in doubles. Stephen Trudo scored the lone win for the Bobcats.

In the girls match, Emily Carlin and Bailey Waterbury won in singles and the teams of Krysten Koktowski - Olivia Wyand and Samantha Weaver - Savanna Dandrow wining in doubles.

Heather Kingsolver tallied the win for the Bobcats.

Saranac 4, Peru 1

Peru 3, Saranac 2

The Chiefs and Indians split matches May 10, with the Chiefs boys team and Indians girls team remaining unbeaten.

The Bissonette boys, Shawn and Corey, each scored wins in singles for the Chiefs, along with Dylan Christopherson. Joe Tobin and Luke Simpson won in doubles for the Chiefs, as the Indians scored their lone win thanks to the team of Peter Daly and Tony Geno.

The Doubles teams of Sam Banker -Stephanie Demarais and Margaret Mitchell - Katie Lawliss scored wins for the Lady Indians, along with Stephanie Omlin.Kalee Smith and Colette Roberts won for the Chiefs.

Lake Placid 3, Seton 2

Lake Placid 4, Seton 1

The doubles teams of Keegan Barney -Nick Hanson and Justin Stosiek - Martin Gaspar scored straight-set wins to lead the Blue Bombers varsity boys tennis team past the Knights May 10.

Meanwhile, Georgie Knox, Natalia Smith and Georgia O'Leary swept singles matches as the Lady Blue Bombers defeated the Lady Hornets.

Dolan Riley won in singles play for the Bomber boys, while Jang Bin Park and Michael Richter won for the Knights.

Joan O'Leary and Emma Morris-Downey won in doubles for the Lady Bombers, while the team of Eva Zalis and Mallory Favreau won for the Knights.

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