NCCS girls earn CVAC title as state qualifiers take place this week



The Lady Cougars earned the CVACchampionship while both tennis teams did not drop a match or even a set in sweeping past the Bobcats May 20.

Leading the way in the set and match sweep were Lady Cougars singles players Alanna Cruz, Paige Southwick and Tori Duprey did not drop even one game in their straight-set wins. Kristen Langr and Erica Sorrell teamed for a 2-and-1 win, while Lacie Hogle and Allie Cartier scored a 2-and-1 win. Ryan Marks (2-and-2), Richie Collins (1-and-1) and McKenna Hunter (5-and-0) scored singles wins, while the doubles team of Bobby Marks - Adam Khater (4-and-1) earned a doubles win, along with the team of Alex Guay - Brandon Letourneau (1-and-0).

Seton 4, AVCS 1, girls

The Lady Knights swept the doubles matches on their way to beating the Lady Patriots May 20.

Julie Miller with Eva Zalis dropped only three games in the second set for a doubles win, while Stephanie Kustos with Mallory Favreau did not drop a game in scoring a straight-sets win.

Kerry Cannon (4-and-0) and Megan Tedford (3-and-0) scored wins in the singles matches for the Knights, while Jaylynn Tender scored a 4-and-2 win for the Patriots.

Beekmantown 3, Lake Placid 0

Beekmantown 3, Lake Placid 0

Only four of the 12 matches scheduled was played to completion, as the Eagles swept past the Blue Bombers May 20.

Mark Price and Eric Mitchell scored singles wins for the Eagles, while the doubles team of Charles Payson - Dylan Riley scored a doubles win.

Emily Carlin scored a 3-and-4 straight sets victory in the only match to go the distance.

Saranac 3, Lake Placid 2, boys

Shawn Bissonette, Corey Bissonette and Dylan Christopherson did not drop a set in sweeping through the singles matches to lead the Chiefs past the Blue Bombers May 19.

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