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PJP tennis upends Daniel Boone; Upper Perk, Phoenixville sweep

Pope John Paul II 4, Daniel Boone 3 >> A back-and-forth affair was ultimately decided by doubles as the Golden Panthers took two of the three matches to come away with the victory.

PJP and Boone split the singles competition, Griffin Adams’ 6-1, 6-0 victory for Daniel Boone a highlight.

But the doubles duos of David Antonik and Ryan Chen plus Beov Hassold and Brett Christensen were enough to lift PJP as both duos won by considerable margin. Antonik and Chen posted a 8-2 victory followed by Hassold and Christensen’s 8-4 win.

Upper Perkiomen 7, Christopher Dock 0 >> Call it a clean sweep for the Indians as five of the six contested matches were decided by straight sets. Jake Vogel posted a 6-1, 6-0 victory at first singles to lead the way for Upper Perk, which received straight set wins from Adam Dockery (6-4, 6-2) at second singles and the tandems of Josh Landis/Luke Powers, Thomas Andrasek/Bryce Lesko and Nick Caciolo/Jaden Fisher at first-through-third doubles.

Phoenixville 7, Upper Merion 0 >> The Phantoms worked a straight sweep in their match against PAC newcomer, Upper Merion.

Mike Ellis defeated Jaden Mayer, 6-0, 7-5 at first singles with Graham Light and Daniel So rounding out the singles matches with straight-set victories.

The doubles matches fared similarly for the Phantoms as each duo took home straight-set victories, highlighted by 6-0, 6-1 wins from third and fourth doubles.

Devon Prep 4, Owen J. Roberts 3 >> Holden Smith’s straight-set victory was the highlight of OJR’s loss to its non-league foe.

Smith’s 6-0, 6-0 victory at first singles got the Wildcats rolling, but Devon Prep won three of the four doubles matches to come away with the win.

Hill School 7, George School 1 >> The Hill battled tough and windy conditions to down the reigning Friends School League champs in convincing fashion.

Matt Wasserman, Sid Domala, Russell Marinari and Max Park each picked up victories at singles while the Blues swept the doubles matches to come away with the win. The duo of Chase Clemens and John Kahn had the easiest time dispatching their opponent, winning 6-2, 6-4.



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