Forfeits help Service tennis team stop Eagle River

September 17, 2013 

Forfeits made the difference in Service’s 6-3 victory over Eagle River in a Cook Inlet Conference tennis meet Tuesday.

Each team won three matches on the court, but Service picked up three additional victories via forfeit to claim the team win.

Hannah Spainhaur accounted for one of Eagle River’s wins when she outbattled Service’s Fiona Bruce 11-9 in a tiebreaker that decided their girls singles match.


Service 6, Eagle River 3

Boys singles 1 — Ryan Casey (ER) d. Anthony Plagge (S), 6-4, 6-2. Boys singles 2 — Andrew Plagge (S) d. Dagan Mullins (ER), 6-4, 6-2. Girls singles 1 — Hannah Spainhaur (ER) d. Fiona Bruce (S), 5-7, 6-1, (11-9). Girls singles 2 — Claire Bottini (ER) d. Sarada Prasad (S), 6-4,6-3. Boys doubles 1 — Aden Moon/Christian Morgan (S) d. Jace Jerome/Danial McLain (ER), 6-0, 6-0. Boys doubles 2 — Ben Erickson/Nathan Rebang (S) won by forfeit. Girls doubles 1 — Megan Lillis/Alliana Salanguit (S) d. Dana Bernhardt/Kaitlin Bernhardt (ER), 6-0, 6-0. Girls doubles 2 — Lindsay VonTish/Sam Moorhead (S) won by forfeit. Mixed doubles — Huiling Zhao/Matthew Stone (S) won by forfeit. 


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