Girls tennis: Reagan, Henry 5th at MOAC tourney

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LEXINGTON — Galion’s Zoee Reagan and Taylor Henry placed fifth at No. 2 doubles in the Mid Ohio Athletic Conference tennis tournament last Saturday.

Reagan and Henry defeated Pleasant’s Lauren West and Kyllie Klaiber 8-2 in the play-in match for fifth place and then knocked off Clear Fork’s Emily Montgomery and Jordan Pfeifer 8-3 in the fifth-place final match.

Reagan and Henry dropped their opening match of the tournament to Ontario’s Kayla Kurtz and Keely Kurtz, 7-6, 6-0. The Kurtz team went on to win the No. 2 doubles championship.

At No. 1 doubles, Galion’s Lydia McCabe and Emma Maguire finished in sixth place. They lost to Clear Fork’s Hannah Therrien and Jessica Farnsworth 6-0, 6-1 in their opening match.

River Valley’s Shayla Pappert and Megan Diven defeated McCabe and Maguire 9-7 in the fifth-place final.

In singles play, Kadence Fairchild lost both matches she played at No. 1 singles and Keiah Coulter dropped both matches she played at No. 2 singles.

Galion 3, Pleasant 2

GALION — Galion defeated Pleasant 3-2 in Mid Ohio Athletic Conference girls tennis action.

Emma Ross improved to 16-5 after a 7-5, 6-4 straight sets win at No. 3 singles.

Emma Maguire and Lydia McCabe claimed victory at No. 1 doubles, 6-0, 6-2.

Zoee Reagan and Keiah Coulter provided the winning margin for the Lady Tigers with a 6-2, 2-6, 6-3 victory at No. 2 doubles.

Taylor Henry dropped her No. 1 singles match, 6-1, 6-0. Kadence Fairchild lost at No. 2 singles, 6-1, 6-1.

Galion improved to 5-11 overall and 2-8 in MOAC play with the win.

Upcoming matches

The Division II sectional tournament is scheduled for Oct. 7 and 9 at Shelby High School. The rest of the field in the Shelby sectional features Bucyrus, Tiffin Calvert, Clear Fork, Edison, Lexington, Mansfield Senior, Ontario, Shelby, Upper Sandusky, and Willard.

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