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BOYS TENNIS: Thunderbirds edge Titans, Mustangs in duals, finish second at home invite

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Bellevue West narrowly edged Papio South in a home dual on Tuesday, Sept. 20 before finishing second as hosts of a rescheduled invitational on Saturday.

The Titans won the No. 1 singles, Hines Mattuch over Tanner Adams (8-4), but the Thunderbirds won four of the other five singles matches.

No. 2: Bryce Ripley def. Aiden Langenfeld, BW 8-4

No. 3: Tanner Hosick def. Andrew Peterson, BW 8-1

No. 4: Peyton Lemon def. Trenton Andringa, BW 8-5

No. 5: Riley Schrader def. Johnathan Sevick, PLS 8-6

No. 6: Koen Zimmerman def. Jack Wallace, BW 8-6

In the doubles matches, the Titans won two of three. Peterson and Jed Sunde won 9-7 in a battle against Lemon/Hosick, while Andringa/Schrader won 8-4 over Zimmerman/Sevick. The Thunderbirds' lone doubles win was Adams/Ripley over Brett Siemsen/Charlie Pile, 8-1.

With the win, Bellevue West improved to 4-2 in duals, while Papio South falls to 3-3.

The Thunderbirds then defeated Millard North comprehensively, winning four of six singles and two of three doubles.

No. 1 singles: Nick Wang def. Adams, MN 8-2

No. 2: Ripley def. Anuraag Ganti, BW 8-5

No. 3: Hosick def. Zhongzhi Ji, BW 8-2 

No. 4: Lemon def. Shiv Lele, BW 8-4

No. 5: Pryce Kampschneider def. Sevick, MN 8-2

No. 6: Zimmerman def. Anish Amin, BW 8-4  


No. 1: Lemon/Hosick def. Wang/Arjun Anugole, BW 8-1

No. 2: Lele/Caleb Yeh def. Zimmerman/Sevick, MN 8-2

No. 3: Adams/Ripley def. Sumeet Chokkara/Luke Glasgow, BW 8-6

In the Bellevue West Invitational on Saturday, the TBirds finished in second out of seven teams.

Lemon/Hosick won No. 1 doubles, while Ripley won No. 2 singles.

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