North Sally High School hosted the 2021-22 Boys Tennis Foothills 2A Conference Championship on Thursday.
Both East Sally and Sally Central performed overwhelmingly, each occupying both spaces in the championship round. The singles championship went down to East Sally vs. East Sally, and the doubles championship went down to Sally Central vs. Sally Central.
All four singles competitors and four doubles teams to reach the semi-final round will automatically qualify for the 2A Midwest Regional Championship. East Sally won three of the qualifying spots, Sally Central and North Wilkes each claimed two, and the final qualifying bid went to Four Bush.
In the single, Cooper Mossinger of East Sally was first, Levi Watson of East Sally was second, and Aiden Penell and Mitchia Dams of North Wilkes advanced to the semi-finals.
In the doubles, Sally Central’s Josh Pardu and Jacob Edmonds teams won first, Trip McMillen and Michael Tucker’s Sally Central Duo finished second, and East Sally’s Cade Talton and Nick Royale reached one of the semifinals. Calvin Norman and Cooper Hennings of Four Bush have reached the other.
Sally Central has swept the highest honors of the conference’s regular season. Pardue was selected as the FH2A Player of the Year for finishing 12-0 in singles and 12-0 in doubles with the conference team. Mason Midkiff was named FH2A Coach of the Year after leading Sally Central to a 12-0 minutes and winning the conference championship for the first time in at least 13 years.
Motsinger participated in FH2A as the No. 1 seed and won the first round BYE thanks to the 10-2 single record against the opponents in the conference.
The opening match for each bracket played an eight-game pro set, and all subsequent rounds were contested in the standard 2of3 set.
Forbush’s Samuel Crew defeated North Sally’s Colby Callaway 8-3 in the opening round, while Mossinger defeated Crew 6-0, 6-1. Adams of North Wilkes defeated Sally Central’s Isaac Error 8-2 in the opening round, then defeated Wilkes Central’s Gauge York 6-0, 6-2 to advance to the semi-finals.
In the lower half of the bracket, Pennell of North Wilkes won the first round BYE as the second seed, beating Pennell of Forbush in the quarterfinals. No.6 Watson defeated Sally Central’s Maddox Martin 8-3 to No. 3 seeded Wilkes Central’s Nick Hall 6-1 and 6-1.
Motsinger defeated Adams 6-0, 6-1 in one semi-final. Watson defeated Pennell 6-3 in his first set, leading 4-0 when Pennell retired from the match.
Motsinger defeated Cardinal’s teammates 6-2, 6-0 to win the FH2A Singles Championship.
Pardu and Edmonds were the first seeds of the doubles tournament, thanks to their perfect 12-0 record as a doubles team in conference play.
North Sally’s Jordan Inman and Ty Richardson defeated North Wilkes’ Caleb Parsons and Lucas Verrier 8-6 in the opening round. The Greyhound duo met Pardu and Edmonds in the quarterfinals, losing 6-1 and 6-1.
East Sally’s Talton and Lowry, Seed No. 4, defeat West Wilkes team 8-1 in the first round (West Wilkes doesn’t have a roster available in MaxPreps), and the Cardinal pair is Four Bush. Defeated Wyatt Graham and Cayden Funk 3 in -6, 6-4, 6-2 to advance to the semi-finals.
In the lower half of the bracket, Hennings and Norman of Forbush were the second seeds. East Sally’s Loupe Chavez and Noah Hopkins defeat North Wilkes’ Marshall Welborn and Evan de Buke 8-0 in the opening round, Norman and Hopkins defeat the Cardinal team 7-5, 4-6, 6-1 I did.
Sally Central’s Tucker and McMillen’s sixth-placed team defeated West Wilkes’ team 8-0 in the opening round, and North Sally’s third-seeded Holding Hall and Nathan Lattimore’s team 6-2, 6- It exceeded by 2. Reach the semi-finals.
Paldu and Edmonds defeated Talton and Rouwen 6-0, 6-3 in one semi-final, while Tucker and McMillen’s team defeated Forbush Norman and Hennings 6-0, 6-2 in the other semi-final. rice field.
Pardu and Edmonds defeated their Golden Eagle teammates 6-2, 6-2 to win the FH2A Doubles Championship.
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