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Brevard Picks Up Three Wins In 48-Hour Marathon Session

 

October 4, 2018

Nyx Siniard hits a return during Brevard's match Tuesday afternoon against Smoky Mountain. The junior fell, 8-1, but picked up a 9-8 win on Monday to help Brevard defeat Franklin, 5-4. (Times photos by Jeremiah Reed) CLICK PHOTO FOR GALLERY OR PURCHASE OPTIONS

It was a hectic 48 hours for the Brevard Lady Blue Devil tennis team this week, as Brevard played four matches in two days to make up for rainouts.

However, Brevard came away with an impressive 3-1 record, defeating Franklin twice on Monday and splitting a pair of matches against Smoky Mountain on Tuesday.

Not only was it a tight schedule, the matches were all condensed to 8-game pro sets to speed things up.

In the first match on Monday, Brevard beat Franklin 5-2.

Winners included Sadie Tynch (8-6), Eliza Graham (8-3), Chayse Chandler (9-7) and Morgan Nelkie (8-1).

The doubles pair of Eda Riemann-Royer and Nelkie gave Brevard the victory with their 8-4 win in the number two doubles spot.

The two teams turned around and played again, with the Lady Blue Devils earning a 5-1 win.

Eda Riemann-Royer was part of three doubles victories for Brevard this week. Along with partner, Morgan Nelkie, Riemann-Royer won one match against Franklin and two matches against Smoky Mountain. CLICK PHOTO FOR GALLERY OR PURCHASE OPTIONS

Winners included Tynch and Graham, along with Esther Monahan (8-0), Zoe Mihalas (8-4) and Nyx Siniard (9-8 via 7-5 tiebreaker).

In game one of Tuesday's doubleheader against Smoky Mountain, Brevard won 5-4.

Winners included Graham (9-8 via 7-5 tiebreaker), Chandler (8-6) and Nelkie (8-3).

Graham and Mihalas paired up for an 8-1 doubles victory, while Riemann-Royer and Nelkie won 8-3.

The Lady Blue Devils fell 5-4 in game two.

Winners were Mihalas (8-3) and Chandler (8-5).

On the doubles side, Riemann-Royer and Nelkie picked up another win, 8-2, as did the duo of Brianna Jacquin and Anna Long, who won 8-3.

The Lady Blue Devils record currently stands at 4-4, with all matches coming against Mountain Six Conference opponents.

Brevard's final two matches are on the road – Thursday at Hendersonville and next Tuesday at Pisgah.

 
 

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