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Win-loss-tie for Buff tennis

by: Photo By Gary Lindberg - Amanda Goodson and her first doubles partner Samantha Blann played three tiebreakers during Madras' opening week.

Warm weather greeted the Madras tennis teams in an opening week of three matches each. Each team went 1-1-1 to start the season.
   The White Buffalo boys scored a 5-2 victory against Mountain View last Wednesday by sweeping the doubles in straight sets.
   Madras' victories included the No. 1 team of Mervyn Garcia and Skylar Sensibaugh, second team of Jonathan Hutchins and Nick Henderson, No. 3 team of Jason Garcia and Diego Figueroa plus the fourth team of Daniel Serrano and Daniel Bueno Jr. Erza Pasikatan added a three-set victory at fourth singles.
   Those same doubles teams gave the Buffs a 4-4 result against Sisters on Friday. Madras opened the season with a 6-2 loss at Crook County
   Girls
   Madras finished the week with a dominating 7-1 victory against Sisters.
   The Buffs swept the singles matches, led by No. 1 player Addie Estimo. Sandra Stovall in the second slot and Chelsea Asbury at No. 3 also won in straight sets. Meagan Fine secured the sweep with a three-set win.
   Three Madras doubles teams won in straight sets: Kathaleen Green and Paige Jorgensen at No. 2, Kadie Manion and Tamera Moody at No. 3 plus Ana Reynoso and Maria McCool at No. 4 doubles.
   A Thursday match at Mountain View was halted due to darkness with a 3-3 score. Asbury and Fine won singles matches with Fine needing three sets. The teams split a pair of three-set doubles matches with Green and Jorgensen prevailing.
   Crook County defeated Madras 6-2 in a Tuesday, March 13 match.