WATA middle school team wins Schroeder Invitational


The Wilmington Area Tennis Association middle school tennis team, winners of the Schroeder Middle School Invitational tennis tournament Saturday, from left to right, tournament director Bud Schroeder, Avery Bradshaw, Brenten Nielsen, Parker Henry, Caleb Reed, Jacob Romer, Claire Burns, Jenna Taylor, WATA MS coach Cathy Fay.


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TIPP CITY — The Wilmington Area Tennis Association middle school tennis team won the inaugural eight-team Schroeder Middle School Invitational tennis tournament Saturday.

The Wilmington team defeated Troy 3-2 in the championship match. The young Hurricane squad opened the tournament with a 5-0 win over Sidney in the first round then knocked off Miamisburg in the semifinals.

“A great win,” WATA middle school coach Cathy Fay said. “I was thrilled how well everyone played. Great effort was demonstrated by every player.”

SUMMARY

May 13, 2017

@Tipp City

Schroeder Invitational

Singles

• Avery Bradshaw won against Sidney 8-6; won against Miamisburg 8-5; lost to Troy 1-8

• Jacob Romer won against Sidney 8-4; won against Miamisburg 8-4; lost to Troy 1-8

• Caleb Reed won against Sidney 8-1; lost to Miamisburg 3-8; won against Troy 8-0

Doubles

• Claire Burns, Jenna Taylor won against Sidney 8-2; won against Miamisburg 8-3; won against Troy 8-3

• Parker Henry, Brenten Nielson won against Sidney 8-0; won against Miamisburg 8-2; won against Troy 9-7

The Wilmington Area Tennis Association middle school tennis team, winners of the Schroeder Middle School Invitational tennis tournament Saturday, from left to right, tournament director Bud Schroeder, Avery Bradshaw, Brenten Nielsen, Parker Henry, Caleb Reed, Jacob Romer, Claire Burns, Jenna Taylor, WATA MS coach Cathy Fay.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/05/web1_WATA_MS_Tennis.jpgThe Wilmington Area Tennis Association middle school tennis team, winners of the Schroeder Middle School Invitational tennis tournament Saturday, from left to right, tournament director Bud Schroeder, Avery Bradshaw, Brenten Nielsen, Parker Henry, Caleb Reed, Jacob Romer, Claire Burns, Jenna Taylor, WATA MS coach Cathy Fay. Courtesy Photo