The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa


April 18, 2014

Camanche slides past


Hilgendorf and Parker also won their doubles match 8-3 while Devries and Cundiff dropped their doubles match as a pair, 8-3.

“Brett turned around and played very well in doubles,” Montgomery added.

PV thumps Camanche 9-0

The Camanche boys tennis team could have used the turnaround that Vogel had during its matches against Pleasant Valley as the Indians (1-1) dropped all nine matches to the Spartans.

Tait Vogel and sophomore Zach Phillips were the lone Indians to score in their singles matches, and Phillips won the most games with three. Vogel won one game while the top four tennis players got blanked 10-0.

In the doubles matches, Camanche dropped all three. Top players Seth Boysen and Tanner Atkinson lost 10-1, Harsh Patel and Devin Michels lost 10-0 and Vogel and Phillips fell 10-2.

“That was going to be our toughest match all year,” Atkinson tweeted after the match.



Singles — Kylie Vogel (C) def. Katie Melbourne, 11-9; Lindsay Grams (C) def. Allison Miller, 10-7; Hannah Humes (PV) def. Brett Hilgendorf 10-2; Maddie Parker (C) def. Emily Nutt 10-5; Alexa Devries (C) def. Sarah Bowman 10-6; Emily Brunsma (PV) def. Lexie Cundiff 10-0.

Doubles — Vogel/Grams (C) def. Melbourne/Miller, 9-7; Hilgendorf/Parker (C) def. Humes/Nutt 8-3; Bowman/Bruinsma (PV) def. Devries/Cundiff 8-3.



Singles — Charlie Humes (PV) def. Seth Boysen, 10-0; Sriram Sugumaran (PV) def. Tanner Atkinson 10-0; Ajay Penmatcha (PV) def. Harsh Patel 10-0; Alex Ocel (PV) def. Devin Michels 10-0; Evan Foley (PV) def. Tait Vogel 10-1; Karl Jacschke (PV) def. Zach Phillips 10-3.

Doubles — Humes/Sugumaran (PV) def. Boysen/Atkinson 10-1; Ocel/Penmatcha (PV) def. Patel/Michels 10-0; Foley/Jaschke (PV) def. Vogel/Phillips 10-2.

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