The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa

High School Sports

April 8, 2013

Doubles lead Indians to title


Clinton won two of the doubles matches by 10-8 scores, while the other was an 11-9 win.



First round — Nicole Harper (Muscatine) def. Nicole Nielsen (Camanche) 6-2, 4-6 (6); Jamie White (Assumption) def. Maddie Parker (Camanche) 6-0, 6-3.

Consolation semifinals — Nielsen def. Moore (Davenport West) 8-6; Nguyen (West) def. Parker 9-7.

Fifth place — Nielsen def. Nguyen 10-8.

Seventh place — Parker def. Moore 8-3.


Kylie Vogel/Lindsey Grams (Camanche) def. Copeland/Bush (Assumption) 6-0, 6-0; Taylor Bialas/Brett Hilgendorf (Camanche) def. Steele/Olderog (Muscatine) 6-1, 6-0.

Semifinals — Vogel/Grams def. Jeuphing/H. Steele (Muscatine) 6-0, 6-1; Bialas/Hilgendorf def. Burken/Napier (West) 6-0, 3-6 (5).

Championship — Vogel/Grams def. Bialas/Hilgendorf 6-2, 6-3.


Singles — Griffin Rasche (C) def. Elena Wilson 10-5; Megan Jans (ICW) def. Jordan Nelson 10-5; Brittani Langland (ICW) def. Rubina Vidal 11-10 (3); Samantha Brisch (C) def. Maria Burtch 10-3; Gabby Haan (C) def. Erin Weathers 10-6; Shannon Shovlain (C) def. Hannah Smigel 10-6.

Doubles — Rasche/Vidal (C) def. Wilson/Jans 10-8; Nelson/Haan (C) def. Langland/Burtch 11-9; Brisch/Shovlain (C) def. Weathers/Smigel 10-8.


Singles — Eve Small (ICH) def. Rasche 10-5; Innes Hicsasmaz (ICH) def. Nelson 10-7; Vidal (C) def. Kit Finley 10-7; Brisch (C) def. Susanna Gianola 10-7; Haan (C) def. Elizabeth Scheiffer 10-4; Shovlain (C) def. Abbey Vitosh 11-10 (2).

Doubles — Small/Gianola (ICH) def. Rasche/Vidal 10-8; Finley/Scheiffer (ICH) def. Nelson/Haan 10-8; Shovlain/Brisch (C) def. Hicsasmaz/Vitosh 10-4.

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