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SCHS tennis readies for region tourney

With everything for the regular season said and done, the SCHS Lady Gamecock and Gamecock tennis teams will head to Statesboro’s Mill Creek Tuesday for the one-day Region 3AA tournament.
As only the top two teams from each sub-region advance to the tourney, all four participating teams have qualified.
From each 3AA sub-region, the same pair of schools finished one-two in some order; in the “A” side Dublin (boys and girls No. 1) and East Laurens (boys and girls No. 2) while the “B” side shows SCHS (girls No. 1 and boys No. 2) and Westside (girls No. 2 and boys No. 1).
Winners of the first round matchups Tuesday morning will vie for the region title later that afternoon, having assured themselves of a home match in the first round of the state, while the first-round losers will play for third and fourth and will hit the road for the first round.
The first round of state must be completed by April 24.
Region 3AA tennis, as with all other sports this school year, matches up with Region 1AA. In both boys and girls in 1AA, the perennial playoff teams are Berrien County, Cook County, Fitzgerald, and Thomasville in some order.
The regular season saw the Lady Gamecocks finish at 15-3, culminating with a 4-1 win over home-standing Swainsboro April 2.
Wins came from Jancy Durrence (6-0, 6-0); Pamela Wooten/Haley Jackson (6-0, 6-0); and Hannah Kumjian/Kristin Thomas (6-0, 6-0). Rebekah Woods fell by a 5-7, 3-6 margin. Swainsboro fielded but two singles players.
For the Gamecocks, the regular-season finale had a difficult outcome that featured a 3-2 loss that probably should not have been.
In matches played, SCHS split with Jacob Lariscy (6-4, 5-7, 10-6) and the team of Zachary Weaver/James Woods (6-1, 6-2) winning, but Ryan Bazemore (0-6, 7-6(1), 6-10) and Mason Oglesby (1-6, 0-6) falling.
At No. 2 doubles Zachary Anderson’s partner was a no-show (the Red and White roster now included only seven) and the Gamecocks were forced to forfeit.
The SHS No. 2 doubles team was soundly defeated by the SCHS Lady Gamecocks alternate NO. 2 doubles team of Michaela Iwinski/Allie Bazemore.
Final regular season records for Lady Gamecock regulars show Woods at 9-9; Mallorie Boswell at 13-3; Durrence at 15-2; Wooten/Jackson at 13-2; Iwinski/Bazemore at 5-1; and Kumjian/Thomas at 4-1.
For the Roosters, it is Lariscy at 4-13; Bazemore at 4-6; Oglesby at 6-11; Weaver/Woods at 8-4; and Anderson with eight wins combined with a variety of doubles partners.