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Tennis Gamecocks have rough go of it in Savannah

With their regular season having closed with a trip to Swainsboro Wenesday, the SCHS Gamecock tennis team fell three times over the weekend in the Coastal Empire Tennis Classic played on Savannah’s Bacon Park Courts.
Standing at 6-10 going into that match with Swainsboro, the Roosters will face 3AA-A champion Dublin in the first round of the one-day April 15 region tournament played at the Mill Creek Complex in Statesboro.
Assured of a trip to the state tournament whose opening round must be completed by April 24, the Red and White ran into a rough road in Chatham County facing the 2013 Region 2AA runner-up Benedictine Cadets and the 2013 Region 1AAA champion Brantley County Herons on Friday.
Opening with BC, a team SCHS defeated 3-2 in the same tournament a year ago, the locals lost an extremely tough match to the Cadets by a 3-2 margin.
Ryan Bazemore (7-5, 6-3) and No. 1 doubles Zachary Weaver and James Woods (6-4, 7-5) picked up the wins.
The other three matches were extremely competitive; the Roosters having a shot at each.
Jacob Lariscy (6-7(5), 3-6), Mason Oglesby (2-6, 4-6), and the team of Zachary Anderson and Matthew Thomas (3-6, 5-7) fell.
The team of Anderson and Thomas fell just short of forcing a 10-point third-set tie breaker.
The late match with Brantley proved more difficult as the Gamecocks fell 5-0. Scores were Lariscy (2-6, 3-6); Bazemore (2-6, 4-6); Oglesby (2-6, 2-6); Weaver/Woods (2-6, 4-6); and Anderson/ Thomas (2-6, 4-6).
Their only match on Saturday saw the Red and White fall to AAAAA Effingham County 4-1.
The teams faced each other Feb. 27 in Sylvania with the Rebels claiming a 3-2 win.
SCHS picked up its win in doubles with Weaver/Woods taking it 7-6(6), 2-6, 10-6. The other doubles duo (Anderson/Thomas) almost pushed to a third set again, but fell 2-6, 6-7(3). Singles scores were Lariscy (3-6, 2-6); Bazemore (2-6, 4-6); and Oglesby (4-6, 2-6).