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Thomasville closes door on SCHS tennis

With a stunning 3-2 comeback against the Lady Gamecocks and a resounding 5-0 win over the Gamecocks, the late-arriving Thomasville Bulldog tennis teams ended the seasons of both SCHS teams on the local courts May 2.  
For the SCHS teams, the girls finished at 20-3, while the boys finished at 10-12 with each claiming their second consecutive Region 3AA title.
For the Lady Gamecocks, who won the first sets in four of their five matches, the defeat was an especially difficult pill to swallow.  
The results started with No. 3 singles Jancy Durrence coming off with a 6-1, 6-0 win and No. 1 singles Rebekah Woods coming off with a 1-6, 0-6 defeat.  
Next off were Michaela Iwinski/Allie Bazemore with a 6-1, 6-3 win at No. 2 doubles.  
SCHS was up a set, but down in their second set, in both remaining matches when the number No. 2 team finished.
No. 2 singles Mallorie Boswell fell 7-6(4), 1-6, 2-6 and the match was even at 2-2.
It then came down to No. 1 doubles.
Behind 0-1 in their third set when Boswell’s match was completed, Pamela Wooten and Haley Jackson eventually fell 7-5, 4-6, 4-6.  
Thomasville, already the only South Georgia team (Regions 1-4) to oust the Red and White from the state playoffs, did it for the third time (2008 and 2012). The Lady Gamecocks ended the Lady Bulldogs season in 2006, 2010 and 2013.
The Gamecocks found the going very tough with Jacob Lariscy (1-6, 1-6); Ryan Bazemore (4-6, 1-6); Mason Oglesby (0-6, 3-6); Zachary Weaver/James Woods (2-6, 4-6); and Zachary Anderson/Bobby Hodges (6-7(4), 2-6) all falling in straight sets.
For the season, the records for the Lady Gamecocks saw sophomore Woods 11-11 at No. 1 singles; senior Boswell 16-4 at No. 2 singles; junior Durrence 19-2 at No. 3 singles; senior Pamela Wooten and junior Haley Jackson 16-3 at No. 1 doubles; and the rotating combination of senior Iwinski and freshman Bazemore along with the freshman duo of Hannah Kumjian/Kristin Thomas at 8-1 and 5-1, respectively, at No. 2 doubles.
There also were other combinations of girls doubles.
Noteworthy also for the Lady Gamecocks were Boswell and Wooten’s career accomplishments.
Boswell finished at 66-10 overall and 58-8 in singles, while Wooten was 59-12, all in doubles.
Boswell’s 58 singles wins leaves her fourth all-time (Kate Freeman-72, Christie Reed-61, Brittany Frankhouser-60, and Kim Wommack-60) while Wooten’s doubles wins are good enough for second all-time (Christie Kemp-78).  
Boswell’s 23 in 2012 is the second most in a single season (Freeman-24 and Whitney Waters-24), while Wooten’s 22 doubles wins in 2012 is the third most (Kemp-27 and Waters 24).
For the Roosters, season records saw senior Lariscy 5-16 at No. 1 singles; senior Bazemore 5-7 at No. 2 singles (he was pulled when he team was ahead in two matches); freshman Oglesby 8-11 at No. 3 singles; seniors Weaver and Woods were 11-4 at No. 1 doubles; while senior  Anderson teamed with senior Hodges to go 6-3 and teamed with sophomore Matthew Thomas to go 6-4 at No. 2 doubles.