Mt. Pleasant tennis team posts shutout
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Clayton Howard, Chris Mull and Kevin Chearney earned singles victories, as Mt. Pleasant picked up a 5-0 victory over California in Section 1-AA boys tennis action Wednesday.
Howard scored a 6-0, 6-0 win over John Mihalek, Mull defeated Mario Tiverie, 6-4, 6-2, and Chearney earned a 6-1, 6-0 victory over Lucas Tranchita.
E.J. DeSabato and Tyler Secosky won in first doubles, and Alex Temple and Adam McClain were victorious at second doubles for the Vikings (2-2, 1-1).
Kiski Area 5, Connellsville 0 — Charles Law, Thad Paunovich and Tyler Paunovich won their singles matches in straight sets to lead Kiski Area (2-0, 2-0) to a Section 1-AAA win. Zach Ferraccio and Adam Ballish and Sean DeCarlo and Evan Squeirles won their doubles matches, 6-1, 6-1 and 6-1, 6-0, respectively.
Jeff Medvec, Jim Manges and Tyler McFadden competed in singles for Connellsville (0-3, 0-2).
Greensburg Salem 5, Southmoreland 0 — Parker Jorgensen, Tyler Brinton and Jake Bringe won their singles matches in straight sets to lead Greensburg Salem (2-0) to a Section 1-AA victory. Tyler Hood and Jordan Schall won first doubles in three sets after dropping the first, 6-7, 6-2, 6-4.
Tyler Fox, Kevin Bundridge and David Simon played singles for Southmoreland (0-2).
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