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Connellsville unable to hold off Penn-Trafford

| Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2008

The tandem of Alyssa Augustine and Rachelle Wiltrout picked up a win at first doubles, but the Connellsville girls tennis team (0-1, 0-1) lost at Penn-Trafford, 4-1, in a Section 1-AAA match. Megan Hudak, Shelby Riazzi and Maria Iovino earned singles wins for the Lady Warriors (1-0, 1-0), and Brittany Bauer and Nicole Slagle were victorious at second doubles.

Southmoreland 5, Washington 0

Karyssa Gault, Kaylie Schroyer and Cassie Eiford won at first through third singles, respectively, as the Lady Scotties (1-0, 1-0) opened with a Section 1-AA victory over host Washington. Bri Pocratsky and Maggie Echard teamed up for a first-doubles victory. Rachel Vassina and Sarah Albright was the winning duo at second doubles.

Mt. Pleasant 5, Jeannette 0

Rebecca Cenkner, Shayla Landman and Alex Chop each earned a shutouts in respective singles, as the Lady Vikings (1-0, 1-0) coasted to a Section 1-AA win. Jessica McKetta and Stephanie Sleva swept their first-doubles match, and Rachel Bradley and Heather Grant won in straight sets at second doubles.

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