STATE HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS TOURNAMENTS: Whittemore, Castaneda advance in girls singles

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Coeur d’Alene High sophomore Madi Whittemore and Lake City freshman Zannah Castaneda advanced in girls singles at the state 5A tennis tournament in Boise.

Much like the northern part of the state, rain moved matches to the Boise Racquet and Swim Club for Friday’s play.

5A

BOYS TEAM SCORES — 1 (tie), Eagle, Rocky Mountain, Timberlin, 8. 4, Boise 6. 5, Centennial 3. 6, Capital 2.5. 7 (tie), Meridian, Thunder Ridge 2. 9 (tie), Highland, Lake City, Lewiston, Madison, Mountain View 1. 14, Coeur d’Alene 0.5. 15 (tie), Borah, Post Falls, Skyview 0.

GIRLS TEAM SCORES — 1, Timberline 8. 2, Boise 6. 3 (tie), Highland, Mountain View 5. 5 (tie), Eagle, Skyview 4. 7 (tie), Capital, Coeur d’Alene 2.5. 9 (tie), Borah, Lake City 2. 11 (tie), Centennial, Lewiston, Madison, Meridian, Post Falls, Rocky Mountain, Thunder Ridge 0.

BOYS SINGLES — Jack DuCoeur, Lake City, 1-1; Noah Cobb, Coeur d’Alene, 0-2; Jacob Janzen, Lake City, 0-2.

BOYS DOUBLES — Kobie DeLeonard/Guillermo Fernandez, Coeur d’Alene, 0-1; Gabe Gates/Leon Fleck, Lake City, 0-1; Paul Wineinger/Daniel Olvera, Lake City, 0-1.

GIRLS SINGLES — Zannah Castaneda, Lake City, 1-0; Madi Whittemore, Coeur d’Alene, 1-0; Kiki Cates, Lake City, 0-1.

GIRLS DOUBLES — Chloe Teets/Schreyer Jones, Lake City, 0-1; Kim Gunnerson/Maggie Bloom, Coeur d’Alene, 0-1; Kaisa Stowers/Amber Steenburgh, Post Falls, 0-1.

MIXED DOUBLES — Sarah Wilkey/Nez Ogle, Coeur d’Alene, 1-1; Chris Swider/Sarah Swider, Coeur d’Alene, 0-1; Breanna Torres/Nick Brown, Lake City, 0-1.

4A

BOYS TEAM SCORES — 1, Bonneville 8, 2 (tie), Bishop Kelly, Middleton 7. 4, Blackfoot 5. 5 (tie), Ridgevue, Twin Falls 4. 7, Idaho Falls 3. 8 (tie), Caldwell, Jerome, Moscow, Nampa, Skyline, Wood River 2. 14 (tie), Burley, Canyon Ridge, Century, Columbia, Hillcrest, Lakeland, Minico, Pocatello, Sandpoint, Vallivue 0.

GIRLS TEAM SCORES — 1, Bishop Kelly 9. 2, Century 6. 3 (tie), Idaho Falls, Middleton 5. 5 (tie), Hillcrest, Ridgevue, Sandpoint, Vallivue 4. 10 (tie), Bonneville, Moscow 2. 12, Blackfoot 1. 13 (tie), Burley, Caldwell, Canyon Ridge, Jerome, Lakeland, Minico, Nampa, Pocatello, Skyline, Twin Falls, Wood River 0.

BOYS SINGLES — Nathan Peck, Lakeland, 0-1.

BOYS DOUBLES — David Durfee/Cody Wilding, Lakeland, 0-1.

MIXED DOUBLES — Abbie Gagnier/Caleb Pearson, Lakeland, 0-1.

3A

BOYS TEAM SCORES — 1, Sun Valley Community School 22. 2, Fruitland 13. 3, Weiser 9. 4, Parma 8. 5 (tie), Clearwater Valley, Payette, Sugar-Salem 4. 8, Gooding 3. 9 (tie), Cd’A Charter, Clark Fork, Culdesac, Grangeville, Orofino, Ririe 0.

GIRLS TEAM SCORES — 1, Parma 14. 2, Weiser 11. 3, Fruitland 9. 4, Ririe 4. 5 (tie), Grangeville, Orofino 2. 7, Gooding 1. 8 (tie), Cd’A Charter, Clark Fork, Clearwater Valley, Culdesac, Payette, Sugar-Salem, Sun Valley Community School 0.

BOYS SINGLES — Ian Fleming, Cd’A Charter, 0-1; Logan Koenig, Cd’A Charter, 0-1.

BOYS DOUBLES — Gabriel Kalamani/Brandon King, Cd’A Charter, 0-1;

GIRLS SINGLES — Hannah Burt, Cd’A Charter, 0-1.

GIRLS DOUBLES — Olivia Chang/Megan MacKinney, Cd’A Charter, 0-1.

MIXED DOUBLES — Lauren Faulkner/Nemo Vest Wu, Cd’A Charter, 0-1; Simone Johnson/Dylan McCaughan, Cd’A Charter, 0-1.

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