Norfolk High girls tennis competes in Heartland Athletic Conference Championships

The Norfolk High girls tennis team competed in yesterday’s Heartland Athletic Conference Championships at the Woods Tennis Center. 

Lincoln Pius X was the champion with 100 points.  They won by six points.  The Lady Panthers were eleventh in the twelve-team competition with 19 points.  Sydney Reynolds went 1-2 in #1 Singles while Hope Fossum recorded a 1-2 mark in #2 Singles.  Kylie Freudenburg & Kyla Robinson were 1-2 in #1 Doubles.  Karly Kalin & Chelsea Strom went 2-1 in #2 Doubles.

The Norfolk Panthers Girls Varsity tennis traveled to Lincoln on Wednesday, May 12th to compete in the Heartland Athletic Conference Championships @ Woods Tennis Center in Lincoln. Norfolk finished in 11th place in the 12-team invitational. Team scores were as follows:

Lincoln Pius X 100 Columbus 37

Lincoln Southwest 94 Lincoln High 33

Lincoln Southeast 86 Fremont 31

Kearney 62 Grand Island 24

Lincoln East 62 Norfolk 19

Lincoln North Star 46 Lincoln Northeast 6

Individual results for the Panther squad were as follows:

#1 Singles: Sydney Reynolds Record: 1 – 2

Lost to Jeana Phan, Lincoln North Star 6 – 2, 6 - 2

Defeated Sarah Lasso, Columbus 8 – 6

Lost to Jules Schmidt, Fremont 8 – 1

#2 Singles: Hope Fossum Record: 1 – 2

Lost to Ella Kostal, Lincoln Southeast 6 – 1, 6 - 0

Defeated Annika Staab, Grand Island 8 – 1

Lost to Abby Loeffelholz, Columbus 8 – 3

#1 Doubles: Kylie Freudenburg & Kyla Robinson Record: 1 – 2

Lost to Anna Boyd & Liz Young, Kearney 7 – 5, 6 – 0

Defeated Kyla Magee & Chelsea Faulkner, Lincoln Northeast 8 – 3

Lost to Tawnie Escamilla & Adisyn Mendlik, Fremont 8 – 0

#2 Doubles: Karly Kalin & Chelsea Strom Record: 2 – 1

Lost to Grace Blcik & Kenzie Kirby, Fremont 6 – 3, 6 - 2

Defeated Finley Evans & Emma Tennant, Grand Island 8 – 4

Defeated Kate Bergmeyer & Maria Garcia, Lincoln High 8 – 6

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