Berkeley Springs High School Girls Tennis Team shutout Frankfort 7-0 last week, while the boys downed Hedgesville 5-2.
"Beating Frankfort was a nice confidence builder for our girls after losing two matches last week, and the boys continued to impress by downing their second Class AAA opponent" said Berkeley Springs coach Neil Heard.
The girls defeated the Lady Falcons 7-0, in Ridgeley, on Tuesday, March 20. The win was one-sided as the Indians only lost five total games in the entire match.
Kelsey Weimer (1 singles), Rebecca Henry (2 singles) and Erin Close (3 singles) won by the same score of 8-0. Chelsea Breeden continued the singles sweep with an 8-2 win in the number four singles match. Weimer and Close won their number one doubles match 8-0 as did the number two doubles team of Henry and Breeden. Monica McBee and Courtney Smith completed the shutout with an 8-3 victory in the number three doubles match.
Frankfort does not have a boys team.
On Thursday, March 22, both the girls and boys team traveled to Hedgesville. The Lady Indians lost to the Eagles 5-2, while the boys turned the table with a 5-2 victory.
Weimer and Close won the number one doubles match 8-2, while Close had an 8-3 win in the number three singles match for Berkeley Springs two points in the girls match.
The Berkeley Springs boys team swept the singles matches and then won the number three doubles match in a tie-breaker for the 5-2 win.
Dakota Maravelis (1 singles) won 8-1, Logan Webster (2 singles) was an 8-5 winner, Brian Close (3 singles) posted an 8-3 victory, while James Davison completed the singles sweep with an 8-5 win. Landon Orndorff and Thad Osborne won the doubles tie-breaker.
"We are looking forward to this week, and especially the PVC Championships on Saturday," said Heard.
Berkeley Springs travels to Keyser today, March 28, to Washington tomorrow, before heading to Petersburg on Saturday for the PVC Tournament.