Knights slay Grizzlies in tennis

Posted 3/15/19

SILER CITY — The Chatham Charter boys tennis team disposed of visiting Clover Garden 8-1 March 7 in a 1A Central Tar Heel Conference contest.

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Knights slay Grizzlies in tennis

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SILER CITY — The Chatham Charter boys tennis team disposed of visiting Clover Garden 8-1 March 7 in a 1A Central Tar Heel Conference contest.

Chatham Charter (1-0 conference, 2-0 overall) dropped the initial contest of the day before making short work of the Grizzlies.

Clover Garden’s Matt Hall captured the top-seeded singles affair 3-6, 6-1, 10-8 in the most competitive match of the day over Tristan McInturff.

From that point forward, however, it was all Knights as the locals rattled off eight consecutive wins.

At No. 2, Carson Lamb defeated Blake Foley 6-1, 6-1 before Martin Meglar cruised past Elijah Tucker 6-3, 6-1 at No. 3.

Leading 2-1, Chatham Charter added two more victories with Josh Lineberry routing Cody Mason 6-1, 6-2 at No. 4, and Cody Morgan earning a 6-2, 6-1 win over Dante Chavez at No. 5 to increase the locals advantage to 4-1.

A forfeit at No. 6 singles clinched the match win for the Knights, who added a sweep in doubles to close out the 8-1 triumph.

In No. 1 doubles action, Lamb and Morgan took down Hall and Mason 8-4 before Harrison Fogleman and Lane Crowder eased by Foley and Tucker 8-5 at No. 2.

Clover Garden would forfeit the final doubles contest to make the final 8-1.

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