Hornet Boys Tennis
4/7/2017 at Cameron Tournament
<Full Season Results>

(Story by Coach Bob Long)
Singles
1. Nick Malloy: defeated Robert Bremer (Cameron) 8-4
     lost to John Lierz (LeBlond) 1-8
     defeated Bayton Krumme (Savannah) 6-4
     lost to Spencer Cooper (Lafayette County) 3-6
2. Zach Blixt: lost to Tage Young (Savannah) 2-8
     lost to Hunter Martin (Lafayette County) 0-6
Doubles
1. Max Anderson/Jacob Henington:
     lost to Joshua Terrell/Cade Conley (Warrensburg) 4-8
     lost to Gian Lombardino/Nic Shultz (LeBlond) 3-6
2. Tyler Maasdam/Bryce Larson:
     defeated Cade Ockenfels/Creed Houghton (Trenton) 8-4
     lost to Andy Burns/Sean Davis (LeBlond) 2-8
     defeated Seth Summers/Elijah Gordon (Lafayette County) 6-2
     lost to Cade Ockenfels/Creed Houghton (Trenton) 1-6

     The Chillicothe Hornets varsity participated in the eight team Cameron Invitational Friday, April 7 (Chillicothe, Cameron, LeBlond, Warrensburg, Trenton, Warrensburg, Lafayette County, Savannah). The Hornets top two players, seniors Max Anderson and Jacob Henington, after receiving the number four seed, struggled. They were defeated by the eventual consolation champions from Warrensburg (who lost to the overall champions from Maryville-Brady Archer/Chance Hermelink- 7-9). Their second loss was to a good LeBlond duo. It was a disappointing day for the seniors, but is motivation for the next opportunity.
     Senior Hornet Zach Blixt received his first varsity experience of the season. He began with Savannah's number one player Tage Young (Zach is Chillicothe number 8). In his consolation match, Hunter Martin played consistently. Zach is athletic and has a good forehand. Zach will play in the Benton Tournament and is always ready when the opportunity arises.
     Senior Hornet number five, Nick Malloy, had a good day. After beating Cameron's number two player, Nick was halted by the number one seed John Lierz (eventual single's champion). Nick took a quick lead and eventually held on to beat Krumme (Savannah number three). It took another number one player, this one from Warrensburg to end Nick's day.
     Sophomore Tyler Maasdam and Senior Bryce Larson entered the day undefeated on the season (3-0). After a decisive 8-4 win over the Trenton team, the Hornets lost to the number two seed and eventual fourth place team from LeBlond. Maasdam and Larson played their best tennis against Lafayette County, but couldn't repeat the effort allowing the Trenton team to avenge their earlier loss.

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