Upper Sandusky lost at home Wednesday evening to Marion Harding in girls tennis.
Upper Sandusky is now 3-4 on the season, while Harding improves to 6-3.
1st Singles - Maggie Pitts (H) def. Jodi Smalley 6-1, 6-0
2nd Singles - Sydney Schryer (US) def. Destiny Meaney 7-5, 7-5
3rd Singles - Dani Conigy (US) def. Rhiannon Reed 6-2, 6-1
1st Doubles - Hunter Stoneburner/Veda Patterson (H) def. Mara Smalley/Mady West 6-4, 6-3
2nd Doubles - Nicole Flock/Autumn Rawlins (H) def. Emma Schoenberger/Lyndsey McQuown 7-6(7-3), 6-3
Coach Aaron Frazee said, "A good effort from our girls, especially Sydney Schryer and Dani Conigy, who both came away with wins. Maggie Pitts is one of the better players in the area and Jodi had her hands full with her. But she didn't back down at all and we talked about how, in this sport, you get better by seeing better competition. She will benefit from this match in the long run. We are struggling to find the right combinations at doubles right now and we will continue to tinker with the lineup to find what works. We need to get points at the doubles spots in tight matches. We are just so young and inexperienced right now. We will continue to work and get better each day."
Abby Davidson won a JV Singles match 6-1.
Makayla Field and Anna Koepke won a JV doubles match 6-3.