Kenton hosted Bluffton Tuesday night in their second match this season and came away with  5-0 win.

Kenton won their previous match against Bluffton away last week 3-2.

 

“Tonight was a great match for our Kenton players,” said Coach Katie Isenbarger. “The girls came and played their games and were all making great shots and had many winners and less unforced errors tonight than in previous matches.”

 

Winning for the wildcats at first singles was Mykaela Schriber who bested Erin Hotmire 6-4, 6-3. Second singles Kelsey Flowers won 6-0, 6-1 against Bluffton’s Raychel Avila. Kenton’s third singles Lily Osborn topped Amelia Mitchell 6-2, 6-3. In doubles action, first doubles Elizabeth Heintz and Abigail Hartshorn beat Bluffton’s Emma Klinger and Caity Zimmerman 6-4, 6-1. Second doubles Abigail Oberlitner and Kayce Sherman won 6-2, 6-1 over Pearl Lewandowski and Julia Smallcombe.

 

“I was really proud to see Lily at third singles and Kayce and Abby win at second doubles tonight. Kayce and Abby lost such a close match last time that tonight they came out and were able to break down their opponents and win their games. They had great net game and were hustling for almost all of their points. Lily also hustled and had great composure tonight. She stayed patient and did a good job moving her opponent up and back on the court. She really has come a long way in her shot selection this season. We are really looking forward to next week and are happy the girls are peaking at the right time.”