Avid gamers from the Charlotte and Raleigh space dominated play Saturday in the squawk girls’ tennis championships, winning three of the four crew titles and 6 of eight individual championships.

Charlotte Catholic had the finest day, sweeping the singles, doubles and crew titles in 3A.

Group championships had been sure on the premise of how singles and doubles entries from colleges fared.

Other space crew champions had been Hough in 4A and Pine Lake Prep in 1A. Hendersonville gained the 2A crew title.

Pine Lake Prep’s Andersen Schubert efficiently defended her 1A singles championship and become once named that division’s Most Treasured Participant.

In 3A, Charlotte Catholic’s Maggie Gehrig, member of a 2019 title doubles crew, gained the singles championship this time. Her doubles companion in 2019, Ava Tan, teamed with Kaitlyn Tozzi to favor the 2021 doubles crown.

The last girls’ tennis squawk championships had been held in November 2019.

Any other repeat champion become once Fred T. Foard’s Alexis Wolgemuth in 2A. She gained in doubles in 2019 and took the 2A singles crown Saturday.

And a crew from Study Triangle High took the 1A doubles crown.

Listed here are highlights from every tournament:

Class 4A

Mooresville’s Julie Abrams, a doubles runner-up in 2019, defeated Millbrook’s Jill gruber 6-2, 6-2 for the singles crown at Millbrook Replace Park in Raleigh.

Cary’s Brianna Viets and Hough’s Orianna Espinoza lost in the semifinals, however Espinoza become once named 4A’s Most Treasured Participant.

The doubles crown went to the Hoggard crew of Elizabeth Vollmin and Macy Morrison. They beat Hough’s Jessica Branon and Meir Volk in a marathon final, 3-6, 7-6 (7-5), 7-6 (7-4).

Falling in the semifinals had been Myers Park’s Carson Weber and Mia Basinger, and Leesville Freeway’s Diana Higgins and Rachel Alvis.

Class 3A

Charlotte Catholic Maggie Gehrig swept Madison Hill of Jay M. Robinson 6-2, 6-2 for the singles title at Burlington Tennis Advanced.

In doubles, the Cougars’ Tan and Tozzi downed Marvin Ridge’s Avery Sager and Jeslyn Pratiknjo 6-2, 6-2. The East Chapel Hill crew of Ingrid Mast and Maddie Moore lost in the semifinals.

Class 2A

Fred T. Foard’s Alexis Wolgemuth gained a three-reputation battle over Jessica Fuchas of Oak Grove, 6-1, 1-6, 6-4, for the title. Newton-Conover’s Alexa Allison lost in the semifinals.

Hendersonville’s sisters crew of McCullough and Eliza Perry downed Salisbury’s Lillie Rusher and Meredith Burton 6-2, 6-1 in the finals. West Lincoln’s Brogan Heavner and Etta Godfrey fell in the semifinals.

McCullough Perry become once named Most Treasured Participant. The meet become once held at Cary Tennis Park.

Class 1A

Gray Stone Day’s Emma Grace Bost, a semifinalist in 2019, battled Pine Lake Prep’s Andersen Schubert to three gadgets in the title match, with Schubert winning 6-7 (7-3), 7-5, 6-0.

Franklin Academy’s Helen Brockmann lost in the semifinals at Cary Tennis Park.

The doubles title went to Study Triangle’s Sabrina Grewal and Olivia Hankinson, by a 7-6 (7-5), 6-0 rating over East Surry’s Tara Martin and Evelyn Ruedisueli.

Falling in the semifinals had been Pine Lake Prep’s crew of Sophia Taffet and Syria Mannepalli and the Franklin Academy crew of Anisah Sison and Abby Armistead.

Steve Lyttle on Twitter: @slyttle

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