Omak girls and boys tennis teams complete sweep over Lake Roosevelt
OMAK – As the season reaches the midpoint, Colville tribal members Tarissa and Raven Clark of Lake Roosevelt keep finding ways to win matches.
The number one girls doubles team for Lake Roosevelt earned another big win over Omak’s Tori Beaver and Perla Meza winning in straight sets (6-4, 6-4) on Friday evening in non-league action.
“Our number 1 girls doubles team beat the Omak girls, and they are poised to make a good showing in post season play,” said Steve Archer, head coach for Lake Roosevelt.
Despite a big win for the Clark’s, the Omak boys and girls tennis teams would go on to beat Lake Roosevelt 5-0 and 3-2 in the team score department as this wraps up the final time these two schools will play each other this season.
The Omak boys are currently in second place in the Caribou Trail League with a 3-1 league mark and 8-2 overall on the year. The Lady Pioneers are currently in fourth place in the CTL with a 1-3 league record and 6-4 overall.
The Lake Roosevelt girls tennis team despite the loss, still finds themselves near the top of the Central Washington B League as they sit in third place with a 5-2 league record and are 5-4 overall.
Number one singles for Lake Roosevelt Alexia Ryan made quick work of Omak’s Ashley Cline, beating her in straight sets (6-2, 6-0).
Tribal Descendant Savannah Hobrecht, number two singles for Lake Roosevelt, lost to Lupita Moriel of Omak (6-0, 6-2) and Heatherly Budravage of Lake Roosevelt lost to Sam Vedders of Omak (6-0, 6-0).
Number two doubles team for Lake Roosevelt Keziah Stice and Rainy Vargas lost to Tyler Worden and Sofia Fletcher of Omak 6-1, 7-6(7-4).
After losing half their squad last year to senior graduates, the Lake Roosevelt’s boys tennis team has fallen on hard times as they are 2-5 in league play and 2-7 overall in a rebuilding year.
In number one singles action for the boys, Tucker Keeley of Lake Roosevelt lost to Omak standout Chase Grillo (6-0, 6-0).
Lake Roosevelt was forced to forfeit their number two and three singles matches but tribal member Morgan George still was able to get some action in as he defeated Adam Hendrick of Omak (7-5, 6-4) (but recorded as loss). Tucker Keeley of Lake Roosevelt defeated Joshua Hansen of Omak 6-1 (but recorded as loss).
The duo of tribal members Morgan George and Terry Yazzie lost to Omak’s Braeden O’Dell and Stuart Law (6-1, 6-0) and in number two doubles action, Isaiah Marconi & Nicholas Engeseth of Lake Roosevelt lost to Omak’s Jacob Hurlbert & Jonny Stenberg (6-2, 6-3).
Scores from Lake Roosevelt’s girls home match vs. Entiat on Tuesday evening are listed below. The Lady Raiders won 5-0.
Number 1. Alexia Ryan of Lake Roosevelt defeated Cyrene Ramirez (6-2, 6-0). Number 2. Savannah Hobrecht of Lake Roosevelt defeated Karina Olmos (6-1, 6-0).
Number 3. Heatherly Budravage of Lake Roosevelt defeated Kaylee Cox (6-0, 6-1)
Number 1. Raven Clark and Tarissa Clark defeated Libby Southard & Cyrene Ramirez (6-1, 6-3). Number 2. Rainy Vargas and Keziah Stice defeated Ginny Kammeyer & Kylie Bush (6-1, 6-0).
“At girls first doubles, we got Raven Clark back from her trip to Paris where she had visited the Church of Notre Dame which recently burned,” said Archer. “Raven and Tarissa had a real good win against Entiat’s strong team of Southard and Ramirez.”
“They burned up the court!”
Scores from Lake Roosevelt’s boys home match vs. Entiat on Tuesday evening are listed below. The Raiders won 3-1.
Number 1. Morgan George defeated Jaime Padilla (6-4, 6-2). Number 2. Terry Yazzie defeated Carlos Guerrero (6-0, 6-0). Number 3. Neither team has a 3rd single.
“Morgan George was down in the first set 2-4 but won the next 4 games in a row for the win,” Archer said. “He stayed ahead for the entire deciding 2nd set.”
Number 1. Tucker Keeley & Nicholas Engeseth lost to Jamie Padilla & Yancy Ayala (6-0, 6-3)
2. Isaiah Marconi & Showaway Hunt won by forfeit but played Carlos Guerrero & Yancy Ayala (6-1, 7-5).
“This was a pretty decisive win for both girls and boys. Everyone played very well,” said Archer.
Most current up to date standings for the boys and girls listed below: