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NW Shoals takes matches from MCC

By Staff
March 18, 2001
From staff reports
Meridian Community College's tennis team played its first home action of the spring season Saturday at Northeast Park, but both the Eagles and Lady Eagles fell to visiting Northwest (Ala.) Shoals Community College.
Northwest's men took a 6-3 win over Meridian, while the MCC women fell 8-1.
Meridian returns to action Wednesday, when both squads host Gulf Coast Community College, also at Northeast Park.
Here's a rundown of MCC's action from Saturday:
Men's No. 1 Singles: Stewart Everett (MCC) def. Ryan Roberson (NW) 6-4, 7-5;
Men's No. 2 Singles: Adam Simmons (NW) def. Albert Smith (MCC) 6-2, 6-4;
Men's No. 3 Singles: Chris Coates (NW) def. Brad Dearman (MCC) 6-4, 1-6, 6-1;
Men's No. 4 Singles: Matt Milligan (NW) def. Bard Curto (MCC) 6-2, 6-1;
Men's No. 5 Singles: Dustin Davidson (MCC) def. Jason Hendrix (NW) 6-3, 7-5;
Men's No. 6 Singles: Ryan Cowley (NW) def. Kevin McDonald (MCC) 6-2, 6-1;
Men's No. 1 Doubles: Smith-Everett (MCC) def. Roberson-Coats (NW) 8-4;
Men's No. 2 Doubles: Simmons-Hendrix (NW) def. Davidson-McDonald (MCC) 8-6;
Men's No. 3 Doubles: Milligan-Coates (NW) def. Curto-Dearman (MCC) 8-3;
Women's No. 1 Singles: Kelly Trebisky (MCC) def. Mandy Edwards (NW) 6-4, 3-6, 6-2;
Women's No. 2 Singles: Kristen Harrison (NW) def. Dana Vance (MCC) 6-0, 6-2;
Women's No. 3 Singles: Brooke Merchants (NW) def. Jill Hathorn (MCC) 6-0, 6-1;
Women's No. 4 Singles: Kim Hester (NW) def. Meredith Vance (MCC) 6-3, 6-1;
Women's No. 5 Singles: Andi Underwood (NW) def. Lauren Gavin (MCC) 6-2, 6-0;
Women's No. 6 Singles: Kelli Vinson (NW) def. Jamie Kirkley (MCC) 6-3, 6-1;
Women's No. 1 Doubles: Edwards-Harrison (NW) def. Trebisky-Hathorn (MCC) 8-4;
Women's No. 2 Doubles: Merchant-Hester (NW) def. Vance-Vance (MCC) 8-4; and
Women's No. 3 Doubles: Vinson-Underwood (NW) def. Gavin-Anna Bailey (MCC) 8-1.

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