“Who finishes first will come down to who scored the most points in their matches,” said Crawford, whose girls team finished tied for first in the region with No. 7-state ranked Eagle’s Landing and No. 9 ranked Drew.
The only loss for the Lady Jags (12-2 overall, 8-1 region) came against Drew. Consequently, Eagle’s Landing beat Drew.
On Wednesday Bea Dallas won 8-2 at No. 2 singles and Savannah Edwards and Lib Moore teamed up to win 8-3 at No. 2 doubles on a day where it all came down to Dallas McKenzie at No. 3 singles. McKenzie Dallas and her opponent were tied 7-all at one point before McKenzie Dallas rallied to win the last two points for the victory and more importantly the third and match-clinching point for the team.
“It was tough on the far end of the court,” she said on a day where wind gusts between 7-12 mph made it a challenge for all.
The Spalding boys (11-3 overall, 6-0) dominated much as they have all season in region play, blanking ELHS (4-5 region). Leading the charge for Spalding were Brett Piland (8-1) at No. 1 singles, Hez Apperson (8-1) at No. 2 singles, Colby Willis (8-0) at No. 3 singles, Daniel Blake and Andrew Winter (8-2) at No. 1 doubles and Barrett Lavender and Ben Eady (8-3) at No. 2 doubles.