Falcons beat out Bruins | TheUnion.com

Falcons beat out Bruins

Two neighboring schools, Forest Lake Christian and Bear River, got together Wednesday afternoon for a tennis scrimmage with the Falcons coming out on top 5-4 with the deciding match coming down to the mixed doubles match.

Because Forest Lake Christian was missing a player, all doubles pairs were swapped leaving many of the players with a new partner. Bear River was also missing three of its girls players.

The combination of Ali Robinson and Johnny Lehmer (FLC) defeated Hannah Morehouse and Ricky Ricky Fowler (BR), 8-5 for the Falcon win.

“It was only Ali’s third varsity match and she and Johnny had never played together before,” Forest Lake Christian coach Steve Robinson said. “They did really well considering those factors.”

Robinson was also pleased with the performance of No. 2 boys doubles team of Thomas Coibion and Mark Huntsinger who lost the tiebreaking point to lose their match.

The Falcons improve to 3-0 overall, 1-0 in league and will hit the courts again Monday March 7th at Inderkum for a league match.


No. 1 singles: Matt Travers (BR) def, Kevin Van Streefkerk (FLC), 10-5

No. 2 singles: Wes Bolinger (BR) def. FLC’ Nick Cobion (FLC), 10-2

No. 1 doubles: Andrew Tintle and Cameron Lewis (BR) def. Andrew Hawkinson and Dan Robinson (FLC), 8-5

No. 2 doubles: Patrick Miller and Andrew Thorpe (BR) def. Thomas Coibion and Mark Huntsinger (FLC), 9-8


No. 1 singles: Jeanee Gonet (FLC) def. Petra Veghova (BR), 10-4

No. 2 singles: Jessica Will (FLC) def. Katherine Erickson (BR), 10-3

No. 1 doubles: Chelsea Hawkinson and Megan Wieczorek (FLC) def. Jasmine Davis and Heather Gregory (BR), 8-4

No. 2 doubles: Chelsea Hanson and Brenna Vossmeyer def. Tori Masucci and Jeanne McAteer, 8-0

Mixed doubles: Ali Robinson and Johnny Lehmer (FLC) def. Hannah Morehouse and Ricky Ricky Fowler (BR), 8-5)


Miners 203, Golden Eagles 208

Nevada Union’s varsity golf team stay unbeaten in nonleague action Wednesday, edging host Del Oro 203-208 on the par 36 Turkey Creek Golf Course in Lincoln.

“We’re 4-0 in nonleague,” said NU head coach Hank Davidson, “and the kids are feeling good about that.”

Erik Flores led the Miners with a round of 37, while Ryan Walker shot a 40 and Gavin Butcher finished with a 41.

The Miners are idle until March 14, when Nevada Union and the rest of the Metro Conference meets up at Peachtree Golf Course in Marysville for the first league tournament action of the season.

Support Local Journalism

Support Local Journalism

Readers around Grass Valley and Nevada County make The Union’s work possible. Your financial contribution supports our efforts to deliver quality, locally relevant journalism.

Now more than ever, your support is critical to help us keep our community informed about the evolving coronavirus pandemic and the impact it is having locally. Every contribution, however large or small, will make a difference.

Your donation will help us continue to cover COVID-19 and our other vital local news.


Start a dialogue, stay on topic and be civil.
If you don't follow the rules, your comment may be deleted.

User Legend: iconModerator iconTrusted User