Forest Lake tennis dominates |

Forest Lake tennis dominates

In only its third year of existence, the Forest Lake Christian tennis team started its season with a commanding 9-0 victory at Foothill High School.

The top two boys singles players for the Falcons were Mark Coach, who won in two sets, 6-0, 6-0, and Scott Tracy, who won 6-1, 6-1.

On the girls singles side, Christy Humphrey and Jeanee Gonet both dominated. Humphrey won 6-1, 6-0, while Gonet won 6-0, 6-1.

The doubles teams routed Foothill in a similar fashion.

Nick Coibon and doubles teammate Nick Root won 10-2, and Dan Robinson and Mark Huntsinger won 10-0.

On the girls side, Chelsea Hawkinson and Jessica Will won 10-1, as did Megan Wieczork and Chelsea Hanson.

In the mixed doubles, Kevin Van Streefkerk and Raine Tafoya won 10-4.

Falcon coach Steve Robinson could not have been happier with the way his team performed.

“It was a very good showing today,” he said. “What a way to kick off the season.”

Forest Lake’s next competition comes next Tuesday when it travels to Golden Sierra.

NU golf handles Golden Sierra

The Nevada Union golf team picked up its first victory Tuesday, outshooting Golden Sierra 205-238 at the Alta Sierra Country Club. It was NU’s first win of the season out of two competitions.

D.J. Milligan shot a team-high 37, one more than the par-36 nine-whole round.

Rob Beilstien shot 40 for the Miners, Andrew Grizzel shot 41, and Trevor Robertson shot 42.

Nevada Union, 1-1 overall, meets Forest Lake Christian at Darkhorse Golf Course Thursday.

Falcons beat Capital Christian

The Forest Lake Christian golf team took on Capital Christian at Darkhorse Golf Course Tuesday and won 256-286.

Jeff Pulliam and Joe Tejada both shot 44 to lead the Falcons. Ian Shore shot 53, and Peter Burton and Matt Rosene both shot for 55.

The Falcons, who have won all three of their matches, host Nevada Union Thursday.

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