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Jaguar tennis posts four shutout wins in triumph over the Redwings

By Murray Gleffe, Sports Correspondent

The Jaguar girls tennis team improved to 14-7 on the season with a 7-0 victory over the Sheboygan South Redwings. The Jaguars received four perfect matches from #4 Singles Player Emily DeLaurelle, and all three doubles teams.

The number two doubles team of Maddy Coopmans and Caylee Behnke improved to 20-4 on the season by setting the tone early and often vs Schoening and Goins of South. The duo used their deep returns to set up sharp angle volleys that the Redwing pair had no answer for during the entire match. Coopmans and Behnke also picked up 10 service winners during the 47-minute match.

Emily DeLaurelle got back on track in Sheboygan by giving up a total of 9 points the entire match. DeLaurelle got her returns deeper in the court and even used some net play to dispatch Meisner of South. DeLaurelle improves to 22-2 on the year and will be looking to garner a top seed at the SubSectional meeting held October 2nd.


#3 Singles Player Aubree Helstad connects on a shot vs Sheboygan South

Ashwaubenon 7               Sheboygan South 0


1 Marisa Marohl (ASH) over Helen Flynn (SS) 6-1, 6-2

2  Bitz Steinhoff (ASH) over Natalie Vorpahl (SS) 6-2, 6-0’

3  Aubree Helstad (ASH) over Vanessa Ziegler (SS) 7-5, 6-1

4  Emily DeLaurelle (ASH) over Sara Miesner (SS) 6-0, 6-0


1  Jayme Kiser and Peyton Wright (ASH) over Erika Escamilla and Cassie Badtke (SS) 6-0, 6-0

2  Maddy Coopmans and Caylee Behnke (ASH) over Lauren Schoening and Olivia Goins (SS) 6-0, 6-0

3  Kennedy Conradt and Addison Stromberg (ASH) over Lauren Pfeifer and Maggie Campe (SS) 6-0, 6-0


JV Match: (Jaguar Winners)

Ashwaubenon 6               Sheboygan South 5

1 Singles Addy Francois 6-3, 2 Singles Jacqueline Rosnow 6-2, 3 Singles Hailey Heyrman 7-5, 1 Doubles Lauren Gaie and Sydney Zabel 6-0, 2 Doubles Madi Appleton and Sav Baierl 6-2, 3 Doubles Madyson Rothe and Korrin VanLaanen 7-5

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