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March 30, 2014

Brock wins girls, boys championships

Eagle netters earn runner-up honors in state team tennis competition

— Special Contributor

BROCK — The District 9-2A tennis tournament was held at the courts of Brock High School on Tuesday and Wednesday, which included the three Parker County Class 2A schools. In varsity action,  Brock won team titles in the boys and girls divisions. 

Millsap took second in the girls’ division and Peaster’s boys team earned a second-place finish, as well. 

At the junior varsity level, Peaster won the boys team championship, with Brock’s girls team winning the JV title.

First and second place varsity winners qualify for the Region II Tournament, which will be held at Tarleton State University in Stephenville, April 14 through 17.

Clayton Boles of Brock won first place in boys singles, with teammate Caleb Guyon taking second place. Peaster’s Reid Adams finished third. 

Brock doubled up again in the mixed doubles draw, with Tyler Davis and Hana Folse winning first place and Brandon Neff and Bailey Nichols taking second. Millsap’s team of Nicholas Channer and Taylor Sefcik won third place. 

Tobi Prater and Alex Rubio of Brock won the girls doubles competition, edging out Bayley Bradford and Hannah Myers of Peaster. Alex Grimm and Sheyenne Carter of Brock took third. 

Fabulosa Palacios of Millsap claimed the girls singles title, with teammate Brittany Massey earning a third-place medal. 

In boys doubles, Chase Ballard and Eric Siewert of Peaster took the gold, with Dylan Davis and Logan Moon earning second to give Millsap a one-two finish.

     In the JV division, Garret Davis of Brock won second in boys singles and the Peaster duo of Cody Cook and Dathan Kemp won boys doubles. Jacob Remirez and Josh Hicks of Millsap took third.

Alondra Gamboa of Brock won the girls singles title and Bianca Robles of Millsap won third.

The Brock girls doubles team of Jordyn Porter and Jessica Marcus of Brock won first place and Anna Walker and Abygail Lowry of Millsap took second.

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