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The Times
  • GIRLS' TENNIS: First win for Central Valley sports program

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  • CENTRAL VALLEY ACADEMY 4, HOLLAND PATENT 1
    ILION, N.Y. — Newly-merged Central Valley Academy has the first sporting victory of the Thunder era.
    Players formerly attending Mohawk and Ilion central schools teamed up Friday for a 4-1 victory over Holland Patent’s Golden Knights.
    Kelly North and Brooklyn Goff were winners in singles play for the Thunder while both doubles teams were also victorious. North was a 6-0, 6-2 winner in her match against Laura Panzone while Goff picked up a win by injury default when Golden Knight Lindy Callahan retired following a first-set tie-breaker.
    DaniLynn Engert and Kacey Visser were 6-2, 6-2 winners in their No. 1 doubles match against Holland Patent’s Isabelle VanPatten and Nuala Woods. The Golden Knights forfeited at second doubles.
    The lone Holland Patent win came from Sarena Zinkovitch at third singles.
    The Thunder travels to Clinton to play its next match Tuesday.
    CENTRAL VALLEY ACADEMY 4, HOLLAND PATENT 1
    Singles
    1, Kelly North (Central Valley Academy) defeated Laura Panzone (Holland Patent), 6-0, 6-2.
    2, Brooklyn Goff (Central Valley Academy) defeated Lindy Callihan (Holland Patent), 6-7 (7-2), injury default.
    3, Sarena Zinkovitch (Holland Patent) defeated Abby McCann (Central Valley Academy), 6-2, 6-3.
    Doubles
    1, DaniLynn Engert and Kacey Visser (Central Valley Academy) defeated Isabelle VanPatten and Nuala Woods (Holland Patent), 6-2, 6-2.
    2, Amanda Dahl and Brandy Torres (Central Valley Academy) won by forfeit.
    Records — Holland Patent 1-1; Central Valley Academy 1-1
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