Edlam tennis: North boys stand tall...
By Robert Przybylo
When this tennis season started, really thought Putnam City North was your favorite to repeat with Union looking like the second best team.
But as the season has gone on, there is no doubt right now that Edmond North is the best team in the state – or at least in Class 6A.
The Huskies have proven it time and time again, and it continued Monday with a win at the Edmond Tournament.
There were 16 teams there, but it easily could have just been an Edlam dual between North and Memorial as the teams faced each other in three of the four finals. The Huskies won two of the three and three of the four overall titles.
At No. 1 singles, Casey Distaso beat Union’s Logon Collins for the second time this season. Still not sure if Distaso will play at state, but if he does, might guarantee a team title.
Collins has the game to be No. 2 in the class, but Distaso is definitely showing he still has the game to compete. Very interesting to see what happens.
The Huskies have seven boys (Distaso, Nick Jordan, Eric Olson, Nate Roper, Alex Mathieson, Baylor Spring, Bryce Lilley) that will make up their six at state. It’s an impressive group.
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