Tennis: PC North, Jenks, Duncan with good showings...
By Robert Przybylo
Melton picks up win for Panthers
If Putnam City North has a chance at repeating as boys tennis champions, it will need a big outing from No. 2 singles player Kole Melton.
The Panthers got that this weekend as Melton won the championship at the BancFirst Tournament in Duncan.
Paced by Melton and Chris Haworth’s championships, the Panthers tied with Jenks for the team title. The No. 1 doubles team of Wil Rodwell and Brian Diefenderfer placed second. Jenks earned both of the doubles championships.
Duncan earns tennis title
If the Duncan girls were in any other class, the Demons would be contenders for the state title. But in Class 5A with Bishop McGuinness, it’s an uphill battle.
However, that doesn’t mean Duncan has stopped competing as the girls won three of the four titles and the team title at the BancFirst Tournament at Duncan this weekend.
Senior Melanie Barnes earned the No. 1 singles title while Duncan also earned championships at both of the doubles positions.
The No. 1 doubles team of Taylor Spradlin and Kate LeValley are now 21-2 this year. Duncan played Jenks in all four finals and the Trojans placed second.
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