Cardinal Ritter Girls Varsity Tennis

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Varsity Tennis Wins Third Straight

Girls Tennis Wins 3 Straight – Defeats Scecina 5-0 The Lady Raider Tennis Team has won their last three matches by the score of 5-0.  Individual winners include:   singles players – Leah Bullock, Anna Hession, Lauren Ferguson, and doubles teams:  Meredith Waters & Chelsea Jones, and Zoe Marshalleck & Myka Radecki.  Congrats to the three

Varsity Tennis Improves to 2-2/Defeats Tech 5-0

 The Lady Raider Tennis Team is heating up!  They have held their last two opponents scoreless.  Leah Bullock at the #1 Singles Position, who faces the challenge of the opposing teams’ best player every match, is now 4-0 on the season.  Individual Varsity winners include:  Anna Hession, Stephania Rodriguez, Chelsea Jones, Meredith Waters, Rose Murphy,

Lady Raiders Go 5-0 vs Crispus Attucks/Leah Bullock Remains Undefeated

A strong performance resulted in a perfect 5-0 win for the Lady Raiders Varsity Tennis Team Thursday evening at Riverside Park.  Individual winners include: #2 Singles Anna Hession, #3 Singles Stephania Rodriguez, #1 Doubles Chelsea Jones and Meredith Waters, and #2 Doubles Rose Murphy and Emma Houston.  Oh yeah, and #1 Singles (since her freshman

Tennis Falls Short vs Perry Meridian

Lady Raiders Lose 3-2 to Perry Meridian  Seniors Leah Bullock and Anna Hession at #1 and #2 Singles dominated their opponents, but the team couldn’t find a 3rd point to close out the match. Junior Varsity won 5-3.  Individual winners include singles players: Lauren Ferguson, Myka Radecki, and Zoe Marshalleck. Winners at JV doubles positions

Lady Raiders Lose Opener to Covenant Christian/Leah Bullock Wins 1st Match of Year

The Ritter Girls Tennis Team lost their season opener to Covenant Christian Friday night at Riverside Park by the score of 4-1.  Leah Bullock at #1 Singles beat her opponent in straight sets to get the Lady Raiders on the scoreboard.  The rest of the team’s scores were competitive, including a hard fought three-hour match