Mt. Hope boys’ tennis team off to a good start
On April 2, the Huskies beat Warwick Vets High School, 7-0, then, on April 4 they eked out a win over St. Raphael Academy 4-3. Both games were played at home.
Mt. Hope vs. St. Raphael Academy
1st Singles: Matthew McGee, Mt. Hope, defeated Hyungi Lee, St. Raphael, 6-4, 6-2
2nd Singles: Daniel Simonds, Mt. Hope, defeated Brandon Hollinghurst, St. Raphael, 6-0, 6-3
3rd Singles: Paras Madan, St. Raphael, defeated Thomas Amaral, Mt. Hope, 7-5 , 6-7 (7-4), 6-2
4th Singles: John Ferias, Mt. Hope, defeated Ethan Mendes, St. Raphael,6-4,6-3;
1st Doubles: Joshua Laurila-Myles Finch, St. Raphael, defeated Zac Minior-Mike Contente, Mt. Hope, 6-3, 6-3
2nd Doubles: Duane Adkins-Chris Kern, Mt. Hope, defeated Daniel Hennigan-Alexandria Wall, St. Raphael, 6-1, 6-2
3rd Doubles: Rox Wu-Kevin O'Neill, St. Raphael, defeated Ryan Franco-Zac Minior, Mt. Hope, 7-6 (8-6), 6-2.
FINAL SCORE: Mt. Hope 4, St. Ray's 3
With the win, Mt. Hope goes to 2-0 on the season while St. Ray's falls to 0-1. Next match for Mt. Hope is home on Tuesday, 4/9 vs. North Providence at 3:45 p.m..
In their first match of the season, the Mt. Hope boys’ tennis team began their season strong, defeating Warwick Veterans High School 7-0 at Mt. Hope. The team’s early record is 1-0, with their next match scheduled for Thursday, April 4 at home against St. Raphael Academy.
Mt. Hope vs. Warwick Vets
1st Singles: Matthew McGee, Mt. Hope, defeated Andrew Falaguerra, Warwick Veterans, 6-0,6-1
2nd Singles: Daniel Simonds, Mt. Hope, defeated Chris Smith, Warwick Veterans, 6-1,6-1
3rd Singles: Thomas Amaral, Mt. Hope, defeated Matt Smith, Warwick Veterans, 6-2,6-0
4th Singles: Zac Minior, Mt. Hope, defeated Kyle Morrissette, Warwick Veterans, 6-4,6-3
1st Doubles: John Ferias-Mike Contente, Mt. Hope, defeated Trent Mochel-Joe Basker, Warwick Veterans, 6-0,6-0
2nd Doubles: Duane Adkins-Chris Kern, Mt. Hope, won by forfeit
3rd Doubles: Ryan Franco-Cody Perry, Mt. Hope, won by forfeit
FINAL SCORE: Mt. Hope 7, Warwick Veterans 0
Mt. Hope will host North Providence High School on Tuesday, April 9. The matches begin at 3:45 p.m.