Point tennis falls to Spring Valley

Bryan Walters

March 28, 2014

POINT PLEASANT, W.Va. — The Point Pleasant boys tennis team fell to 0-2 overall this young season following a 7-0 setback to visiting Spring Valley Thursday night during a non-conference match at the new PPJSHS courts in Mason County.

The Black Knights scored at least two games apiece in five of the seven matches played Thursday, but the hosts ultimately never won more than four games in any of the contests. SVHS also claimed a pair of shutout victories in singles play.

Caleb Lee suffered an 8-3 setback to Chase Masters in first singles, while Nathan Loomis dropped an 8-3 decision to Zach Chambers in second singles. Holden Adkins and Richard Haga also suffered a pair of 8-0 losses in third and fourth singles play to Akila Juan and Josh Force, respectively.

Lee and Loomis dropped an 8-3 decision to Masters and Chambers in first doubles, while Adkins and Haga suffered an 8-4 loss to Juan and Force in second doubles.

Anthony Brown and Darrell McBeath also suffered an 8-2 loss to Shonn Chaffins and Pat Cummings in third doubles.