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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — The Lady Timberwolves defend home court.


The Spring Valley girls tennis team defeated non-conference guest Point Pleasant 6-1 at Ritter Park on Tuesday night.


Katie Swan gave Spring Valley the lead with an 8-0 victory over Valerie Smith in the first singles match, while Kelsey Allbright evened the match with a 9-7 victory over Meredith Hall in the second singles match.


In the third singles match Spring Valley’s Abby Chaffins defeated Kaitlyn Dunn 8-2, while Hannah Ray topped Gretchen Nibert 8-0 in the final singles match.


In the first doubles match Swan and Hall gave SVHS the 8-2 victory over Smith and Allbright. Chaffins and Shelby Wellman defeated Dunn and Nibert in the second doubles match, while Ray and McKenzie Wright topped Ealisha Ebert and Macy Adkins 8-1 in the final doubles match.


Spring Valley also defeated PPHS 6-1 on March 27 in Mason County. The lone Lady Knights victor on that night was Kelsey Allbright with an 8-5 triumph over Meredith Hall.


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