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Orchard Park sweeps Amherst, advances to Section VI girls team tennis Division I final

Orchard Park sweeps Amherst, advances to Section VI girls team tennis Division I final

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Orchard Park's Kelly Barnes returns a serve as teammate Maya Clinard looks on last season. Barnes and Clinard both won on Tuesday to help the Quakers defeat Amherst in the Section VI Division I girls team tennis semifinals.

Kelly Barnes, Maya Clinard and Mallory Musterait scored straight-set wins in singles and Orchard Park won all four doubles matches Tuesday in a 7-0 triumph over visiting Amherst in their Division 1 semifinal match of the Section VI girls team tennis playoffs.

Barnes defeated Anna Heat 6-0, 6-0; Clinard topped Meg Fabian 6-0, 6-0; and Musteraot triumphed over Jenny Hua 6-1, 6-1. Winning doubles teams for the Quakers were Olivia Bartosz and Kennedy Mills; Ava Mills and Madison Rozic; Amelia Pericak and Ashley Rozie; and Clarissa Azurin and Karina George.

Orchard Park will host Clarence or Williamsville East in the Division 1 final Saturday.

The semifinal between the teams Tuesday at Clarence was tied at 3-3 when play was suspended because of darkness. Clarence won all three singles points, but East won the first, second and fourth doubles. The third doubles match was suspended in the third set and will be completed Thursday to determine which team makes the final.

East Aurora advanced to Saturday’s Division 2 final against Lew-Port with a 4-1 triumph over visiting Southwestern. Hiba Munir of the visiting Trojans took the first singles point over Gigi Perry of East Aurora 6-1, 6-4, but the Blue Devils got singles wins from Lilly Miller over Elizabeth Kane 6-4, 6-1 and Scarlett Barone over Erika Pickard 6-3, 6-2. East Aurora's doubles teams of Emma Dolan and Dylan Fee and Hannah Freed and Isabel Hahl rounded out the winners.

Lew-Port triumphed over Maryvale 5-0 in its semifinal at Maryvale.

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