The Southwestern Warrior teams split a couple of matches last week, getting swept at Casey County, before bouncing back to post wins at Harrodsburg.

Taking on the Rebels of Casey County, the Warriors fell to the Rebels, 2-7, playing the match without their number two singles player, Josiah Super, who was out of the lineup due to illness.

In girl’s action, the Lady Warriors also fell to the Lady Rebels, by a final tally of 3-6.

Amy Puerto won the number one singles match, knocking off Casey County’s Lindsey Sheen, 8-3, while the Lady Warriors number five player, Denine Liner was a 9-7 victor over Allison Overstreet.

In doubles play, Puerto and Amber Rogers won the number two match, posting an 8-3 win over Overstreet and Sarah Sidwell.

In boy’s action, the Warriors only notched two wins in the nine matches.

Caleb Lowndes was a 9-7 winner over Kyle Terry in number three singles, while Mackey Gaskin and Adam Erp won in number one doubles, with an 8-6 triumph over Chad Jeffries and Kyle Jeffries.

Southwestern came back however, as both the boys and girls posted wins at Harrodsburg.

The Lady Warriors were a 4-0 winner over the Lady Pioneers.

Amy Puerto was a 6-1, 6-2 winner over Harrodsburg’s Lauren Taylor, while Denine Liner notched a 6-1, 6-1 triumph over the Lady Pioneers Alex Renfro.

Southwestern also won both doubles matches, with Whitney Epperson and Hillary Thompson winning the number one match, 6-4, 6-3, while Alex Young and Sable Floyd won their match, 7-5, 6-0.

The Warrior boys were a 3-1 winner over Harrodsburg, with Mackey Gaskin winning in singles play over Darrick Gray, 6-4, 6-4.

In doubles play, Super and Erp along with Lowndes and Dustin Mayrand posted wins.

The Warriors came back on Monday of this week, winning on the road at Lincoln County, as coach Dic Gaskin’s club notched an 8-1 win over the Patriots.

Southwestern swept all six singles matches, with Mackey Gaskin, Josiah Super, Jahan Miremami, Adam Erp, Caleb Lowndes, and Derek Puerto all posting victories.

In doubles play, Super and Erp dropped a 9-8 decision in a tiebreaker, but Gaskin and Miremami along with Lowdes and Mayrand closed things out with wins.

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