Netters enjoy best-ever finish
Hamilton No. 4 singles player Anna Hoegsten competes in the WIAA subsectional at Heyer Park in Waukesha on Monday. Photo by: Scott Ash
For the first time in school history, Hamilton girls tennis placed in the top half of the Greater Metro Conference tennis tournament, taking fourth place.
"The fourth-place finish was only possible because of the single-mindedness of the team," Hamilton head girls tennis coach Pattie Chapman said. "In the 12 years I have been coaching, I have never coached a team like this team. Tenacity, leadership, commitment and a positive, we-can-do-it attitude are only some of the values of the 10 players. These players played to be the best version of themselves on the court."
Competing Monday in Waukesha at the WIAA Division 1 subsectional, Kayla Gscheidmeier and Morgan Murtos advanced to Wednesday's sectional at Oconomowoc by winning twice at No. 2 doubles, including a three-set win against Kettle Moraine.
At the conference meet, Shanna Mogden took fourth at No. 1 singles, Danielle Falvey fifth at No. 2 singles, Anna Hoegsten third at No. 4, Elizabeth Wilichowski/Mannat Gill third at No. 1 doubles, Gscheidmeier/Murtos fourth at No. 2 and Emily Fisher/Simarpreet Kaur fourth at No. 3.
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