Boys tennis tops Cedar Key

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By Jenna McKenna

Chiefland traveled to Cedar Key last Tuesday, March 25,and picked up a win.

Top seed Will Keels beat the Sharks' top seed Joseph Bishop in a 7-4

tiebreak, the first time Keels had beaten Bishop in their high school


"He worked really hard for that one," said Indians' head coach Matt Flenner.

Three seed Tyler Johnson also won his match 8-4 over Frankie Beckham,

but two and four seeds, Cody Williams and Hans Velasquez lost their

matches to Matt Reichert (4-8) and Ryan Lumley (4-8), respectively.

Chiefland won both doubles matches, with Keels and Williams beating

Bishop and Lumley 8-1 and Johnson and Velasquez downing Reichert and

Beckham 8-6.

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