Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Tennis: Haddonfield makes finals

Undefeated Haddonfield advanced to the finals of the Group 2 state tournament this morning with a 5-0 victory over Gov. Livingston in the state semifinals.

Tennis: Haddonfield makes finals

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Undefeated Haddonfield advanced to the finals of the Group 2 state tournament this morning with a 5-0 victory over Gov. Livingston in the state semifinals.

The Bulldogs (29-0) will meet Pascack Hills in the state finals at 3 p.m.

Singles players Taylor Ng, Meghan Burns and Spencer Ng all won in straight-set for Haddonfield.

Moorestown lost in the Group 3 semifinals and Atlantic City lost in the Group 4 semifinals.

Holmdel beat Moorestown, 4.5 to .5. The Quakers' half-point was scored by the doubles team of Chrissy Chamberlain and Ally Curtis.

That doubles' team match was halted as Holmdel had clinched the team match. Moorestown was in front, 6-2, 3-6, 3-2, when the match was declared a tie.

Undefeated West Windsor South (18-0) beat Atlantic City 5-0.

-- Phil Anastasia

 

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