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It was a busy day of tennis throughout Cincinnati, Saturday, for the championship rounds of the annual GCTCA Coaches’ Basic. The occasion consists of fifty groups and was unfold throughout seven flights at eleven places.*

Flight A

Flight A was held at Mason and the host Comets ran away with the occasion. Mason’s A group gained the competitors with a rating of 370. Ursuline A (one hundred seventy), St. Ursula A (one hundred thirty five), Springboro (one hundred forty five) and Indian Hill (ninety) positioned within the Prime 5 of the flight. Sycamore A (seventy five), Turpin (60) and Lakota East (25), rounded out the group.

Mason freshman, Jamie Kim, gained the Flight A primary singles title, defeating Turpin junior Caitlin Fisher 6-three, 6-1 within the championship.

In second singles, Mason sophomore Ananya Aggarwal claimed the title, besting Indian Hill sophomore Hayley Hirsch 6-2, 6-1 within the last.

The third-singles crown additionally went to Mason with sophomore Sanjana Reddy defeating Springboro senior Ally Garofoli within the title match, 6-2, 6-1.

Ursuline claimed the primary doubles championship. The staff of Gracie Estes and Carolyn Haney bounced the Mason duo of Annie Kruse and Kelly Reid, 6-1, 7-5.

Second doubles was claimed by Mason. The workforce of Megan Li and Raina Chada gained the ultimate match 7-5, 6-three towards Sycamore’s duo of Amanda Wilson and Madison Ringer.

Flight D

Flight D was held out at Fairfield with Kings claiming the staff championship with a rating of 230. Oak Hills (195) and Fairfield (one hundred ninety) battled it out for runner-up. Fourth-place went to Badin (one hundred fifty) whereas St. Ursula B (one hundred fifty), Mercy (seventy five) and Anderson (60) rounded out the sector.

Kings junior Haley Guerin gained the primary-singles event, defeating Badin junior Josie Hyperlink zero-6, 6-2 and 6-zero.

Second singles was claimed by Fairfield sophomore Amaya Turner. Turner beat Oak Hills junior Sydney Jones 6-four, 6-1 to win the title.

Third singles went to St. Ursula senior Brittany Shine, defeating Kings senior Anna Muenchen 6-three, 6-three.

Kings’ group of Cecile Reich and Ally Coughlin gained first double, beating Oak Hills’ group of Abby Kromme and Erin Kallmeyer 6-four, 6-zero.

Second doubles was gained by Badin’s squad of Ashley Suttner and Carly Fields. The duo claimed a 6-three, 6-7 (6-eight), 10-5 win towards Oak Hills’ squad of Mackenzie Hoy and Caroline Eichhorn.

Flight E

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