Spartans undefeated, win two against White River | Sumner Girls Tennis

The Spartans sit on top in the South Puget Sound League 2A with an undefeated conference and overall record of 6-0.

Sumner’s Lauren Baker focuses on the ball during her match against White River’s Danielle Carr Friday. Baker won 6-0

The Spartans sit on top in the South Puget Sound League 2A with an undefeated conference and overall record of 6-0.

Sumner played the White River Hornets Tuesday and Friday.

The Spartans beat the Hornets 5-0 both days.

Sumner lost only one game on Tuesday when Sumner’s Abby Smith and Shayla Hopkins fell 4-6 to McKenzie Breeder and Emily Towne of Whtie River.

Smith and Hopkins rallied back to win the tie breaker and the set.

The Spartans played Steilacoom Monday after the press deadline. Results can be found on the Courier-Herald’s website.

Sumner will travel to Fife next to play the Trojans at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday.

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