Sumner plays strong on the state court | Tennis

The Sumner girls tennis team played well at the 2A state tennis championship Friday and Saturday.

The Sumner girls tennis team played well at the 2A state tennis championship Friday and Saturday.

Miriam Tuma took seventh in the state singles championship.

Tuma won her first round match to Nathalie Gruber from Ellensburg 2-0 with game scores of 6-0, 6-0.

She lost her second round match in a battle to Julie Hanson from Black Hills 2-1.

Next Tuma beat Blanca Schley from Ephrata 4-6, 6-4, 6-4.

In her last match she lost to Isabella Long from Interlake 2-0.

In doubles Kyla Anderson  and Jasmine Babcock lost their first match 7-5, 6-1 to KC McConnell  and Ashley Meyers from Clarkston.

The girls won the second match 6-2, 2-6, 6-4 over Rose Hopper and Kate Troutman from Bellingham.

In the last match Anderson and Babcock lost to Shayla Robinson and Brittani Harvey from Pullman.

As a team Sumner finished 11th with six points.


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