December 6, 2022

Garden City tennis wins Great Bend Invitational over Scott City on tiebreaker

Great Bend, Kan. (westernkansasnews.com)–Three southwest Kansas area schools occupied the top three spots on Saturday at the Great Bend Invitational. Garden City and Scott City would tie with 55 points. Despite the Beavers winning the No. 2 Singles and No. 2 Doubles, the Buffaloes won the tiebreaker on criteria to win the tournament title. Garden City had more head-to-head wins over Scott City. Dodge City came in third place with 38 points. 

Garden City’s Logan Morren was the No. 1 Singles champion, while Scott City saw Dylan Duff win the No. 2 Singles and their No. 2 Doubles team of Dante Franco/Benjamin Resendiz win the meet. Dodge City’s No. 1 Doubles team of Hayden Carrollo/Oscar Alvarardo Martinez win the tournament.

Team Scores
Garden City 55; Scott City 55; Dodge City 38; Great Bend 35; Liberal 27; Hoisington 25; Hays 21; WAC JV 12

No. 1 Singles
1. Logan Morren, Garden City; Avry Noll, Scott City; 3. Evan Folz, Hoisington; 4. Brendyn Schroeder, Great Bend
No. 2 Singles
1. Dylan Duff, Scott City; 2. Joshua Negron, Garden City; 3. Chase Maier, Hoisington; 4. Sabastian Bernhardt-Purdy, Liberal
No. 1 Doubles
1. Hayden Carrillo/Oscar Alvarardo Martinez, Dodge City; 2. Carson Kraus/John Tran, Garden City; 3. Isaiah Smit/Malachi Wasson, Great Bend; 4. Tanner Gooden/Brody Strine, Unattached (from Scott City)
No. 2 Doubles
1. Dante Franco/Benjamin Resendiz, Scott City; 2. Tacoma Augustine/Corbin Luck WAC JV (from Hays); 3. Angel Munoz/Aaron Torres, Liberal; 4. Ignacio Bellido/Sam Riefoli, Dodge City