Jeremiah Applebury picked up a key victory at #6 singles to help the
Hornets pick up a narrow 5-4 win over a much improved Trenton tennis
"Jeremiah was the hero of this match" stated Hornets
coach Aaron Douglas. "He was down 0-3 and 3-6, and 1-4 in the
tiebreaker, but never gave up. We couldn't have won with out him.
Everyone was so happy with his victory."
In singles competition, Wade Dietz won 8-6 over what
Douglas called a "highly skilled player, one of the best Trenton has
ever produced". Grant Peterson rolled to an 8-2 win and Chase Reeter
bounced back from a lost on Monday to win 8-0.
Gabe Poling and Derek Montgomery both came up just
short, losing 6 to 8. Applebury won his key match 9-8, winning the
In doubles matches Peterson and Reeter won 8-1. "They
showed a great deal of chemistry" said Coach Douglas. "Grant
(Peterson) dominated the net and chase (Reeter) hit some solid
ground strokes." Dietz and Poling lost 5-8 and Montgomery and
Applebury lost 3-8.