Shorecrest tennis team plays make-up match at Glacier Peak Tuesday before playing host to Shorewood Wednesday

Monday, September 16, 2013

The Shorecrest boys’ tennis team takes a 3-0 record into a make-up match at Glacier Peak Tuesday before playing host to Shorewood Wednesday.

The Scots play at Glacier Peak Tuesday at 3:30pm after a scheduled meeting between the two schools was postponed. 

Shorecrest and Shorewood meet at 3:30pm at Kellogg Middle School, with junior varsity teams from the two schools meeting at the same time at Shorewood’s home Shoreview Park courts.

The Shorecrest squad -- winners of the Northwest District 3A boys’ tennis championship in 2012 -- jumped out to its 3-0 record, led by victories from four players returning from last spring's state tennis tournament.

Seniors Chris Sato and Andrew Copsey, and juniors Nishaant Limaye and Nick North contributed to a mix of victories over non-league 4A competition from Woodinville, 4-3 and Lynnwood, 5-2.

The Friday league opener against Marysville-Pilchuck gave the Scots a 6-1 victory, and showcased a strong No. 1 doubles performance by seniors Brady Dixon and Jon Coon (6-2, 6-1) and an impressive No. 3 doubles debut by freshmen Cole Batra and Jake Goldstein-Street. Sophomore Daniel Wacker contributed to a clean sweep of the Highlanders' singles line-up with his comfortable 6-1, 6-0 win.

Varsity co-coach Barry Majorowicz says that he is pleased not only with the results but with the turnout of nine freshmen to the tennis program. The Scots graduated nine seniors last spring.

After the matches with Glacier Peak and Shorewood, the Scots visit Meadowdale Thursday.


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