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2011-07-14 / Sports

Lexington Tennis News


Coby Robertson took first place in the 10 singles division. Coby Robertson took first place in the 10 singles division. Five Lexington Tennis Netters competed in the Taylor July 4th Tournament. Coby Robertson competed in the 10 singles division, Vance Kassner and Jacob Townsend competed in the 14 singles division, Vaughn Kassner competed in the 18 mixed doubles division, and Mackenzie Brown competed in the 18 singles division, 16 mixed doubles division and 18 mixed doubles division.

Coby Robertson took first place in the 10 singles division. He defeated his first opponent with a match score of 6-1, 6-0. In the championship game, he defeated his next opponent with a match score of 6-1, 6-1.

Vance Kassner had a busy Saturday. His morning began at 6:45 in San Antonio competing in a track meet. He then came to Taylor to play his first match at 12:00. Vance and his first opponent traded sets 6-4, 4-6 and then he lost the tie breaker set 10-8. He then lost his second match 4-6, 4-6.


Vance Kassner serves to his opponent. Vance Kassner serves to his opponent. Jacob Townsend competed in the 14 boys singles. He won his first match 6-2, 5-7, 10-9. He lost his next two matches to earn 4th place. Both Jacob and Vance played up in 14 singles division instead of 12 singles division.

Mackenzie Brown competed in the 18 singles division, 16 mixed doubles division and 18 mixed doubles division.

Mackenzie and Cassen, her 16 doubles partner from Thrall, took first place with a match of 1-6, 6-2, 10-4. Mackenzie and Vaughn Kassner won the 18 doubles division with a match of 0- 6, 6-4, 10-7. Mackenzie also took second place in the girls’ 18 singles. She lost her first match 3-6, 3-6 and won her second match 6-1, 3-0.



Jacob Townsend returns the ball in the 14 boys singles. Jacob Townsend returns the ball in the 14 boys singles.

Coby Robertson gets ready to serve to his opponent. Coby Robertson gets ready to serve to his opponent.

Mackenzie Brown prepares to serve an ace in the 18 singles. Mackenzie Brown prepares to serve an ace in the 18 singles.

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