Klahowya’s Tracy Landram, the two-time defending state champion,
won both of her matches at the Class 2A state tennis tournament and
will play in the semifinals Saturday at the Nordstrom Tennis Center
at the University of Washington.
Landram, a senior who is headed to play at the Air Force Academy
next year, beat Ashley Bond, 6-0, 6-0 and Isabelle Long of
Interlake. A score was unavailable from that match. Landram will
play Bella Hoyos of Bellingham Saturday.
North Kitsap’s Zach Fohn won his opening match over Jimmy Do of
Black Hills before dropping his quarterfinal match against Luat Le
of Interlake. Fohn faces Drew Adams of Clarkston in a loser-out
In girls 2A doubles, Lindsey Wicklein and Erica Daniels split
their first two matches and are still vying for a trophy. Wicklein
and Daniels play Tiara Atchley and Jayme Towne of Hockinson in the
consolation bracket Friday. Also, Marilyn Fick and Charlotte
Kilborn of Kingston lost both of their matches.
In 3A boys doubles, Bainbridge’s Matt Alderson and Jacob
Christensen advanced to the semifinals with wins over Vu and Swain
of Highline, 6-2, 6-0; and Jacob Yanello and Joel Richardson of
Lakes, 6-2, 6-3. Alderson and Christiansen will play Quinten Dicken
and Shane Sandin of Hanford Saturday. Also, Bainbridge’s Keet
Curtis and Ben DeVries lost their opening match, 7-5, 6-0 to Dicken
and Sandin, and their consolation match against I. Jones and Z.
Jones of Columbia River, 0-6, 6-4, 6-2. In girls, Bainbridge’s Kate
Jameson and Jordan Ferguson lost their opening match and are
playing in a loser-out match Friday.
In the 4A girls singles, South Kitsap’s Kaiyln Skjonsby lost her
opening match to Kamiak’s Sally Park and dropped into the
consolation bracket. Skjonsby plays Gemma Robinson of Olympia in a
loser-out match Friday.
In 4A boys, South’s Dakota Giddings lost to Vincente Veras of
Eastlake in his opening match and then lost to Gergo Muller of
Stanwood in a loser-out match.