Eagles’ boys tennis beats North Caroline

Submitted to dorchester Banner/Michael Kroeger
The 2019 North Dorchester High School boys’ tennis team is, in front from left, Manager Joey Nicholas, Connor Kimball and Robby Sellers. In back from left is Hunter Knox, Daniel Bradshaw, Michael Kroeger, Tai’jere Dotson, Dalton Adshead and Coach Jerrad Thomas. Seth Talley was not available for the photo.

SHILOH — The North Dorchester High School boys’ tennis team took their second win of the season against North Caroline on Thursday. The final score was 6-1.
In first doubles, Michael Kroeger and Daniel Bradshaw won their game 8-3.

In second doubles, Dalton Adshead and Tai’jere Dotson won their game 8-4, and the newest duo, Connor Kimball and Hunter Knox, breezed through their first game together 8-1.

In first singles, Dalton Adshead lost 8-1. In second singles, Michael Kroeger came back from 7-3 and ended up winning his match 9-7. Daniel Bradshaw won 8-2 continuing his winning streak in third singles.

Finally, with the absence of Seth Talley, Robby Sellers filled in and won 8-4 in fourth singles.

The result brought the boys’ record to 2-4. At the time, Easton let the Bayside North with a record of 4-0, followed by Cambridge-South Dorchester, at 7-1, Queen Anne’s County at 3-1, Colonel Richardson at 3-3, St. Michaels at 1-1.

Trailing the Eagles are Kent Island and Kent County, both with records of 0-2, and North Caroline at 0-6.

The Eagles will be in action at home tomorrow, when they will host St. Michaels. The match will begin at 4 p.m.

Then on April 16, they will return the favor, traveling to St. Michaels for a rematch. It’s on the road again the following day, when the Eagles head to Kent Island. All action begins at 4 p.m.

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