Men’s tennis sweeps Grossmont

Donovan Terblanche

Donovan Terblanche
City Times

The Knights men’s tennis team played Grossmont as part of their Pacific Coast Conference competition on March 12.

The first match was Deo Brown, who would go down in two sets 3-6, 4-6.

The next would be Jeff Walker who would lose the first set and take his second 6-2, taking the game into a tiebreaker. Grossmont would win with 8-10 in the final game.

Daniel Fields would play next and win both his sets 6-0, 6-0. Kevin Surrey would go down in his first set and take the second 6-0, and winning the tie breaker 10-6.

David Corona would take his game 6-4, 6-1, with Guilherme Fernandes winning, as well, by 6-2, 6-0.

The doubles games were up and down with Brown and J. Benitez losing their game.

M. Wohl and G. Fernandes would win without dropping a point by 6-0, 6-0.

J. Walker and C. Sua would lose their first game and take the second 6-4, but lose the third set 7-10.

Coach Brandon Lupian said he was impressed with his team’s performance and is looking to motivate his highly talented players.

The victory gives City its first sweep over Grossmont in five years.