Seeded singles players fall in York-Adams girls' tennis

  • Four seeded players lost on Thursday in York-Adams girls' tennis singles action.
  • The top five seeds in both Class AAA and Class AA advanced to the quarterfinals.
  • Action resumes at 2 p.m. Friday with the quarterfinals and semifinals in each class.

Four seeded players were ousted Thursday during the first day of the York-Adams League Girls' Tennis Tournament singles competition.

York Suburban's Samantha Clancy pulled off an upset on Thursday in the York-Adams League Girls' Tennis Tournament Class AA singles action. Clancy beat No. 7 seed Brianna Miller of Kennard-Dale in the second round, 7-5, 6-2.

Two seeded players fell in Class AA action at Red Lion, while two more lost in AAA play at South Western.

In AA, No. 6 Lydia Fairlamb of West York and No. 7 Brianna Miller of Kennard-Dale suffered losses. Fairlamb dropped her first-round match to Delone Catholic's Maria Waminal, 6-1, 6-2. Miller lost in the second round to Suburban's Samantha Clancy, 7-5, 6-2.

The AA quarterfinal pairings on Friday are: No. 1 Brooke Yurick of Bermudian Springs vs. No. 5 Ellie Neudedcker of Delone Catholic; No. 3 Megan Orndorff of Biglerville vs. Clancy; Waminal vs. No. 4 Liv Pindzola of York Suburban; and No. 8 Brooke Siebert of Kennard-Dale vs. No. 2 Alyssa Neudecker of Delone.

In AAA, No. 7 Jessica McDonald of Susquehannock and No. 8 Morgan Kistler of Dallastown were eliminated. McDonald fell in the first round to Brooke Moyer of New Oxford, 7-5, 6-3, while Kistler lost in the second round to Kara Holland of Central York, 6-3, 6-4.

The AAA quarterfinal pairings on Friday are: No. 1 Dagney Markle of New Oxford vs. Holland; No. 4 Madi Reed of Dallastown vs. No. 5 Michaela Sentz of South Western; No. 2 Christie Friedrich of Dallastown vs. Moyer; and No. 3 Maddy Mummert of Central York vs. No. 6 Alex DiGiovanni of Dover.

The action resumes at 2 p.m. Friday at South Western with the quarterfinals and semifinals. The finals and consolation matches are set to start at 9 a.m. Saturday, again at South Western.