Tolton Catholic tennis remains undefeated with second win over Columbia Independent

Tuesday, April 2, 2013 | 10:08 p.m. CDT

The Tolton Catholic tennis team remained undefeated with a 8-1 win in a dual Tuesday with Columbia Independent School.

In boys singles, Columbia Independent’s Vaughn Mueller defeated Tolton’s Joe Fulca 8-2.

Tolton won the remaining boys and girls singles matches, including a default by Columbia Independent because it only had five players.

Because tennis duals are made up of six singles matches and three doubles matches, Columbia Independent forfeited one singles and one doubles match. 

Tolton’s Peter Robe beat Columbia Independent’s Theron Howe 8-2. Morgan Vogt of Tolton defeated Osaid Kahn 8-0.

In girls singles, Tolton’s Caroline Parker beat Columbia Independent’s Elise McCosh 8-0. In the final girls singles match, Emily Schactner of Tolton defeated Stefanie Micatka of Columbia Independent 8-6.

Tolton led the team match 5-1 after singles play with just two doubles matches remaining. Tolton swept all three of those as well, including the default by Columbia Independent.

Fulca and Robe defeated Muller and Howe 8-6 in the first doubles match. Schactner and Vogt beat Kahn and Micatka 8-1 in coed doubles to end the day.

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