Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Hayes was one of six Whitefish Bay tennis players to qualify for the state tournament in Madison last week.
For the second year in a row, Whitefish Bay junior Lily Hayes finished fourth in the WIAA Division 1 individual girls tennis state tournament held Thursday through Saturday in Madison. After winning her first match against Kenosha Bradford junior Mikayla Savalgio (14-13), Hayes (17-4) won all three of her matches Friday, facing off against Green Bay Southwest sophomore Anneliese Zak (17-14), Eau Claire Memorial senior Sydney Wolfe (27-5) and Cedarburg freshman Jennifer Skonieczny (22-5). "Lily played her game and took control of the match early which helped her win," tennis coach Ingrid Hagerup said of Hayes' match against Skonieczny. On Saturday, Hayes lost to Milton junior Lea Krajcovicova, a foreign-exchange student from Slovakia with a…
Monday, September 10, 2012
Lily Hayes, Asia Butler, Elena Ouimet and Carly Theder all had big wins in the tournament on Friday and Saturday.
After a win against Port Washington Thursday afternoon, the Whitefish Bay girls tennis team competed in the Nicolet Sweet 16 Tournament Friday and Saturday. The team lost a couple close first-round matches to Arrowhead and lost to Arrowhead overall. The Blue Dukes then won three matches in a row against Kenosha Tremper, Green Bay Southwest, and Kettle Moraine. Because the girls lost the first match, they were only able to bounce back to 9th place. "I was extremely proud of the girls and pleased that we could bounce back to win the back draw," coach Ingrid Hagerup said. Number one singles player Lily Hayes had a big win over Kenosha Tremper during the tournament. Also, Asia Butler (#2 Singles) and Elena Ouimet & Carly Theder (#2 Doubles) …
Friday, September 9, 2011
The Blue Dukes travel to Port Washington and continue their winning run Thursday night. Whitefish Bay stands at 4-0 in the North Shore Conference.
The Blue Duke play next at Nicolet High School on Friday and Saturday in invitational play.