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The HHS Lady Knights are state tennis bound after dominating the 4A regional tournament Monday.
Henryetta crowned three champions out of the four brackets against ten other schools in the first-ever regional held on the HHS courts.
Two marathon matches highlighted the wins for Henryetta, keeping HHS fans riveted to the fence.
In the number 1 singles contest, Fallon Rodgers claiming the first place title against Byng's Amanda Daniel after nearly 90 minutes of play. Rodgers drew a bye in the first round then downed Hannah Six from Beggs. That set up a long, hard-fought match against Mia Tiger with Rodgers winning 4,2 and a spot in the championship match.
The longest match of the day went to the Henryetta team of Summer Bryant and Shelby Gaddy. They got a first-round bye in the number 1 doubles bracket then sailed through a match against Tecumseh. In the semi-finals, the team from Seminole fell with a 1,1 decision.
That set Bryant and Gaddy against Byng's Blackburn and Sayer. Over an hour and a half later, Henryetta came off the court with a 2,1,3 win.
In the number 2 doubles, Kelsey Britt and Natalie Smith had to down Harrah 1,2 then blanked Byng, 0,2 for a spot in the finals. They took that championship 3,2 over Wagoner's Davis and Randolph.
The concluding series of the day saw Rachel Montgomery face off against Reagan Ridley form Harrah in the number 2 singles championship. Montgomery had earlier won two straight sets against seminole then shut down Bristow for the finals appearance. In the championship Ridley was able to come out ahed 2,1.
"I'm proud of the girls. They finished up the season as strong as they could have and their hard work shows," said coach Dustin Mosco.
The HHS girls will be going to Oklahoma City this Friday and Saturday for the state tournament.
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