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ROUNDUP: Dion, Falcons edge Clark

Kevin Dion went 2-0 in singles Monday to lead Foothill’s boys tennis team to a season-opening 10-8 win at Clark.

The Falcons’ doubles team of John Qualls and Drew Mortensen also went 2-0.

Se Hoon Park was 2-0 in singles for Clark. The Chargers’ Joseph Maalouf and Stephen Lin were 2-0 in doubles.

Green Valley 13, Eldorado 5 — At Eldorado, Caleb Camp teamed with Jake Cahill to go 3-0, and Ryan Cosgrove and Connor Opdyke also went 3-0 in doubles play to lead the Gators over the Sundevils.

T.J. Swain went 3-0 in singles play to lead Eldorado.

Bonanza 14, Las Vegas 4 — At Las Vegas, the doubles teams of Cru Leavitt and Reed Thuet, Jared Hayr and Spencer Davis and Bennet Tanner and Matt Figgins each went 3-0 to lead the Bengals over the Wildcats.

Craig Whiting went 2-0 in singles play for Bonanza. 

Liberty 13, Desert Oasis 5 — At Liberty, Rap Sopat was 2-0 in singles as the Patriots topped Desert Oasis.
Liberty’s James Paras and Paul Acluba went 2-0 in doubles.

Moapa Valley 11, Virgin Valley 7 — At Mesquite, the visiting Pirates toppled Virgin Valley.
Stefan Aubry went 3-0 in singles and Kody Cloes 2-1 for the Bulldogs.

Basic 15, Valley 3 — At Basic, David Romero went 3-0 and Mitchell Diesko 2-1 in singles play as the Wolves topped the Vikings.

Bryce Wellman and Corey Gilligan went 3-0 in doubles, and Ryan Murphy teamed with Ryan Weldon to go 3-0 for Basic. 

Durango 12, Del Sol 6 — At Del Sol, the visiting Trailblazers downed the Dragons. Del Sol’s Tommy Gugino and Anthony Gugino went 3-0 in doubles.

Rancho 12, Spring Valley 4 — At Spring Valley, the visiting Rams rolled to the win.

Spring Valley’s Gian Carlo Touzard was 2-1 in singles.

Boulder City 13, Chaparral 5 — At Boulder City, Travis Robinson went 2-0 in singles to lead the Eagles past Chaparral.

Coronado 18, Canyon Springs 0 — At Coronado, the host Cougars swept Canyon Springs, which had only two players.

Desert Pines 18, Western 0 — At Desert Pines, the host Jaguars swept the Warriors.

Silverado 12, Sierra Vista 6 — At Sierra Vista, the visiting Skyhawks downed the Mountain Lions.
 

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