SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
Tennis News and Information
Mac Tennis competed this past weekend in the Lee Volunteer Classic with some extremely tough competition. Mac went 36-24 overall with some impressive wins headed into the most important part of the season. Mac enjoyed 2 days of good weather and will travel next week to the Bryan Rudder Invitational. Go Mac Go!!!!
MacArthur 1 Vs Reagan 0
Samuel Villegas – 1 Goal
Mauricio Campos – 1 Ast.
Jose Villanueva - 8 saves 80 minutes played with a clean sheet
1st half 0-0
2nd half 1-0
Mac Tennis was back in action this weekend playing in the largest tournament in the city. Mac entered the John Jay - Steven’s Tournament with a 5-6 match guaranteed format and 19 teams from around the state. Mac performed extremely well going 38-22. Mac will travel next week to the Bryan Viking Classic. Go Mac Go!!!!!!!
Mac Tennis started the spring season with some impressive results at the Dominion Winter Classic. Mac began the spring campaign with Jack Sadler going 3-1 and making the quarterfinals. The dominion tournament was a large tournament with 16 schools and 32 + entries in each event. Charlie Fryemann and Shawn Hardin went 3-2 making it all the way to the consolation semifinals in boys’ doubles. The girls’ doubles team of Olivia Arellano and Lindsey Santos also went 3-2 with a trip to the consolation semifinals. What a great start for the young Brahmas. Great job Mac Tennis. The Neisd Invitational is next week at BAC. Get ready...Mac Tennis is in full swing. Go Mac Go!!!!!
Mac Tennis continued district play this past week with the Reagan Rattlers on Thursday followed by the Johnson Jaguars on Friday. Mac competed well, but came up short against the Rattlers who are the 9th ranked team in the state. The Rattlers jumped out to an early lead and never looked back. Reagan won 10-0. Mac recovered Friday with 2 impressive wins on the girls’ side. Keely Ussery and Olivia Arellano pulled of a straight set thriller 7-6, 6-4 against a very solid Johnson team. The girls’ doubles team of Priya Reddi and Camri Steele-Stone pulled away in a 3 set match to put the Brahmas on the score board. The girls did an amazing job. Johnson is the number 13 ranked team in the state. Mac will compete next Wednesday versus the Madison Mavericks. Go Mac Go!!!!!!
Mac Tennis continued district play last week with the Lee High School and experienced a seasoned lineup of veteran players. Lee jumped out with an early lead and never looked back. The Service Dogs won 10-2 over the Brahmas. However, Mac was able to secure a win on the girls side with the team of Lindsay Santos and Andrea Nunez winning a three set thriller. The mixed doubles team which consisted of Charlie Freymann and Olivia Arellano won a two and half hour match which lasted well into the night. The brahmas were represented well and will jump into action next week vs. the Johnson Jaguars and the Reagan Rattlers. Go Mac Go!!!!!!!
Mac Tennis opened district play last week with the Churchill Chargers and experienced a seasoned lineup. Churchill jumped out with an early lead and never looked back. The Chargers won 10-0 over the Brahmas.
This Friday the Brahmas hosted the Rough Riders from Roosevelt and played late into the night. The match was extremely competitive but a rain delay late in the evening stopped the play. The Brahmas and the Rough Riders will continue play on this Wednesday. The Rough Riders are currently leading 9-8. The Brahmas have two matches remaining with a set lead in both. If the Brahmas can win both matches they will have pulled off an unbelievable comeback. Late Friday evening the Brahmas were lead by a doubles team of Lindsey Santos and Priya Reddi who pulled off a three set thriller to send the Brahmas on the comeback trail. Keep up the good work Brahmas.
Please come out and support the Brahmas as they work to take the win. Go Mac Go!!!!!