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All-Tribune Girls Tennis First Team
The Bears locked up home court for the first two rounds of the team state play-offs and, for the first time ever, earned a Section/Region Championship in girls tennis. Basha finished the regular season with a record of 13-1, just ahead of Hamilton (12-2) for first place in Division 1, Section 2.
The Bears set a new school records for wins by a tennis team, earning their 12th win of the season by defeating a state tournament contender in Highland.
Star of the Match: Varsity #4 Briley Rucker had a flawless day, winning 6-0, 6-0 in singles and pairing with Varsity #1 Jewel Brundrett to win 8-0 in Varsity #2 doubles.
The Bears' top four players stole the show tonight, sweeping to victories in their singles and doubles matches against a solid #11 ranked squad from Gilbert.
In a matchup of two of the state's top four teams in the power rankings, it was the Huskies that won two of the three singles tiebreakers and, in the process, put the first blemish on Basha's previously perfect record.
Mirroring their match from earlier in the year, the Bears and Lions both brought intensity and fire to what is turning into a fierce rivalry. Separated by a razor thin margin, the match hinged on two 3rd set tiebreakers in singles, both won by Basha.
Basha's Jewel Brundrett takes on Skyline on April 1, 2014.
At the midway point of the season, Basha is undefeated and playing at a high level. The Bears crushed the Coyotes, sweeping to victory while losing a total of 6 games in the process. #5 Chayse Olson and Varsity #6 Katie Mortensen each had a perfect day in singles and doubles, winning without losing a single game.
In a hotly contested match with another of the East Valley's perennial girls tennis powerhouses, the Basha Bears secured a quality victory. Heading into the match Basha was the #3 ranked program (according to AIA Power Points) while Highland was the #8 ranked program in Div. I.
Playing against a very under-staffed Jaguar team, the Bears swept their way to victory in convincing fashion. Basha No. 3 Briley Rucker continued her perfect season, earning a 6-0, 6-0 win in singles and teaming with Varsity No. 1 Jewel Brundrett to win 8-1 in doubles. Five matches and one tournament into the season, Briley has yet to lose a match in singles or doubles.
The Bears continued their stellar start to the season, cruising to their 4th consecutive victory against the short-handed Pumas.
EVIT Round 4 - Basha v. Corona del Sol
This match ranks high on the list of all-time top wins in Basha High School girls tennis history. The Bears stormed their way onto the courts of arguably the most acclaimed girls tennis program in the East Valley and scratched out a victory by the slimmest of margins.
Building on their impressive performances against Mesa last week and in the opening rounds of the East Valley invitational Tournament last Friday, the Bears earned a victory against one of the most successful tennis programs in Arizona high school tennis.
Even Madison Clarke’s mother is in admiration.
Playing a role as possible spoiler, Westwood's softball team pulled it off perfectly.
Valerie Kaff broke her own Mountain View single-season strikeout record in Mountain View softball's 12-2 win over Westwood on Wednesday.
Down two runs in the bottom of the seventh, Hamilton’s Ryan Peep smacked a walk off two-run double to propel the Huskies baseball team to a 7-6 comeback victory over visiting Horizon on Tuesday.
Samantha Leighty and Bailey Bergman combined to finish a perfect 7-for-7 at the plate, with three doubles, a home run and two RBI as host Campo Verde came back to upset Queen Creek, 8-7 in 10 innings, Thursday.
Kyle Pechloff had a pair of two run home runs to lead host Hamilton past city rival Chandler, 8-4, on Thursday in a Division I, Section II matchup.
Andy Wellins won her 13th game on the mound this season for the Desert Mountain softball team after she tossed a shutout in a 14-0 win over Phoenix North Canyon on Wednesday night.
Cody Bellinger pitched a complete game, three-hitter, striking out 10 to lead Hamilton to a 3-0 shutout of Jenks (Okla.) in the National High School Invitational in North Carolina on Thursday.
Valerie Kaff was dominant and led the Mountain View softball team to a 3-1 victory over Desert Mountain in a pitchers' duel.
Mountain Pointe beat Downers Grove South (Illinois), 8-6, in the second round of the Horizon Tournament on Tuesday night at Mountain Pointe.