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Natchez High tennis sweeps Vicksburg High, 6-0

NATCHEZ — Natchez High Bulldogs coed tennis team won their second match of the season 6-0 over the Vicksburg High School Gators on Tuesday afternoon at Duncan Park Tennis Center.

The Lady Bulldogs swept both the girls and the boys doubles matches and did not allow a point.

Kelsey McNeal and Kya Singleton defeated Vicksburg’s Demly Frost and Amaya Hunter in two straight sets (6-0, 6-0).

Akayla Miller and Kierani Richardson won by forfeit.

Ke’Ari Hayes defeated Jasmin Tennis in two straight sets (6-0, 6-1). With the win, the Lady Bulldogs finished with three points.

In the boys’ doubles matches, Donato Miller and DeMarcus Jackson defeated Vickburg’s Johnathan Juve and Randy Barnes in two sets (6-1, 6-2).

In the second boys’ doubles match, Kamden Lewis and Andrew Brigance won the two sets (6-0, 6-1) over Nick Bailey and Adante Miller.

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