Wesco boys tennis tournaments start today

The four Wesco divisional boys tennis tournaments begin today. The two North tournaments are at Mount Vernon (4A) and Stanwood (3A) and the two South tournaments are at Jackson (4A) and Glacier Peak (3A). Weather permitting, matches begin today and continue on Wednesday. If there are weather delays the tournament will extend to Thursday.

Here’s a look at the pairings for the Wesco North 3A tennis tournament at Stanwood H.S.:

SINGLES

Jonathan Wolf (Stan) bye

Everett player not named yet vs Chase Olson (Fern)

Ryan Clausen (MG) vs Jake Hubbert (MP)

David Kusnick (OH) bye

Ulises Aceves (Ev) bye

Keaton Urling-Ehinger (Stan) vs Kurtis Brown (MP)

Nate Fallis (Fern) vs Jonny Tuemmler (MG)

Charles Southard (OH) bye

DOUBLES

Saekow – Spores (Stan) bye

Knapp – Smith (Ev) vs Scott – Stanage (Fern)

Saar – Miller (OH) vs Ell- Davies (MP)

Rumsey – Gonzalez (MP) bye

Lund – Hushagen (Stan) vs Greene – Griffith (MP)

Atienza – Umpingco (OH) vs Wiederstrom -Hasseler (MG)

Allen – Hau (Ev) bye

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