Coach Galow went into Thursdays non conference match with Oswego with some big uncertanties. Starting six sophomores and five juniors with only one senior returning. The Warriors came out with a great win 6-1 and answered some of the head coaches questions. "There is a lot of youth on this team and some of the juniors are moving up from JV1 without varsity experience. I was impressed with their first match and we hope to build on this moment." The Warriors were led by Owens with a quick 0 and 1 win at 1 singles followed by junior Megan Wright with a 1 and 2 victory at 2 singles. The third singles victory was shared by both sophomores Carrington Patterson and Shraddah Tirukavalluru as they each played a set and won with identical scores 6-1. At 2 doubles senior Sristi Paul and sophomore Kayla Hess dominated the first set 6-1 and then scrambled to win the second set 6-4. They have to learn to continue to finish a match. The fourth doubles team of April Kochman and Natalie Freitag won the opposite way by winning a close first set 6-4 and then separating themselves from their competition winning 6-1 in the second. Our lone loss came at three doubles where Kendall Ashley and Isabelle Panicker posted scores of 2 and 3. The long match of the evening came at 1 doubles where sophomores Angelica Alvarez and Uma Kothuri won a three set marathon 6-3,2-6,6-2. This was a match of movement or lack of. After winning the first set we started over hitting and got rushed to finish. finally in the third set the girls began to construct points and show patience. " I was impressed by the way they hung in there untill the third set and began to play with confidence. This team will grow in confidence as the season progresses, but at this point each match will be a learning tool for Coach Galow!" A big shout out to the parents who attended last nights match. the team appreciates your attendance. The Warriors will compete at the 16 team Jacobs Invite this weekend.