Walker girls blank Altamont
by Johnathan Bentley
Mar 05, 2012 | 1205 views | 0 0 comments | 5 5 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Walker's Amanda Bertoldi prepares to his a forehand during her No. 1 singles match vs. Altamont at Valley Park on Monday. The Lady Vikings won 9-0. Photo by: Johnathan Bentley
Walker's Amanda Bertoldi prepares to his a forehand during her No. 1 singles match vs. Altamont at Valley Park on Monday. The Lady Vikings won 9-0. Photo by: Johnathan Bentley
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Walker’s girls had their way with Altamont at Valley Park on Monday, blanking the Lady Knights 9-0 for their third win of the season.

The boys tennis team wasn’t as fortunate, dropping a 5-4 decision to Altamont.

In the girls match, Amanda Bertoldi picked up a 10-6 victory at No. 1 singles.

No. 2 Kallie Beall was a 10-1 winner, No. 3 Jeana Burton won 10-4, No. 4 Molli Wright won 10-6, No. 5 Kalei Woodley won 10-0 and No. 6 Sarah Warren picked up a 10-2 victory.

In doubles play, the No. 1 team of Bertoldi and Wright won 10-3, the No. 2 team of Burton and Beall won 10-4 and the No. 3 team of Warren and Kelsey Woodman won 10-6.

In the boys match, Walker won two of three doubles matches, but lost four of six singles matches as Altamont handed the Vikings a home loss.

Walker’s singles winners were: No. 2 Joseph Harris, 10-6 and No. 6 Nathan Sanders, 10-4.

In doubles, the No. 1 team of Colby Hopper and Harris won 10-3 and the No. 2 team of Rob Green and Jon Davis won 10-8.

Both Walker teams take on Northridge at Valley Park today.

Walker’s girls are coming off a second-place finish at the Dothan Shootout tournament over the weekend.

Both the No. 2 and No. 3 doubles teams made the tournament finals, but the event was halted on the final day due to inclement weather.

No. 6 Woodman also advanced to the finals.

Walker girls finished with 14 points. Huntsville won the tournament.

Walker’s boys took third in the tournament with No. 5 Jon Riley Davis and No. 6 Andrew Wiginton as well as the No. 3 doubles team of Andrew Wiginton and Michael Wiginton playing their way to the finals.

Walker’s boys finished with 13 points with Huntsville boys also winning the event.