Hanford netters advance at Inland Empire

April 26, 2013 

Inland Empire Invitational: Hanford’s Sierra Troxel and An Wang both advanced to Saturday’s semifinals in girls singles at the tournament at Mead High and Mt. Spokane High.

In boys doubles, Shane Sandlin and Kevin Sands advanced to the semifinals for Hanford.

In girls doubles, Bridget Gallant and Christine Xi lost in the quarterfinals, while Vivi Giurgiuman and McCade Bell will play for fifth in mixed doubles.

33rd Capital Invite: The Kamiakin tennis team is tied for 10th place at the 34-team invitational in Boise, Idaho.

The Braves have 58 points through the first round of the tournament, with the second round set for today.

Hermiston is tied for 15th with 55 points, while Pasco is in 32nd with 42 points.

33rd Capital Invite, Boise
Through 12 events
1. Boise, 69; 2. Parma, Idaho, 64; 3. Eagle, Idaho, 63; 4. Idaho Falls, 62; t 5. Columbia, Idaho, 59; and Timberline, Idaho, 59; and Wenatchee, 59; and Rocky Mountain, Idaho, 59; t 10. Kamiakin, 58; and Madison, Idaho, 58
12. Centennial, Idaho, 57; and t 13. Caldwell, Idaho, 56; and Century, Idaho, 56; t 15. Bishop Kelly, Idaho, 55; and Hermiston, 55; and Hillcrest, Idaho, 55; t 18. Capital, Idaho, 54; and Ferris, 54; t 20. Meridian, Idaho, 53; and Skyview, Idaho, 53
t 23. Lewiston, 52; and Vallivue, Idaho, 52; and Wood River, Idaho, 52; t 26. Bonneville, Idaho, 51; and Borah, Idaho, 51; 28. Nampa, Idaho, 50; 29. Mountain View, Idaho, 49; 30. Ogden, Utah, 48
31. Twin Falls, Idaho, 45; 32. Pasco, 42; 33. Canyon Ridge, Idaho, 38; 34. Jerome, Idaho, 37

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