Winnetonka’s depth was too much for visiting William Chrisman Tuesday.

Winnetonka’s depth was too much for visiting William Chrisman Tuesday.
Ben Bertram and Dennis Ayala won at No. 1 and No. 2 singles for Chrisman, while Bertram teamed with McKay Paialii for a No. 1 doubles win. However, the Bears could not win any other matches in a 6-3 Suburban Big Six loss.
“Ayala played incredible tennis today,” Bears coach Nathan Mooney said. “He pulled out a great win keeping the ball in play and capitalizing on mistakes. Bertram played solid today and coame out and tore apart their No. 1.”
Winnetonka won the junior varsity match, 8-1.
LIBERTY 8, BLUE SPRINGS 1: No. 6 singles play Aaron Davis provided the only win for host Blue Springs Tuesday in a Suburban Big Seven match.
“Liberty is as strong as ever, maybe better than last year,” Wildcats coach Jody McClain said. “They executed their shots well and directed the ball well. They are a deep team and also excellent at serving.”
The Wildcats won the JV match, 8-1.
MIKE VANBECELAERE DOUBLES TOURNAMENT: Three Truman doubles teams finished third or better, leading the Patriots to a fourth-place finish Saturday.
The Patriots finished behind Lee’s Summit West and Lee’s Summit North – who tied for first, with West winning a tiebreaker – and third-place Lee’s Summit.
In B flight, the team of Chase Ruddell and Mike Roberts went 2-1, finishing second, falling 6-1, 6-4 in the finals to Brian Heifner and Nathan Mikle of West.
In A flight, the team of Josh Smith-Lukas Bayer finished third, while Justin Grubb and David Franklin teamed to finish third in C flight.