W. Hills offers G’bury tennis little challenge

The Granbury Pirates made short work of their second District 7-4A foe in as many matches Tuesday, rolling past Fort Worth Western Hills 19-0 on the Granbury High courts.

So dominant were the Pirates that they had a 133-6 advantage in games played. They also won two matches by default and were leading another 7-0 when an injury halted play.

“It was a good performance. We only played three regular starters,” said Granbury coach Jeff Bramlett. “The younger ones that are typically JV really stepped up.”


Granbury 19, Western Hills 0

Boys singles

Thomas Tigner won 8-0, Nick Sandelin won 8-0, Chandler Chiappe won 8-0, Bryten Otting won 8-1, Zach Zagrocki won 8-0, Jamie Burwell won 6-0.

Girls singles

Jordan Watson won 8-0, Elaina Berry won 8-0, Katrice Johnson won 8-0, Chloe Counts won 7-0 (injury default), Denise Swick won 8-0, team won sixth match by default because Western Hills didn’t have a sixth player.

Boys doubles

Tigner/Chiappe won 8-2, Burwell/Sandelin won 8-2, Zagrocki/Otting won 8-1.

Girls doubles

Berry/Counts won 8-0, Watson/Johnson won 8-0, team won third match by default because Western Hills didn’t have a third team.

Mixed doubles

Swick/Delaney won 8-0.

Granbury record – 5-3 overall, 2-0 in District 7-4A.