Nyssa’s top singles player Colton Rindlisbacher serves the ball during a sub-district match last week at Nyssa High School. (The Enterprise/Kristine de Leon)

NYSSA – The Vale and Nyssa tennis teams will send athletes to regionals this weekend, after placing in the top four at the 4A/3A/2A/1A sub-district tournament last weekend at Nyssa High School.

Nyssa’s Chloe Richards and Vale’s Flavia Burton earned berths in girls singles play, while Vale’s Porter McKrola and Nyssa’s Colton Rindlisbacher advance in boys singles.

In girls doubles, Alexis Schaffeld and Riley Kesey will go for Vale, and Nyssa will send Makayla Peterson and Maryn Wagstaff.

For the boys, Vale advances two doubles teams after Marco Ramirez and Japheth Carlson placed first and Payton Kelso and Ricardo Leyva’s team placed fourth. Nyssa will send the duo of Wyatt Jensen and Deardon Woodruff.

The regional district tournament will be this Friday and Saturday at the Tri-Cities Court Club in Kennewick, Wash. 

Meanwhile, the spring season for Four Rivers and Ontario spring season came to an end at subdistricts last weekend.

SD 4 Sub-District Results

Girls’ Singles

1.    Hannah Johnson, Baker

2.    Gabbie Trebilcock, Baker

3.    Chloe Richards, Nyssa

4.    Flavia Bruton, Vale

Girls’ Doubles

1.    Rachel Wolfe/Maycee DeLong, Vale

2.    Emma Finley/Kaylee Dalke, Baker

3.    Alexis Schaffeld/Riley Kesey, Vale

4.    Makayla Peterson/Maryn Wagstaff, Nyssa

Boys’ Singles

1.    Zachary Schwin, Baker

2.    Shane Cunningham, Baker

3.    Alex Davila, Baker

4.    Colton Ridlisbacher, Nyssa

Boys’ Doubles

1.    Marco Ramirez/Japheth Carlson, Vale

2.    Luke Barnes/Isaac Nemec, Baker

3.    Wyatt Jensen/Deardon Woodruff, Nyssa

4.    Payton Kelso/Ricardo Leyva, Vale

Photos by Kristine de Leon: news@malheurenterprise.com or 541-473-3377.

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