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OMV tops Majestic

STONINGTON — Olde Mistick Village only lost one match on its way to a 5-1 win against Majestic in the Stonington Recreation Tennis League Monday night.

Nick Raho (10-4) and Kyle Mulvaney (10-1) were singles winners for Olde Mistick.

Ann Batholet and Virginia Adair (10-1) and Donna Fritz and Deb Morehead picked up singles wins.

For Majestic, Tom McCormick and Jordan Elliott won a doubles match (10-6).

Avies............................... 4

Duncklee.......................... 1

Avies won three doubles match to earn the victory.

Glen Herbert and Todd Higgins and Mark Adams and Jeff Moorehead each won their doubles matches by identical 10-4 scores.

Jinny Raho and Susan Moffett prevailed 10-3.

Matt Wakagawa (10-5) picked up a singles win for Avies.

Duncklee’s Dow Cote earned a singles victory (10-5). The doubles team of Claire Sheridan and Lisa Coleman won by default.

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