Emmy Kienast

Green Sea Floyds Girls Tennis traveled to North Myrtle Beach on Tuesday evening of this past week. Green Sea Floyds Trojans fell to North Myrtle Beach by a score of 3-4. Green Sea Floyds still holds a record of 11-3 overall and 8-2 in region play, where they are in second place.

Single results from Tuesday game were: Lorena Beltran (North Myrtle Beach) over Tamara Jackson (Green Sea Floyds) 6-0, 6-4; Emmy Kienast (Green Sea Floyds) over Rachel Grove (North Myrtle Beach) 6-1, 7-5; Malaaysia Williams (North Myrtle Beach) over Carlyse Major (Green Sea Floyds) 6-3, 6-0; Shayla Hardee (Green Sea Floyds) over Ana Philips (North Myrtle Beach) 6-3, 6-2; Lauren Brown (North Myrtle Beach) over Carys Cribb (Green Sea Floyds) 6-3, 6-7, 10-3.

Double results were: Tamara Jackson/Emmy Kienast (Green Sea Floyds) over Lorena Beltran/Rachel Grove (North Myrtle Beach) 6-4, 6-2; Sydney Peteltio/Briana Todd (North Myrtle Beach) over Sarah Hewitt/Kelli Ray (Green Sea Floyds) 6-0, 6-0.

Season singles records are: Tamara Jackson, 13-1 now but will remain Region Player of the Year and qualifies for State Singles Competition in November; Emmy Kienast, 10-3; Chance Caulder, 9-4; Carlyse Major, 9-5; and Shayla Hardee, 9-5.

Green Sea Floyds tennis team are waiting eagerly to hear back whether they will be sending a second player to Columbia in November for State Single Competition. Emmy Kienast may have that chance to go alongside her teammate Tamara Jackson.

They began region play-offs Monday against the defending 2A Lower State Champs, Academic Magnet in Charleston.

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