The Carson boys tennis team received strong singles play from Andy Roullard and Brandon Waterman on its way to a 27-18 win over Wooster on Tuesday at Centennial Park.
Waterman and Roullard each swept their matches, with Waterman winning 6-4, 6-1, 6-2 and Roullard winning 6-3, 7-6, 6-4.
"That was really big for this match," Carson coach Pat Houlihan said.
Josh Caron moved from singles to doubles to team with Todd Crowell for Carson. The two won 6-1 on their way to winning two-of-three matches. Justin Menesini and Brian Rebholtz also won 6-1 on their win to winning two out of three matches.
Jeff Van Epps and Nick Smallman played well in a 6-7 (4-7) loss. "I thought they played well," Houlihan said.
Also in singles, Brandon Ellis won 6-1 and Ben Peterson won 6-2.
CARSON GIRLS 45, WOOSTER 0
Wooster had just two doubles teams as the Carson girls tennis team rolled. Natalie Rogers and Jenae Jeppson teamed to win 6-0, Kelsey Joyce and Michelle Van Epps won 6-1, 6-0, Katie Elverum and Greta Schnaser won 6-1, 6-2 and Shannon Arnold and Simone Kuckenmeister won 6-0.
In exhibition singles matches, Van Epps won 6-0, Kuckenmeister won 6-1 and Elverum won 6-3.
Rogers and Jeppson also had the chance to play Reed's No. 1 doubles team in an exhibition match and won 6-0. The result was encouraging because Reed has beaten Douglas this season.