Boys Tennis Centralia @ W.F. West

W.F. West's Gabe Cuestas makes a volley during a singles match Wednesday afternoon in Chehalis.

W.F. West won all the doubles matches and earned one win in singles to win 4-2 against Centralia in an Evergreen 2A Conference boys tennis match Wednesday in Centralia.

In singles action, Centralia’s Ryan Mack earned the win in the No. 1 match against Luke Walters, 6-1, 6-2. Landon Kaut earned a win for the Tigers in the No. 2 match against Gabe Cuestas, 2-6, 6-4 and 7-5.

W.F. West’s Andrew Boggess defeated David Parsons without dropping a game in the No. 3 match.

In doubles, W.F. West’s Cade Cameron and Joseph Chung defeated Brandon Yeung and Brandon Wilkerson, 6-2, 6-0. Collin Slattery and Caleb Walters won in the No. 2 spot against Centralia’s McKiernan Jones and Kyuss Mano, 6-1, 7-6 (7-1). Jacob Blomdahl and Christian Iverson completed the doubles sweep for the Bearcats, defeating Ryan Kane and Aiden Faber, 6-0, 6-1.

“I think it was a great day for tennis. Ryan Mack, I’m proud of the four-year letter winner. In his final home match, he finished strong against a tough opponent in Luke Walters. He had a great career and season, it’s been a pleasure working with him,” Centralia coach Keith Hopkins said. “Landon Kaut was fun to watch. Landon continued to fight, losing the first set and hanging on. I was pleased with how he kept battling and came out on top against a worthy opponent in Gabe (Cuestas). It’s always fun to beat your cross town rival and know that it can’t always be that way, congrats to them.”

W.F. West will makeup a match against Aberdeen on Friday in Chehalis. Centralia will be back on the court on Monday, hosting the first day of the sub-district tournament in Borst Park.

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