Kauai High School took both the girls and boys tennis matches over Island School Wednesday afternoon in a make-up match at the Kauai Community College tennis courts.
The original match was rained out Saturday.
Kauai boys took the Voyagers, 3-2 with Sasha Rovinsky being the Voyager to chalk a win in the Boys Second Singles, 6-0, 6-0 over Kauai’s Koa Cierras. On the Boys First Singles court, Island School’s David Janshen was a 6-0, 6-2 winner over Kauai’s Akira Takabayashi.
Kauai girls was a 5-0 winner over Island School on their arena.
Kauai’s duo of Trevor Carbonel and Chris Constantion took a 7-6 (12-10), 6- victory over the Voyagers’ Dominic LaFratta and Kahea Kamelani on the Boys First Doubles court.
Nick Badu teamed with Carson Lalin for Kauai’s victory over the Island School pair of Manix Wolan and Noah Howard, 7-6 (12-10), 6-0 on the Boys Second Doubles court.
The Red Raiders wrapped up its boys’ victory when Sage Cierros paired with Cameron Navor to defeat Island School’s Andy Anderton and Patrick McKenna, 6-4, 6-4.
On the girls’ arena, Kauai’s Anna Burkman downed Voyager Ajia Sciafami, 6-0, 6-0 on the Girls First Singles court, and Red Raider Tia Fulk defeated Island School’s Risa Whetsel, 6-0, 6-2.
Kauai’s Kaylin Kukino paired with Hokulani Iseri on the Girls First Doubles court to get past Island School’s Julia Randolph Flagg and Gabri LaFratta, 6-0, 6-4.
Girls Second Doubles belonged to Kauai’s Manna Graziano and Helena Huffman who were 6-4, 6-1 winners over Island School’s Lily Reynolds and Allison Summerhays.
Kauai wrapped up the girls’ series on the Girls Third Doubles court when Miya Reese paired with Rina Takabayashi for a 6-2, 6-3 win over Island School’s Hannah Whelan and Lapis Dove.
Information on the Kapaa and Waimea matches were not available at press time.
Kauai next makes the trip over to Waimea High School courts to face the Menehune Saturday with the first ball being served from 10 a.m.
Island School travels to the Hanalei Bay Resort’s courts to take on Kapaa with the first matches starting at 10 a.m.