Despite the less-than-ideal weather conditions, a handful of high school tennis matches were played featuring local squads Thursday, although all three matches ended with less-than-ideal results for Midcoast teams.

The Georges Valley boys and girls each fell to Winthrop, respectively, while the Rockland girls lost to talented Waterville. The Tigers appear to playoff-bound with only two matches left to play against Medomak Valley and Lincoln Academy of Newcastle.

Girls tennis

Waterville 4, Rockland 1 … At Waterville, the Tigers were bested by a top-tier Waterville team despite a well-played match, according to Rockland coach Nick Blais.

The individual results, with Rockland players listed first, were: Allison Ward lost to Colleen O’Donnell, 1-8; Natasha Seavey fell to Olivia Lopes, 0-8; and Taylor Stevens fell to Jayme Saulter, 0-8.

In doubles, Chelsea Hawksley and Phoebe Ferraiolo beat Lexi Russo and Brittany Saulter, 9-7; and Ciera Bedard and Sarah Henry lost to Mel Bureau and Emily Dufour, 5-8.

Prior to Thursday’s match, Rockland (6-3, 32.4306 points) was fifth in the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Eastern Class B, while Camden Hills (10-0, 114.2361 points) was first in the 15-team region.

Winthrop 5, Georges Valley 0 … At Winthrop, the Buccaneers forfeited the final two matches of the day due to time constraints after the match became academic, dropping their seventh match of the season.

The individual results, with Buccaneers listed first, were: In singles, Kasie Waters lost to Mikki Scott by forfeit; Rosemary McGeady lost to Molly Lindsey by forfeit; and Lindsay Joyce fell to Katherine Spahr, 1-8.

In doubles, Michaela Garrett and Erika Tardif lost to Amber Prichard and Jess Scott, 1-8; and Bethany Schulberg and Amelia Rinehardt lost to Emma Spahr and Amber Gilman, 3-8.

Georges Valley (2-7, 1.6667 points) is 11th in Western Class C, while North Yarmouth Academy (8-1, 68.8889 points) is first in the 15-team region.

Boys tennis

Winthrop 4, Georges Valley 1 … At Rockport, the Buccaneers could not keep pace with the talented Ramblers and dropped their fifth match of the season, this time indoors at Midcoast Recreation Center.

The individual results, with Buccaneers listed first, were: In singles, Gordon Armstrong lost to Adam St. Pierre, 2-10; Charlie Baker fell to Dan Miles, 2-10; and Cy McGeady defeated Aaron St. Pierre, 11-9.

In doubles, Luke Rector and Tyler Gilson fell to Ryan Valle and Brady Frautten, 5-10; while Wesley Bryant and Sam Crockett lost to Cody Plasterer and Deklen Chu, 3-10.

According to Buccaneer coach Kathryn Armstrong, McGeady played his “best game this season” in the match against St. Pierre, who was a tough opponent. McGeady trailed 5-7 and “came back to win with a lot of focus and excellent execution.”

Prior to Thursday’s match, Georges Valley (4-4, 14.1667 points) was ninth in Western Class C, while Dirigo of Dixfield (9-0, 69.0278 points) was first in the 13-team region.

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