The Georges Valley boys and girls tennis teams will let nothing get in the way of completing all of its regular-season matches, no matter where they play or when.

The Buccaneers have been all over the map in recent days, with Monday seeing the Bucs traveling to Kents Hill to face Monmouth Academy. The Mustangs already had been locked in to play a match against St. Dominic of Lewiston at Kents Hill, so the Bucs crashed the party with the Mustangs now thrown into a doubleheader.

Georges Valley also traveled to Brunswick Tuesday, May 24 to face Lisbon of Lisbon Falls in an indoor tennis match. The Buccaneers will finish the regular season Wednesday, May 25 against Hall-Dale of Farmingdale. It will be the Bucs’ final regular-season matches as the school combines with Rockland District High School to form Oceanside High School next year.

Boys tennis

Monmouth Academy 3, Georges Valley 2 … At St. Dominic Monday, the Bucs played an “incredibly competitive” match with the Mustangs, but came up just short in a spectacular match.

The individual results, with Buc players listed first, were: In singles, Gordon Armstrong defeated Kevin Smith, 11-9; Charlie Baker lost to Robby Neal, 8-10; and Cy McGeady defeated Nick Trenholm, 11-9.

In doubles, Luke Rector and Tyler Gilson lost to Chris Taylor and Kyle Brown, 8-10; while Wesley Bryant and Sam Crockett lost to Joe Menice and Robert Vickers, 8-10.

Georges Valley coach Kathryn Armstrong said the match was grueling and “incredibly competitive,” with all five pro-set matches each decided by two points. She added that both Baker, at second singles, and Bryant and Crockett, at second doubles, trailed 6-2 at the break, but rallied to make their matches interesting.

Georges Valley (4-6, 10.0000 points) is 10th in the Maine Principals’ Association Heal Point Standings for Western Class C, while Winthrop (9-0, 100.6944 points) is first in the 13-team region.

Girls tennis

Georges Valley 5, Monmouth Academy 0 … At Kents Hill Monday, the Bucs earned their third win of the season and did so in convincing fashion over the Mustangs. All three of Georges Valley’s victories this season have come on 5-0 scores.

The individual results, with Buc players listed first, were: In singles, Kasie Waters defeated Taylor Scott, 10-2; Rosie McGeady beat Molly Plossay, 10-6; and Lindsay Joyce bested Brittany Roberts, 10-7.

Both doubles matches were won by forfeit by Georges Valley due to time constraints.

Georges Valley (3-7, 12.7778 points) is 11th in Western Class C, while North Yarmouth Academy (9-1, 102.2222 points) is first in the 15-team region.

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