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By CHRIS BROOKS, sports editor,

ANDOVER — When the night concluded in Andover on Tuesday, the clock approached at the top of the 11th hour. In their doubleheader against the Bobcats of Hinsdale, 56 combined runs came across the plate in a series that saw each team split a game, with host Andover/Whitesville holding off a late fourth inning rally by Hinsdale in what was a 12-10 game one victory.

Andover/Whitesville (3-10) held a lead by as much as nine at one point during the first game battle with Hinsdale, as they struck while the iron was hot right away with a 4-0 lead through the first inning. After the two teams delivered a scoreless second, they went straight back to work again by adding to their lead with a pair in the bottom of the third inning.

The bats would come alive after Hinsdale (1-10) ended the shutout bid in the visiting half of the fourth, as Andover/Whitesville grew their lead out to a 10-1 advantage – their largest lead of the game.

But it would not last long however, as the Bobcats countered in rallying fashion to set up a battle coming down the stretch, as they scored a seven-run fifth to close the gap once more to a pair of runs entering the last two innings of play.

At game’s end, the hosts in purple were able to hang on to secure the victory.

In the second game to end the night, it got even wilder.

It was an offensive and special teams affair between the two clubs, as they combined to score 34 runs in what was a 23-11 victory for the Bobcats, who would go on to pick up their very first win of the season in the process.

Complete statistics and box scores for each game were not made available upon publication.

Both teams are back in action Thursday night in a pair of 5 p.m. battles, with Andover/Whitesville paying a visit to Fillmore, while Hinsdale heads back home to host Bolivar-Richburg.

Bolivar-Richburg 10, Fillmore 2

BOLIVAR — At this stage of the season, the stakes have never been higher.

With one week of regular season play left to go, the race towards the Allegany County title in Division I is on. Entering the night on Tuesday, the Wolverines of Bolivar-Richburg and the Eagles of Fillmore are both at the top vying for the League’s top prize.

The Eagles have just one loss, while the Wolverines remain unbeaten in the County. You do the math.

In their first meeting, both teams engaged in a back-and-forth affair straight down to the wire. After what was an 8-7 edging of Fillmore in the last go-around over the road, the season series finale came to a close in Bolivar.

But this time around, it was much different. The Wolverines were at the very top of their game.

With Trey Buchholz and Landon Danaher splitting duties on the mound for Bolivar-Richburg, they would come together to hold Fillmore at bay, as they scored early on but would never let them reach the board again, freezing them to just three hits while the Wolverines offense broke away with a big ending to come away winners in a 10-2 rout.

“I’m very pleased. We knew this was going to be a big game, and we stepped up,” said Wolverines coach Dustin Allen. “We got down in the top of the first, and then we had a couple of mistakes on top of that. But we kept battling, and we managed to get some big hits at the right time. All the pitchers threw strikes today. It was a pitcher’s duel for the most part, and when we got the timely hits to move the runners around, Landon (Danaher) and the defense settled in to keep Fillmore still.”

Like their previous meeting, Fillmore and Bolivar-Richburg (14-1) traded some early game barbs, with the Eagles striking first with the very first run, while the Wolverines provided a response an inning later by doubling up with a two-run second frame.

After each team scored a run in the third and then a scoreless bout of defense, the bats would pick back up for the hosts in black and red, as they went on to score the game’s last seven runs, including a five-run home half of the sixth led by a collection of RBI singles after loading the bases behind the Eagles (11-2) defense.

Landon Danaher, Wyatt Karnuth and Cam MacDonell all had RBIs to provide Bolivar-Richburg in the frame to help branch out their lead over Fillmore insurmountably, going on to remain undefeated in League play with a season sweep of the Eagles.

Buchholz would go on to collect the victory behind three strikeouts and a walk before Danaher came on in relief and shut Fillmore right down, pitching four scoreless innings by allowing just one hit, handing out eight chairs and walking just two.

At the plate, four different Wolverines recorded a pair of hits at the plate to go with the team’s 11 total, as Karnuth led the way with a double and three RBI. MacDonell would finish with two RBI to go with his two hits, while Aydin Sisson and Caden Allen each had two hits.

Fillmore was led by Nolan Krzeminski, who had two hits. Brent Zubikowski had the final hit. On the mound, Zach Sisson struck out four and walked three in his four-inning start.

Both teams are back in action Thursday night in a pair of 5 p.m. contests, with Bolivar-Richburg hitting the road to visit Hinsdale, while Fillmore heads back home to host Andover/Whitesville.

Fillmore 101 000 0 – 2 3 3

Bolivar-Richburg 021 025 X – 10 11 2

FIL – Zach Sisson (LP) (4K, 3BB), Brent Zubikowski (5) (2K), and Alex Ellsworth.

B-R – Trey Buchholz (WP) (3K, BB), Landon Danaher (4) (8K, 2BB), and Ethan Childs.

Cuba-Rushford 8, Genesee Valley/Belfast 5

CUBA — For the most part on Tuesday, the Rebels of Cuba-Rushford were off to a flying start through the first three innings, with the offense coming to life while Benson McCumiskey was on fire on the hill.

As a result, a five-run frame for the Rebels started the game and gave them a lead to work with for the rest of the way, despite Genesee Valley/Belfast adding in a five-run inning themselves a short time later, as the hosts squeezed out a narrow 8-5 victory.

“Benson was in command all game, and the five runs have gave up were unearned,” Rebels coach Pat Wight said. “He had control of the zone and he looked very comfortable. It was good to see us bounce back after a tough game with C-G last night. We get a couple days off to do some fine-tuning, and rest some arms before a long stretch of games come up before the end of Sectionals.”

With two scoreless innings being carefully placed in the metaphorical wagon, Cuba-Rushford (6-9) was the first team to strike during their third go-around on offense, firing the offensive cannons with a five-run home half of the third which was powered up by a big two-run double off the bat of Austin Pinney to give them the lead to control.

The momentum continued farther into another inning, as the Rebels scratched across three more runs to give themselves their largest lead of the game – at eight. But a fuse went off for the JagDogs (6-9) to get offense of their own going.

In the fifth, they would respond with a five-run stand of their own in the top of the fifth, cutting their deficit from eight to three to amp up the pressure coming down the stretch. However, Cuba-Rushford was able to handle everything Genesee Valley/Belfast was able to throw in their direction, securing the win along the way.

McCumiskey was awarded the win for the Rebels behind six solid innings of work, fanning nine and walking three in the triumph. At the plate, Logan Lewis went 2-for-3 with a pair of RBI, while Sam Grover added in a hit and RBI himself.

For Genesee Valley/Belfast, Max Miller was the sole cause behind their five-run frame in the fifth, as he blasted a three-run double to erase even more of the deficit. But in the end, time would run out on the potential comeback bid for the Rebels, as the JagDogs managed to hang on for the win.

On the mound for the visitors, Matt Weaver went all seven innings by striking out seven and walking three. At the plate, Elden Aquila had a double.

Both teams will have Friendship/Scio up next on their slates, with Genesee Valley/Belfast having their first shot starting on Thursday back home, hosting them in a 5 p.m. battle in Belmont.

24 hours later, it will be Cuba-Rushford’s turn to take on Friendship/Scio, as that meeting gets set for a 5 p.m. start on Friday.

Genesee Valley/Belfast 000 050 0 – 5 6 1

Cuba-Rushford 005 300 X – 8 8 5

GVB – Matt Weaver (LP) (CG, 7K, 3BB), and Justin Hill.

C-R – Benson McCumiskey (WP) (9K, 3BB), Austin Pinney (7) (K), and Logan Lewis.


Avoca/Prattsburgh 6, Friendship/Scio 2

PRATTSBURGH — Friendship/Scio’s Nevaeh Ross and Avoca/Prattsburgh’s Annabella Putnam were dealing left and right from within the circle on Tuesday in Prattsburgh. While they were handling their respective defenses, as for the offense, the runs would come sparingly.

A bundle of scoreless innings were docked on the scoreboard, but when it mattered most, the bats for Avoca/Prattsburgh were poised to make some noise.

After a quick run from Friendship/Scio to open the game up, the hosts would string together a few of their own in the home half of the third inning, taking a lead away from their opposition that they would never give back to them, despite some pressure, as Avoca/Prattsburgh squeezed out a tremendous 6-2 victory on their home field.

The game would open up in the top of the third after two shutout innings by Ross and Putnam were recorded, as Friendship/Scio (10-4) saw Morghyn Ross collect an RBI to plate a run. Avoca/Prattsbugh in turn, would respond with four of their own off three different swings.

Putnam, Emma Carlton and Susie Moore all provided the big RBI swings to help break it open, with Moore blasting a crucial two-run single, while Carlton and Putnam each garnered one RBI on their singles.

The lead for the hosts was cut back down to half after Friendship/Scio saw Kiara Grover add to the attack with a deep double into the outfield to score Keely Sisson on the play, as the visitors now saw themselves down by a pair in good positioning to try and make a go-ahead move down the stretch.

But Avoca/Prattsburgh would deny that chance during their final at-bats of the game, as they scored two more massive pieces of insurance to spread their lead out against Friendship/Scio insurmountably to sustain the lead until the end.

Friendship/Scio collected two runs off just five hits on offense. In the circle, Nevaeh Ross fanned eight and walked two in her start, while Putnam handed out 14 strikeouts in turn for Avoca/Prattsburgh.

Up next, the Lady Saints of Lima Christian are coming to town to visit Friendship/Scio tonight for a 5 p.m. battle in Scio.

Friendship/Scio 001 100 0 – 2 5 6

Avoca/Prattsburgh 004 002 X – 6 6 0

F/S – Nevaeh Ross (LP) (CG, 8K, 2BB), and Morghyn Ross.

A/P – Annabella Putnam (WP) (CG, 14K, 6BB), and Riley Stowe.

Cuba-Rushford 7, Genesee Valley/Belfast 3

CUBA — Both Genesee Valley/Belfast and Cuba-Rushford alternated scoring innings from start to finish on Tuesday. But there was a common denominator in the midst of it all – it began and ended with the host Lady Rebels.

The ice was broken with a great start out of the gate by the hosts, and then was secured in the end with massive pieces of insurance paying a large amount of dividends coming down the stretch to close out the game, as the Lady Rebels took care of business with a 7-3 victory over the Lady JagDogs.

Cuba-Rushford (4-9) was the first to strike during their opening round of at-bats, as they scored two big runs which were driven in by Harlie Jones and her two-run double that she launched into the outfield to open up the scoring right away.

On the other hand, Genesee Valley/Belfast’s (6-8) three runs were scored all by running on the bases, scoring one in the second to cut their early deficit in half before doing it again later on in the top of the fourth with a two-run fame that saw them trail 5-3 at the end of the fourth.

After Jones and Laney Murphy contributed some big RBI singles in the third inning to push the Lady Rebels lead, it would now come down to brass tax in their final two stands of offense. The hosts would make sure the opportunity to provide some clutch hitting would not go unnoticed, as they scored two massive pieces of insurance that included a Murphy RBI single in the bottom of the sixth to push their lead out to four.

From that point on, the rest was on Sydney Howard, as she allowed a runner to reach on error before shutting down the Lady JagDogs offense with the next three batters tumbling in order to end the game.

Howard would record the win in the circle for the Lady Rebels, striking out nine and walking seven in the tossed two-hit victory. At the plate, Jones and Murphy each finished with three hits, while Lillian Forward had two.

As for Genesee Valley/Belfast, Harley Proctor had both of the team’s hits on the attack, recording two singles. In the circle, Ashley Burrows fanned five in her complete game effort for the Lady JagDogs, who now head home to Belmont to welcome in Friendship/Scio for a 5 p.m. visit on Thursday.

Cuba-Rushford is right back onto the field tonight, as they hit the road to visit the Bolivar-Richburg Lady Wolverines in a 5 p.m. first pitch of their own.

Genesee Valley/Belfast 010 200 0 – 3 2 4

Cuba-Rushford 203 011 X – 7 11 1

GVB – Ashley Burrows (LP) (CG, 5K), and Harley Proctor.

C-R – Sydney Howard (WP) (CG, 9K, 7BB), and Riley Keller.

Andover/Whitesville 8, Hammondsport 4

HAMMONDSPORT — Sometimes in the game of softball, you have to make enough noise on offense that will resonate from start to finish. For the Andover/Whitesville ladies over the road on Tuesday, that was exactly the case against Hammondsport.

The team would get off to a furious start at the plate to form a big early lead to hold on to. But little by little, the host Lady Lakers would chip away at Andover/Whitesivlle, scoring a pair of runs in the home half of their first at-bats, and later in the sixth.

But the clutch hitting on offense came through in a humongous way to keep Andover/Whitesville out in front in the end, as they returned home victorious with some key insurance runs in the seventh helping provide an 8-4 win to send them back up to .500 on the season.

“This was a great win tonight for the girls. Zoey (Lee) was outstanding keeping the batters off balance at the plate, and the defense behind her was stellar as well. This was one of those games to be a part of, for everyone.” said Andover/Whitesville co-coach Al Barber.

Special teams would play a key role early on for Andover/Whitesville (6-6) in the top of the first, during their first at-bats, as they capitalized on a series of walks handed out by Hammondsport because an RBI single from Makaila Brewster and a sacrifice fly from Emily Schweigart helped power up the opening outing.

In the bottom half however, Hammondsport’s response was just as fast, as Danica Dresser blasted a lead-off solo home run that left the park in a hurry. The home run would help set up a 5-2 deficit that would ultimately work its way down to one after four straight scoreless innings.

After hanging a crucial zero to Andover/Whitesville in the sixth, the Lady Lakers began to inch ever so closer to them with their final two runs coming across in the bottom of the sixth.

That would provide Andover/Whitesville one last chance to secure their lead for good. That help would wind up giving the visitors the room they needed to hang onto dear life for the win, as Aislinn Hamilton and Gabbi Hall both came through with massive hits, including an RBI double for Hamilton before Hall crushed a two-run triple in the seventh inning.

The two clutch hits would put a bow on Andover/Whitesville’s win, as Zoey Lee held off the opposition with three strikeouts and two walks. At the plate, Kennedy Bledsoe fronted the attack with two of the team’s five hits in all.

Andover/Whitesville is back on the road Thursday night with a 7 p.m. first pitch slated in Fillmore against the host Lady Eagles.

Andover/Whitesville 500 000 3 – 8 5 2

Hammondsport 200 002 0 – 4 7 2

A/W – Zoey Lee (WP) (CG, 3K, 2BB), and Gabbi Hall.

HAM – Alexia Swarthout (LP) (CG, K, 7BB), and Samantha Pratt.

Bolivar-Richburg 12, Fillmore 1

RICHBURG — With their first loss of the season and a series split with the Lady Lions of Wellsville now in the rearview mirror, the Bolivar-Richburg Lady Wolverines now shifted their focus onto getting back on track in time for the big dance after next week.

24 hours later back home, they went on to do just that against the visiting Lady Eagles of Fillmore, starting fast with a 7-0 lead through the first three innings of play and never looking back on it the rest of the way, as they bounced back successfully with a 12-1 triumph in Richburg on Tuesday.

“It was nice to be able to get that bounce back game after that loss last night. Everyone contributed at the plate, and Haley (Mascho) pitched a great game. She located and mixed her pitches up very well.” said Lady Wolverines coach Brooke Lovell.

The offensive brigade for the Lady Wolverines (12-1) saw 12 runs off 10 hits come into fruition, with seven of those runs being scoring in the first three innings of play to set the tone against Fillmore right from the start.

With help from three different Lady Wolverines across the game, they would score five of the last six runs to cement their lead for good, including a four-run fifth inning to cap off the scoring. Of the bats, Jessica Majot went 4-for-5 with four total RBI and two runs scored. McKinlee Harris added in three hits, driving in a pair and scoring once, while Braelin Bentley drove in four runs of her own off two hits.

On the mound, Haley Mascho stood her ground by holding Fillmore (8-6) to six hits, fanning eight Lady Eagles to pick up the win in her complete game.

As for the Lady Eagles, they were able to record their only RBI in the top of the fourth from Skylar Gaddy, who would go on to record a 2-for-3 outing of offense to pave the way, while Preslee Miller added in a double. In the circle, Saige Friedl fanned four and walked six in her start.

Bolivar-Richburg is back in action tonight back home, as they host Cuba-Rushford in a 5 p.m. contest. As for the Lady Eagles, they head back home to host Andover/Whitesville for a 7 p.m. battle under the lights.

Fillmore 000 100 0 – 1 6 5

Bolivar-Richburg 232 140 X – 12 10 0

FIL – Saige Friedl (LP) (CG, 4K, 6BB), and Lizzy Nugent.

B-R – Haley Mascho (WP) (CG, 8K), and Madigan Harris.


Wellsville 37, Hinsdale 18

FRANKLINVILLE — On another gorgeous day for golf, the Lions of Wellsville would continue their winning ways back over the road on Tuesday at the Ischua Valley Country Club, as Mason Parks and Briar Dye would both lead the way with the medaling round in the match, fueling up a 37-18 win over the host Bobcats in Franklinville.

Parks and Dye were the top golfers on the scorecard for Wellsville (7-3), as they both shot the lowest round of the match by recording a 49. Jack Jordan followed suit with a round of 50. Dylon Day chipped in with a 56, while Serena Boussa had a 61 to round off.

The Bobcats (2-6) were led by a team-low round of 55 from Caden Miller. Hinsdale will travel to the Bolivar Golf Club today for a 4 p.m. contest against the host Wolverines.

As for the Lions, they too are back in action today but now at Allegany Hills, as they visit the Rebels of Cuba-Rushford for a 4 p.m. contest of their own.

Bolivar-Richburg 35, Cuba-Rushford 19

RUSHFORD — At Allegany Hills, it was a match that was controlled by a balanced scorecard from the visiting Wolverines of Bolivar-Richburg, despite the medalist round being awarded to Cuba-Rushford’s Sebastian Saulter, as they rolled towards a 35-19 win over the Rebels on Tuesday, in Rushford.

The Wolverines (2-4) were led by a team-low round of 53 provided by Parker Worth at the top of the scorecard. Maddox Day and Gauge Robinson followed closely behind with one another, each scoring rounds of 59 and 60 respectively. Ryan Greeson pitched in with a 62, while Ryder Easton rounded off with a 67.

Cuba-Rushford (1-7) was led by Saulter’s medalist round on the links, as he recorded the match-low round of 50. Following behind was Ethan Fries, who had a 72. Macy Minges added in an 80, while Cliff Karn scored an 88.

Both teams are back on the links today in a pair of 4 p.m. tee times, with Bolivar-Richburg heading back home to host Hinsdale at the Bolivar Golf Club, while Cuba-Rushford remains pat at home to welcome in Wellsville.


Wellsville 4, Addison 1

ADDISON — The Lions of Wellsville made sure their return to the tennis court for the first time in nearly two weeks, as they provided a sweep of all three singles matches to clinch the overall victory over the road on Tuesday, powering their way past host Addison and towards a 4-1 road victory.

Matt Bittel, Ryan Haggerty and Hua Qui Zhang all had the singles wins for the Lions (4-5) to lead the way, with Bittel scoring a near shutout of Addison’s Brent Knaisch in the first singles match that was won by a 6-1, 6-1 count.

Haggerty would fight his way through a second-set tiebreak to come away with the two-point advantage he needed to take care of the second singles victory by a 6-4, 7-5 count, while Zhang finished his third singles match dominantly with a 6-2, 6-0 decision.

In the doubles department, the second doubles team of Joel Janssen and Keenen O’Connor were able to help Wellsville’s cause with a strong 6-1, 6-2 win to complete the overall match victory at the end of the day.

The Lions are back on the court tonight, as they return home to host Campbell-Savona in a 5 p.m. first serve.


1. Matt Bittel (WLSV) def. Brent Knaisch (ADD), 6-1, 6-1.

2. Ryan Haggerty (WLSV) def. Charles Jacobson (ADD), 6-4, 7-5.

3. Hua Qui Zhang (WLSV) def. Nick Wright (ADD), 6-2, 6-0.


1. Ahmet Colak/Jenny Zheng (ADD) def. Adam Iantorno/Keaton Sharpe (WLSV), 6-4, 7-6.

2. Joel Janssen/Keenen O’Connor (WLSV) def. Graydon Harding/Deanita Kinasih (ADD), 6-1, 6-2.

Fillmore 5, Andover/Whitesville 0

HOUGHTON — 11 straight wins have begun Fillmore’s season on the court. On Tuesday back on their home turf, they made it 12 by taking care of business behind four straight-set shutouts, including a sweep of all three singles matches to propel towards a 5-0 blank of visiting Andover/Whitesville at Houghton College.

Eben Schilke, Noah Strickland and Marcus Wolfer all led the singles competition for the Eagles (12-0), as they dominated with 6-0, 6-0 wins over Andover/Whitesville’s Will Kent, Trey Kent and Elden Terhune to clinch match victory in a flash.

In the doubles matches, two sibling tandems came together to deliver two more mighty wins for the hosts, as the first doubles team of Carter and Isaiah Sisson (6-0, 6-0) and Carson and Layton Sanasith (6-1, 6-1) both finished off the match win for Fillmore.

The Eagles are back in action on Thursday when they visit Bolivar-Richburg in a 5 p.m. contest, while Andover/Whitesville (0-8) heads to visit Cuba-Rushford in a 5 p.m. first serve of their own on Friday.


1. Eben Schilke (FIL) def. Will Kent (A/W), 6-0, 6-0.

2. Noah Strickland (FIL) def. Trey Kent (A/W), 6-0, 6-0.

3. Marcus Wolfer (FIL) def. Elden Terhune (A/W), 6-0, 6-0.


1. Carter Sisson/Isaiah Sisson (FIL) def. Taegan McCrea/Morgan Saterlee (A/W), 6-0, 6-0.

2. Carson Sanasith/Layton Sanasith (FIL) def. Bryne Hunt/Kori Carlin (A/W), 6-1, 6-1.

B-R splits home twinbill against C-R, Houghton Academy

BOLIVAR — Two matches were in store for the Wolverines of Bolivar-Richburg to start their new week on the court. At the end of the night on Tuesday, the team was able to come away with a split, taking a 5-0 decision over Cuba-Rushford to begin before falling to the hands of Houghton Academy by a 4-1 count to conclude the action.

In the first match, the Wolverines (5-3) were able to capitalize on three forfeit victories that would automatically help them clinch match victory out of the gate. Just two singles matches would take the court, both being collected by Jacopo Canepa and Anthony Densmore to secure the match win, as they rolled to 10-1 victories at first and second singles respectively, over Cuba-Rushford’s Nate Cole and Tyler Findlay.

Ben Kisel would add a third singles forfeit while grabbing both doubles matches along the way.

To close out, the Wolverines would had to fight tooth and nail from start to finish with the Panthers of Houghton Academy. Despite two hard-fought matches in the singles division, it was a battle that the Panthers were able to come away victorious in behind two three-set matches from Alex Fraile and Caleb Hilshire.

At first singles, Fraile had to find his way back after a back-and-forth first set, as she set the tone for the rest of the way with a dominant second set finish that led to a three-set win over Canepa.

For Hilshire at second singles, his path ahead was a tretcherous one, having to navigate through back-to-back tiebreaks. After splitting them with Densmore, he would rebound after the second set defeat by rolling towards a 6-2 third set win to secure the overall victory by a 7-6, 6-7, 6-2 decision.

Houghton Academy (5-2) would finish off the match win over the Wolverines with a first doubles win from the team of Lucy Lu and Lucas Matias Rocha (6-4, 6-3), as they claimed victory over Gwen Coats and Andrew Crawford.

At second doubles, Bolivar-Richburg would lay claim to their only win against the Panthers from the team of Zane Pangburn and Nebula Wilson-Smith, as they rolled past Houghton Academy’s team of Hajar Ahmadi and Katharinia Held for a 6-1, 6-0 victory.

All three teams will return to action at 5 p.m. on Thursday, with the Wolverines playing host to undefeated Fillmore, while Cuba-Rushford (0-8) and Houghton Academy head to Houghton College to face one another in a contest of their own.

Bolivar-Richburg 5, Cuba-Rushford 0


1. Jacopo Canepa (B-R) def. Ethan Cole (C-R), 10-1.

2. Anthony Densmore (B-R) def. Tyler Findlay (C-R), 10-1.

3. Ben Kisel (B-R) by for.


1. Gwen Coats/Andrew Crawford (B-R) by for.

2. Kayley Putnam-Bacon/Nebula Wilson-Smith (B-R) by for.

Houghton Academy 4, Bolivar-Richburg 1


1. Alex Fraile (HA) def. Jacopo Canepa (B-R), 4-6, 6-0, 6-2.

2. Caleb Hilshire (HA) def. Anthony Densmore (B-R), 7-6, 6-7, 6-2.

3. Josh Paschalis (HA) def. Ben Kisel (B-R), 6-1, 6-2.


1. Lucy Lu/Lucas Matias Rocha (HA) def. Gwen Coats/Andrew Crawford (B-R), 6-4, 6-3.

2. Zane Pangburn/Nebula Wilson-Smith (B-R) def. Hajar Ahmadi/Katharinia Held (HA), 6-1, 6-0.

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