MASON — The Marble Falls Middle School tennis team placed second at the Mason Tournament Saturday.
“(The Ponies) did an awesome job,” coach Jillian Chumchal said.
The eighth-graders finished in first place as a team.
IN PHOTO: The Marble Falls Middle School tennis team includes Hannah Dockery (front row, left), Lauren Parten, Amanda Johnson, Karina De La Hoya, Riley Wagstaff, Faith Westerman and Savana Eaton; Lyle Schmidt (second row, left), Lane Amidon, Jordan Childress, Cody Reitz and Skylor Postgate; Sulia Armagost (third row, left), Rylie Jacobs, Imani Benouis, Ty Chesnut, James Bryer and Julia Weber; Cody Seeling (back row, left), Mike Stripling, Madison Dyer, Anneclaire McCannon, Makenzie Harrison, Melvin Sanchez and Daniel Baxter. Not pictured are Savannah Vincent, Taylor Tackitt, Sean Paris, Taylor Baker, Aiden Parks and Anna Dimit. Courtesy photo
“As individuals we did really well,” Chumchal said.
Mackenzie Harrison and Anneclaire McCannon were fourth in seventh-grade girls doubles.
Lauren Parten and Amanda Johnson were second in eighth-grade girls doubles.
Melvin Sanchez and Daniel Baxter won consolation in seventh-grade boys doubles.
Sean Paris and Taylor Tackitt captured third place in eighth-grade boys doubles.
Ty Chesnut and Imani Benouis won consolation in seventh-grade mixed doubles.
Julia Weber and James Bryer won consolation in eighth-grade mixed doubles.
Madison Dyer won first place in seventh-grade girls singles.
Hannah Dockery won first place in eighth-grade girls singles.
Cody Reitz won consolation for seventh-grade boys singles.
Mike Stripling won first place in eighth-grade boys singles.
“Everyone who went to the tournament did a great job, worked hard and represented our school proudly,” Chumchal said.