Mayo second in prestigious event
MADISON, Wis. — Rochester Mayo landed second to perennial Minnesota girls tennis power Edina on Saturday in the prestigious Dominican Cup.
The event, which had eight teams and encompassed four states (Minnesota, Illinois, Wisconsin, South Dakota), had Edina finish as champion with 92 points. Mayo scored 65.
Mounds View, Minnetonka and Sioux Falls O'Gorman (S.D.) were just behind, with 65, 63 and 62 points, respectively.
Mayo was led by Kate Rosenow, finishing second at No. 2 singles. The No. 2 doubles team of Delany Edwards and Meryl Nath, and the No. 3 doubles team of the varied combination of Laura Cattaneo, Sam Francis and Marion Renault were both second.
"It was some great early-season competition from some of the top teams in the Midwest," Mayo coach Dave Edwards said. "It was great to see the girls get to play in so many three-set matches against that type of competition."
Edina 92, Mayo 67, Mounds View 65, Minnetonka 63, Sioux Falls O'Gorman (S.D.) 62, University School of Milwaukee (Wis.) 44, Edgewood (Wis.) 33, Lake Forest Academy (Ill.) 21.
No. 1 singles — Kyle Boyer, 6th. No. 2 singles —Kate Rosenow, 2nd. No. 3 singles —Marika Pitot, 3rd. No. 4 singles —Christina Hagan, 5th. No. 1 doubles —Paige Becher/Jacqueline Cliby, 5th. No. 2 doubles —Delany Edwards/Meryl Nath, 2nd. No. 3 doubles —Laura Cattaneo, Sam Francis, Marion Renault, 2nd.