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    2017 - 2018

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Away
League
vs.
Taft School
Loss 0-5
@ Taft School
Away
League
vs.
Indian Mountain School
Loss 0-7
@ Indian Mountain School
Home
League
vs.
Forman School
Win 5-0
@ Playing Fields - Tennis Courts
Home
Cancelled
League
vs.
St. Luke’s School
@ Playing Fields - Tennis Courts
Away
League
vs.
Millbrook School
Loss 3-4
@ Millbrook School
Home
League
vs.
Canterbury School
Loss 1-6
@ Playing Fields - Tennis Courts
Away
League
vs.
Westover School
Loss 2-3
@ Westover School
Away
League
vs.
Canterbury School
Loss 0-7
@ Canterbury School
Away
League
vs.
Forman School
Win 4-2
@ Forman School
Away
Cancelled
League
vs.
Storm King School
@ Storm King School
Home
Cancelled
League
vs.
Millbrook School
@ Playing Fields - Tennis Courts
Home
League
vs.
Taft School
@ Playing Fields - Tennis Courts

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List of 8 news stories.

  • Gunnery JV Girls Loses to Crosstown Rival Canterbury

    It was a difficulty day for the Gunnery JV Girls Team agains Canterbury.  Though several of Gunnery Girls played very close matches they could not put together a one losing 7-0 to the Saints.
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  • Gunnery JV Tennis Wins at Forman School

    After two close recent defeats the Gunnery JV Girls traveled crosstown to beat the nearby Forman School 4-2.
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  • JV Girls Tennis in Nail-biter at Westover

    On a beautiful spring day the JV Girls Tennis traveled to nearby Westover and played in a very exciting and very close match. In doubles the number one team of Alina Kim and Lynn Wang played extremely well to score an 8-2 victory.   At number two doubles Larisa Wilber and Z-Ray played a strong match but lost 4-8.  At number three doubles Sophia Novoa and Ana Thompson were in a real see-saw battle before finally prevailing 8-6 which gave Gunnery a 1-0 lead in the match.  At both number 2 and number 3 singles Lynn Wang and Nina Lin lost quickly by the same score 1-8 and at this point Westover had the match lead 2-1.  Gunnery needed to win the last two singles in order to take the match.  At number one singles, Saara Aaltonen was cruising at 6-2 but her opponent began to hit several strong serves and made a couple of key point shots to eventually tie the match at 7-7.  However, Saara gathered herself together and came back strong winning the next two games in a row to win 9-7.  This now tied the match 2-2 with the number 4 singles hanging in the balance.  Freshman Ariel Wen, playing at number 4 singles, showed great poise and coolness in a very close match.  At 6-6, Westover made several key shots including a lucky tip shot off the top of the net to win the match 6-8.  This gave Westover an overall 3-2 win.  Great play and sportmanship was evident in all games.  Monday (7 May), JV Girls will travel to cross town rival Canterbury and will seek to avenge an earlier loss to the Saints.
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  • Gunnery JV Girls Tennis Suffers Tough Loss

    Gunnery JV Girls Tennis played in an extremely close match against Canterbury but suffered a 1-6 loss to its crosstown rival.
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  • Girls JV Tennis Plays Tight Match at Millbrook

    The JV Girls Tennis team traveled to Millbrook School and played an extremely exciting and competitive match.  In singles, Saara Aaltonen at the Number One position, was super winning 8-4.   The other singles players  Lynn Wang, Ana Thompson, and Belle Crocco all lost 8-1 but they all played well with many deuce points and ads.  In doubles both squads refused to give up, leading to some terrific play and an exciting afternoon of tennis.  At first doubles (Lynn Wang and Alina Kim) in a very close match won 8-5.  At number three doubles Sophia Novoa and Nina Lin were also in a thriller and persevered to win 8-6. The deciding match of the day was the number two doubles where Larisa Wilber and Zray Tunis were also in a nail-biter.  Unfortunately for Gunnery they lost the match 6-8 thereby giving Millbrook the overall win 3-4.  It was a really fun day and everyone had a terrific experience.
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  • Gunnery JV Girls Tennis Win 5-0

    The Gunnery's JV girls tennis team posted its first win of the season in a competitive match against the visiting Forman School
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  • Competitive Match at IMS

    JV Girls Tennis travelled to Indian Mountain School to play a very competitive match.  While the final score was 7-0 overall there was excellent play demonstrated at all levels. Number 1 singles (Anne Beatty) and Number 2 singles Saara Aaltonen played really well before losing by scores of 8-4, respectively.  Great spirited play and court presence was demonstrated in every match. Well done!
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  • Taft Wins JV Girls Tennis Opener

    Gunnery travelled to Taft for its opening tennis match where the Taft team played extremely well. Gunnery Junior Anne Beatty playing #2 singles was down 0-6 and fought back to 5-6.  It was a strong recovery but her opponent then took the last 2 games to win the match 5-8.  It was the most competitive match of the day.  Regardless of the final score in the words of Gunnery Sophomore Sophia Novoa " we might have lost but we all had fun."
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