FARMINGTON — Monday was conference tournament for the MAAA schools, and after the courts were dried out from the overnight rains at Farmington High School and Wilson Rozier Park, the five conference teams commenced the single-elimination format.
When the last serve had landed, the Farmington Knights claimed the team championship by winning all six single brackets and three doubles brackets for a perfect 27 points. North County was second with 12 points, Potosi was third with seven, Central scored six points and Arcadia Valley had two.
The doubles matches were played first and with the third seed bracket somewhat depleted, the matches were finished somewhat early. But in all three doubles seeds the Farmington Knights posted the final win.
Julian Rennhak and David Halley downed Potosi’s Chad Noble and John Haguewood by a score of 8-4 for the No. 1 class championship. Arcadia Valley’s team of Cody Davis and Jarvis DeBrecht placed third.
Chris Singer and Patrick Singer claimed the No. 2 class championship with an 8-5 win over North County’s John Poston and Jarred Martin, and Potosi’s Chad Pashia and Kurtis Davis were the third-place winners.
Josh Bertram and Josh Hise were Farmington’s No. 3 class winners in doubles with an 8-5 triumph over North County’s DwightTrollinger and Nick Newberry. Central’s Matt Boyer and Ryan Weekley placed third.
Round after round brought forth championship wins for Farmington in each of the six classes of singles.
Chris Singer defeated Potosi’s Noble, 8-5, with Cody Christopher from Central placing third for the No. 1 class. Rennhak won 8-1 over Central’s Matt Bess in the No. 2 singles, and Poston of North County placed third. Patrick Singer shut out North County’s Greg Jeude, 8-0, for the No. 3 singles championship, and Arcadia Valley’s Patrick Wessell took third place.
Halley won the No. 4 singles with an 8-1 score over Potosi’s Davis, and Martin of North County was third. Eric McNeill took first in No. 5 singles with an 8-1 win over North County’s Trollinger. Weekley of Central placed third. Aaron Murray was an 8-4 winner over North County’s Newberry in No. 6 singles with Boyer of Central placing third.
Farmington also won the J.V’s bracket with Jacob Crews winning it 7-6, 7-5.