District singles, doubles titles up for grabs

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Tennis: Townsley, Hsieh-Ratliff/Margevicius are top seeds in 2-4A

By Mike Cote

The District 2-4A championship tennis tournaments have been something of one-sided affairs of late.
Los Alamos’ boys and girls teams are undefeated at the district tournament since joining 2-4A in 2000. While in team competition that’s unlikely to change in 2012, the individual tournament could be very competitive.
The district tournament starts Friday and continues through Saturday in Santa Fe.
Most of the Hilltopper girls’ top players have elected to combine to play in this year’s doubles draw, leaving the singles competition wide open. Meanwhile, the second and third spots in the boys singles draw appear to be up for grabs as well.
For Los Alamos’ boys, their top singles player, Stephen Townsley, has proven to be a deterrent for most of the other singles in 2-4A. Townsley, who has been dominant throughout the 2012 season, grabbed the No. 1 seed in the singles draw and is definitely the one to beat.
The one player in 2-4A that posed the biggest threat to Townsley, Santa Fe’s Warren Fulgenzi Jr., apparently didn’t like his chances well enough in that matchup and elected to team up with Rafael Garcia in the doubles bracket.

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