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Penn College Defending PCAA Coed Tennis Title

The Pennsylvania College of Technology coed tennis team is defending its Pennsylvania Collegiate Athletic Association championship Saturday at the West Branch Tennis Club in South Williamsport.

Six teams will compete beginning at 8:30 a.m. In addition to Penn College, they are Harrisburg Area Community College, Bucks County Community College, the Community College of Philadelphia, Delaware County Community College and Northampton County Community College.

Representing Penn College will be Adam Cleland (East Penn) and John Lafferty (Lansdale Catholic) in men’s singles, Spyke Krepshaw (Southern Columbia) and Dan Quimby (Wellsboro) in men’s doubles, and Krystal Sheredos (Bangor) in women’s singles.

“It will be tough to win the tournament this year since we are short a women’s player for singles and doubles,” said Charlie Baum, Penn College coach.

“Krystal should advance pretty well, and our men’s doubles team should get pretty far as well,”he continued.

“Our men have struggled this year in singles, so it will be a fight for them to get through the bracket, but both are capable if they bring their best on Saturday. There is no dominant men’s singles player, so it’s anyone’s tournament this year. Adam and John are close in skill, so both have good chances to advance,” the coach concluded.

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