LAWRENCEVILLE -- Collins Hill's boys tennis team won its season opener 5-0 over Berkmar on Tuesday behind singles victories from Ryan Maloney, Chris Clark and Jake Inderrieden.
Tyler Anderson and Tyler Kallgren won at No. 1 doubles, while Mark Zacharias and Alec Rahmanian added a win at No. 2 doubles.
Providence 5, Holy Innocents' 0
ATLANTA -- Singles wins by Jon North, Emory Williams and Mike Moye helped Providence Christian to a 5-0 win over Holy Innocents' on Thursday.
Parker Story and Christian Turner were victorious at No. 1 doubles, as were David Chi and Eric Casey at No. 2 doubles.
Dacula 5, Flowery Branch 0
FLOWERY BRANCH -- Dacula (1-1) came back a day after a tough and cold start to the season and rolled past Flowery Branch 5-0 on Thursday.
Kevin Ramberg, Matt Nelson and Caleb Barth were singles winners. Blair Kievit and Blake Hutchins won at No. 1 doubles. Wes Sherwood and Alex Garmon rounded out the sweep at No. 2 doubles.
Mill Creek 5, West Forsyth 0
HOSCHTON -- Mill Creek opened the season with a 5-0 sweep of West Forsyth on Thursday.
Singles winners were Adam Gonterman, Quentin Lavender and Lee Mike Turner. Nick Hallberg and Tucker Fleming won at No. 1 doubles, while Brad Adkins and J.J. Needham completed the sweep at No. 2 doubles.
Collins Hill 5, Berkmar 0
LAWRENCEVILLE -- Emily Flood, Lina Tibavinsky and Cassie Owensby won their singles matches as the Collins Hill girls tennis team opened the season Thursday with a 5-0 win over Berkmar.
Kaitlin Torke and Jillian Estes won at No. 1 doubles, as did the No. 2 pairing of Maddie Owensby and Megan Gorham.
Providence 3, Holy Innocents' 2
ATLANTA -- Providence Christian got a No. 1 doubles win from Rebecca Swindall and Abby Mazza to clinch a 3-2 win over Holy Innocents' on Thursday.
Also picking up points for the Stars were Christy North at No. 1 singles and Jenny Hersh at No. 3.
Mill Creek 3, West Forsyth 2
HOSCHTON -- Mill Creek edged West Forsyth in the season opener by combining Mallory Kolts' win at No. 3 singles and a doubles sweep Thursday.
The No. 1 doubles team of Stacy Mottesheard and Nela Handac earned the Hawks a point, while Cailey Stevens and Allison Weaver closed out the victory at No. 2 doubles.