WMS wins Pioneer League title

The Winfield Middle School girls tennis team.

FRONT ROW, FROM LEFT: Klara Flom, Katherine Lenz, Kaelynn Johnson and Anna Ross.

BACK ROW:  Sabrina Wilson, Alivia Cartlidge, MaKenna Roark, Kadira McClure, Eliza Camp, Nikita McClure and Abby Isom. Not pictured: Mika Karr.

Courtesy photo

The Winfield Middle School girls tennis team captured a share of the Pioneer League Tournament on Tuesday at the T.H. Vaughn Tennis Center.

The Lady Vikings tied for the team title with Prairie Hills. Arkansas City placed third in the seven-team league.

Kadira McClure captured the title at No. 2 singles, while Winfield’s No. 4 doubles team of Klara Flom and Alivia Cartlidge also earned gold medals.

Eliza Camp was runner-up at No. 1 singles and Anna Ross took silver at No. 3 singles.

Three WMS teams earned bronze medals for third place. 

Sabrina Wilson and Nikita McClure teamed at No. 1 doubles, Kaelynn Johnson and Mika Karr placed third at No. 2 doubles, and MaKenna Roark and Katherine Lenz placed third at No. 3 doubles.

Abby Isom finished fourth at No. 4 singles for the Lady Vikings.

Pioneer League Championships

Tuesday at Winfield

T.H. Vaughn Tennis Center

Team Standings — 1t. Winfield; 1t. Prairie View; 3. Arkansas City; 4. Haysville West; 5. Wellington; 6. El Dorado; 7. Haysville.

Winfield Results


No. 1 — 2. Eliza Camp

No. 2 — 1. Kadira McClure

No. 3 — 2. Anna Ross

No. 4 — 4. Abby Isom


No. 1 — 3. Sabrina Wilson/Nikita McClure

No. 2 — 3. Kaelynn Johnson/Mika Karr

No. 3 — 3. MaKenna Roark/Katherine Lenz

No. 4 — 1. Klara Flom/Alivia Cartlidge

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