Tough home loss.
"General McLane is usually a very good team, but add in a foreign exchange student from Boznia at the number-one position and they are extremely tough," said Warren coach Norm Dziendziel, whose Dragons were sept, 5-0. "Our girls gave it all they had, and that's all you can ask for."
At No. 1 singles, Lauren Beach lost, 1-6, 1-6, to Adena Apahalic; Corie Eckman fell, 4-6, 1-6, to Logan Welch, and; Cassie Johnson lost, 2-6, 26-, to Lindsey Sipple.
Times Observer photos by Ben Oviatt
Cassie Johnson, above, and Corie Eckman, left, return General McLane shots during a 5-0 loss on Monday at Betts Courts.
In doubles, Warren's Shoshanna Ochocki and Morgan Genberg lost 2-6, 5-7 to Erin Sipple and Kayla Eeg, and Maggie Hansen and Kim Parroccini lost, 5-7, 4-6, in two close sets to Shayla Dillan and Gillian Dunn.
"This high level of competition is improving our team," said Warren assistant coach Jeff Bartsch. "Warren is ready for a big win. We will be expecting some breakout matches for our key players in our upcoming matches."
Warren (5-6) hosts Mercyhurst Prep on Tuesday.