NCHSAA girls’ tennis playoffs, 2013

Posted by J. Mike Blake on November 4, 2013 

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Broughton High No. 1 girls’ tennis player senior Maggie Kane returns during a match at East Chapel Hill High on Sept. 18.

HARRY LYNCH — hlynch@newsobserver.com Buy Photo

Broughton entered the playoffs as the No. 1 team in the state. Panther Creek won its first state championship, Cardinal Gibbons won its second and N.C. Science & Math and Raleigh Charter each came in runner-up.

N&O All-Metro team: TBA

Individual 4A Mideast regional story: Sophomores win

Individual 4A state championship story: Wakefield's Susanne Boyden, Panther Creek's Sammi Smith and Jordan Strickland win titles

Note: All matchups are listed as they appear top-to-bottom on the NCHSAA bracket with “//” dividing the top portion from the bottom. Scores in parentheses.

4A East

1st round (Tuesday, Oct. 15): Green Hope (6-3) at New Hanover; Garner (5-2) at Southern Pines Pinecrest; Jordan at Fayetteville Jack Britt (5-4); Millbrook (9-0) at JH Rose // Person County at Panther Creek (9-0); Fayetteville Cape Fear at Clayton (9-0); Hope Mills South View at Broughton (6-0); Lumberton at East Chapel Hill (9-0)

2nd round (Tuesday, Oct. 22): Green Hope (6-0) at Garner; Millbrook (9-0) at Jack Britt // Panther Creek (6-0) at Clayton; East Chapel Hill at Broughton (5-1)

3rd round (Monday Oct. 28): Green Hope (5-1) at Millbrook // Panther Creek (5-3) at Broughton

East regional final (Wednesday Oct. 30) Green Hope at Panther Creek (5-1)

State championship (Saturday, Nov. 2) Panther Creek def. Ardrey Kell 5-1

3A East

1st round (Tuesday, Oct. 15): Topsail (5-1) at Jacksonville; Cedar Ridge at Fayetteville Terry Sanford (6-0); Burlington Williams at Rocky Mount (6-0); Western Guilford at Triton (6-3) // Swansboro at Eastern Wayne (6-0); Wilson Hunt at Cardinal Gibbons (7-1); Cameron Union Pines at Northern Guilford (5-4); Cleveland at Thomasville Ledford (6-3)

2nd round (Tuesday, Oct. 22): Topsail at Terry Sanford (9-0); Rocky Mount (6-0) at Triton // Cardinal Gibbons (6-0) at Eastern Wayne; Northern Guilford (6-3) at Ledford

3rd round (Monday Oct. 28): Rocky Mount at Terry Sanford (5-1) // Link textNorthern Guilford at Cardinal Gibbons (5-0)

East regional final (Wednesday Oct. 30): Cardinal Gibbons (5-4) at Terry Sanford

State championship (Saturday, Nov. 2): Cardinal Gibbons def. Weddington 5-1

2A East

1st round (Tuesday, Oct. 15): Holly Ridge Dixon at Clinton (ppd to Wednesday); Climax Providence Grove at N.C. Science & Math (9-0); Jordan-Mathews (6-0) at Washington; Kill Devil Hills First Flight at Greene Central (5-1) // Durham School of Arts (6-3) at Wheatmore; Wilson Beddingfield at Carrboro (5-0); North Lenoir at Edenton Holmes (9-0); Fairmont at East Duplin (7-1)

2nd round (Tuesday, Oct. 22): Dixon at NCSSM (9-0); Jordan-Matthews at Greene Central (5-2) // Durham School of the Arts at Carrboro; Holmes at East Duplin

3rd round (Monday Oct. 28): Greene Central at NCSSM (6-0) // Holmes at Carrboro (5-4)

East regional final (Wednesday Oct. 30): Carrboro at NCSSM (5-2)

State championship (Saturday, Nov. 2): Salisbury def. NCSSM 5-1

1A East

1st round (Tuesday, Oct. 15): Gates County BYE; Franklin Academy (5-0) at Riverside-Martin; Louisburg BYE; Seven Springs Spring Crek at East Carteret (6-0) // North Duplin BYE; Tarboro at Raleigh Charter (7-1); Whiteville BYE; Lejeune (8-1) at Wallace Rose-Hill

2nd round (Tuesday, Oct. 22): Franklin Academy (5-0) at Gates County; Louisburg at East Carteret // Raleigh Charter (5-0) at North Duplin; Lejeune at Whiteville (5-0)

3rd round (Monday Oct. 28): Franklin Academy (5-1) at East Carteret winner // Raleigh Charter (5-3) at Whiteville

East regional final (Wednesday Oct. 30): Franklin Academy at Raleigh Charter (5-3)

State championship (Saturday, Nov. 2): Mt. Airy def. Raleigh Charter 6-0

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