Westminster took to the road again for a journey to Trinity-Pawling School in steady, heavy rain. The first three players on were Charlie von Stade ‘21 at No. 7, captain Mac Dye ‘20 at No. 5 and Peter Miller ’22 at No. 3. TP players won the first game at Nos. 5 and 3, while von Stade dominated his match allowing only 10 points over three games. Travis Paulsen’20 followed at No. 6 and lost a tiebreaker first game. Paulsen was more decisive in game two, using low hard cross-courts to his advantage. He won the final three games with increasing control for Westminster’s second team point. Dye played better each game but was ultimately unable to keep his opponent behind him. Miller started to use the back corners better and won game two but then lost game three in a tiebreaker. Finally, with more emphasis on his deep game, Miller closed out the final two games. Gus Hartmann ‘20 followed Dye and although he dropped a game in which there was a scoring mix-up, controlled his match from start to finish with good width, clinching the team win. George Hartmann ‘23 followed Miller and battled the four close games against an equally talented and quick player. In the end, Hartmann was more reliable, staying off of the tin at key moments. Alex Unruh ‘22 had a strong day hitting the nick frequently against a lefty.
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