HOBBS — Host Hobbs edged out Clovis by a point on Friday to take a boys/girls tennis triangular, also including Lovington.
The Eagles and Lady Eagles combined for 48 team points to 47 for Clovis and 37 for Lovington.
Senior Andy North turned in the top performance for Clovis’ boys, beating Bryan Loflin of Hobbs 7-5, 6-1 in the singles championship match. Nate Carter finished sixth for the Wildcats.
In boys doubles, Seth Zarate and Charlie Sharp made it to the finals where they lost to a Lovington tandem 4-6, 6-0, 7-6, including a 7-4 tiebreaker in the third set. Also for the Cats, Jay Shah and Kyle Ferguson placed third and Rosstin Ahmadian and Brady Meador finished fourth.
The girls also had the singles champion, with Jesenia Valez beating three Hobbs players en route to the title, including a 6-3, 6-2 win over Amber Seay in the finals. Lexie Bonestroo finished fifth.
In doubles for the Lady Wildcats, Audie Rodela and Alek Mendoza finished fourth and Alison Ebel and Meera Shah were sixth.
Clovis teams return to action on Monday in a 3 p.m. dual at Portales.