• Bill Davis/News Mount Vernon No. 1 doubles team of Sulehk Fernando-Pieris, left, and Josh McClure prepare for a point during the second set of Thursday’s match against Mansfield Senior’s Wade Jarvis and Josh Lyons. The Yellow Jacket pair won the match, 6-0, 6-0, and Mount Vernon went on to win, 5-0.
  • Bill Davis/News Mount Vernon’s Matt Dinnen returns a serve during Thursday’s match against Mansfield Senior’s Mitch Wade. Dinnen won, 6-0, 6-1, and the Yellow Jackets went on to win, 5-0.

MOUNT VERNON — Mount Vernon’s No. 1 singles player Ben Camara wasn’t challenged in Thursday’s match against Mansfield Senior’s Ethan Luedy.

Throughout the match, Luedy could be heard saying, “You’re kidding me!” and “I can’t believe this!”
Yeah, he’s that good.

The rest of the Yellow Jackets aren’t too shabby, either.

After falling in their first dual of the season, the Yellow Jackets are on a roll. Their most recent dual was nearly perfect, as the Jackets swept Mansfield Senior, 5-0. The Tygers won only four games in Thursday’s five matches. Three of the five matches were 6-0, 6-0.

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