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The Jefferson City Lady Jays finished 3-0 on Saturday to win the Jefferson City First Serve Tournament, held at Washington Park and the Crusader Athletic Complex.

The Lady Jays opened with 8-1 wins against Helias and Hickman, then clinched the title with a 5-0 win against Lebanon.

Jefferson City won all nine doubles matches during the tournament.

Starting with Helias, Jefferson City's Sandhiya Baskar and Sudhi Kumar won 8-4 against Jessica Cowley and Sage Bentlage, Akhi Donthireddy and Madelyn Becker won 8-3 against Mya Bremer and Carley Drinkard, and Jaden Harper and Lauren Statler won 8-6 against Kylie Bernskoetter and Lainie Mantle.

In singles play, winning for the Lady Jays were Baskar against Cowley (8-2), Donthireddy against Bentlage (8-1), Kumar against Bremer (8-6), Harper against Drinkard (8-0) and Statler against Mantle (8-1). Helias' lone win in the dual was Bernskoetter against Becker (8-4).

In the Hickman dual, singles winners for the Lady Jays were Donthireddy (8-1), Kumar (8-3), Becker (8-2), Harper (8-2) and Statler (8-1). Baskar dropped her match 4-8.

In doubles, winning for Jefferson City were Baskar and Kumar (8-5), Donthireddy and Becker (8-2) and Harper and Statler (8-1).

Against Lebanon, Baskar and Kumar won their doubles match 8-0, while Donthireddy and Becker won 8-3. Harper and Statler made it a perfect 9-for-9 in doubles competition for the day with an 8-5 win.

Baskar and Becker each won 8-0 in singles. Leading in their singles matches at the time the dual was clinched was Donthireddy (7-0), Kumar (3-0), Harper (5-0) and Statler (3-0).

Jefferson City (3-0) hosts Rolla on Tuesday.

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