Lake Norman Charter, in the state finals for the first time in girls’ tennis, won the 2A championship Saturday at N.C. State University.
Lake Norman Charter (17-0) beat Durham’s North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics (12-1) 5-2. Hannah and Olivia Archer won their singles matches and then combined for a 10-0 win in No. 1 doubles. The Archers also won the N.C. 2A individual singles championships earlier this month.
Lake Norman Charter’s Lauren Loveless, who won a tiebreaker to win her match and give her team a 4-2 lead, was named most valuable player. Loveless is Lake Norman Charter’s No. 5 singles player.
Science and Math has been to the championship seven times in the past eight years in two classifications andwon two titles.
Lake Norman Charter also got a singles win from Lauren Bush.