Much like its first win of the season, the boys tennis team showed off its depth against Exeter on Saturday, earning points from the top to the bottom of its ladder, winning the team match 5-2.
Junior Ken Chandraprasert and freshman Langston Woody got the team off to a great start when they won their No. 1 doubles match after climbing back from a 6-3 deficit to win 8-6. Junior Liam Scott and sophomore Mann Pandya also won a tightly contested doubles match 9-7, clinching the doubles point for the Pelicans.
In singles play, Chandraprasert stepped up once again and won the No. 1 matchup 6-2, 6-2. Seniors Ramesh Shrestha and Ben Rush won their matches at No. 2 and No. 4, respectively, and Pandya finished off the day with a win at the No. 5 spot.
The highlight of the match was Rush's impressive comeback. After dropping the first set, he fought back to win a second-set tiebreak and super tiebreaker for the third set and match.
The team will host Choate for a matchup on Wednesday, April 11, with the Wild Boars at 2:30 p.m.