ROCK HILL — The No. 33 Coker Cobras proved too strong for the Newberry men’s tennis team as the third seeded Cobras toppled the Wolves 5-0 in the 2014 Food Lion South Atlantic Conference quarterfinals at the Rock Hill Tennis Center.
The Wolves (9-12) fell behind the Cobras in doubles play, with the closest match coming at No. 1 doubles as seniors Vinicius Botelho and David Sons fell 8-5 to Andre Staab and James Corfield.
Singles play saw Sons and junior Carlos Nicolopulos fall before the final four matches were abandon as the Cobras clinched victory and a semifinals berth.
The Wolves’ loss ends Newberry’s season with a final record of 9-12. Botelho finishes the year as Newberry’s wins leader after posting a 16-4 overall record.