Led by No. 1 player Abby Davis, Laurens swept singles en route to a 6-1 Region 1-5A tennis victory over Westside on Tuesday.

Davis (L) d. Alexus Arms 6-2, 6-2. Anna Jenkins (L) d. Mackenzie Jefferson 6-0 6-2. Bella Youssef (L) d. Savannah Coyne 6-0 6-1. McKenzie Little (L) d. Caley Chambers 6-0 6-0. Kelsie Little (L) d. Lilli Taylor 6-0 6-0.

Mackenzie Jefferson-Savannah Coyne (W) d. Becky Brownlee-Rose Tumblin 8-5. Skylar Douglas-Bella Burrafato (d.) Aloner Vezaquin and Mariala Vezuea 6-2 6-0.

Wade Hampton defeated Laurens in straight sets on Tuesday in volleyball.

The Raiders “failed to find a rhythm,” according to coach Erin Fleming. The Generals won 25-11, 25-16, 25-16.

Aija Davis had 14 digs and Rachel Delio four kills. All military, veterans and emergency personnel will be admitted into Wednesday’s Ware Shoals game for free in honor of their service and remembrance of 9/11.

Laurens won the junior varsity match 25-21, 25-23, behind the outstanding play of freshman middle blocker Haylie Cannon.

Clinton Middle School won a fierce four-set match against Johnston-Edgefield-Trenton (JET), 25-18, 26-24, 16-25, 25-12.

Clinton cross country came out on top on Tuesday in boys’ and girls’ cross matches against Dixie.

The boys won, 25-35, over the Hornets. Finishing in the top 10 were: (3.) Zac Bagwell 20:31, (4.) Nick Perkins 20:32, (5.) Kennan Dominick 20:41, (6.) David Wilkie 20:43, (7.) James Anderson 21:21, (8.) William Reid 21:24 and (10.) Joey Ardelt 21:32.

Dorothy Trent won the girls’ race, though the visitors did not have enough to post a team score. In the top 10 were: (1.) Trent 23:41, (2.) Elizabeth Reid 25:06, (3.) Gabi Carles 25:41, (5.) Danielle Trent 27:24, (6.) Erin Donley 29:04, (7.) Quiana Suber 29:10 and (8.) Erykah Richard 29:33.