Roundup: Dover native Brengle gets first career victory at Wimbledon

Madison Brengle

Madison Brengle has posted her share of memorable accomplishments as a pro tennis player.

But on Monday the 27-year-old from Dover added another feat to her resume when she picked up her first career victory at historic Wimbledon.

Brengle opened the Grand Slam tournament with a 6-3, 6-3 victory over Richel Hogenkamp of The Netherlands in the women’s singles draw.

The match lasted only one hour, six minutes. Brengle, who lost first-round matches at Wimbledon in each of the past two years, took four of 10 break points.

Hogenkamp, ranked No. 104 in the world, made 36 unforced errors in the match. She is now 0-3 all-time against Brengle.

Things don’t get any easier for Brengle, who is currently ranked No. 95 in the world. On Wednesday, she faces No. 11 Petra Kvitova at the All England Club.

Baseball

Senior League

Dover 18, Smyrna-Clayton 8: Dover won the District I title on Sunday night with the victory.

Dover went 3-0 in the tournament, outscoring its opponents, 28-15.

Dover advances to the Senior League state tournament, which begins on Saturday at M.O.T.

Softball

Senior League

M.O.T. 16, Smyrna-Clayton 4: The Middletown-area squad wrapped up the District I crown with the victory on Monday night.

M.O.T. went 2-0 in the four-team tournament to advance to the state tourney, which starts on July 14 at Smyrna-Clayton.

Emmalee Cole had three hits while Priya Patel added two in Monday’s win. Winning pitcher Danielle Debenedicttis struck out three.

Kirsten Hammond had a pair of hits for Smyrna-Clayton.

Junior League

Milford 14, Camden-Wyoming 4: Milford took the District I title on Sunday, sweeping the best-of-three series in two games.

Milford next plays in the state tournament, which starts on July 12 in Harrington.

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