Polk County’s tennis team nearly had the perfect day Tuesday.
The Wolverines dropped just one game in their Western Highlands Conference opener against Avery, dominating the Vikings in a 9-0 triumph at Polk.
Payton Stott’s 10-1 victory at No. 4 singles provided the only game a Viking player won during the match.
Polk County (5-1, 1-0) is scheduled to conclude its pre-spring break schedule on Wednesday, traveling to Mountain Heritage.
1. Ryan Heider d. Brock Bindlechner 10-0; 2. Henry Heider d. Carter Dearmin 10-0; 3. Henry Monts d. Garrett Dellinger 10-0; 4. Payton Stott d. Ryan Dunlavey 10-1; 5. Ethan Edwards d. Evan Ayers 10-0; 6. Jesus Avellaneda d. Hunter Whittington 10-0.
1. Monts-Stott d. Bindlechner-Dearmin 6-0; 2. H. Heider-Edwards d. Dellinger-Dunlavey 6-0; 3. Avellaneda-Seth Hardin d. Ayers-Whittington 6-0.