Polk tennis drops just one game in blanking Avery
Polk County’s tennis team nearly had the perfect day Tuesday
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.
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