Wolverine tennis team rolls past Avery in WHC opener
Polk County opened Western Highlands Conference play on a winning note Tuesday, downing Avery 7-2 in girls tennis action at Polk County
Polk County opened Western Highlands Conference play on a winning note Tuesday, downing Avery 7-2 in girls tennis action at Polk County.
Led by Hannah Jenne’s 10-0 triumph at No. 1 singles, the Wolverines (8-2, 1-0) won five of the six singles matches to secure the match win before the start of doubles play.
Polk County added wins at No. 1 and No. 3 doubles to cap the victory.
The Wolverines continue WHC play on Thursday at Mountain Heritage.
1. Hannah Jenne (PC) d. Hannah Rice 10-0; 2. Tana Harris (PC) d. Ellie Kitchin 10-4; 3. Aiden Betz (A) d. Haven Dufford 10-6; 4. Julia Griffin (PC) d. Camryn Greene 10-1; 5. Bella Marino (PC) d. Cassie Bailey 10-1; 6. Virginia Rostick (PC) d. Emma Kitchin 10-1.
1. Jenne-Harris (PC) d. Rice-Greene 8-2; 2. Ellie Kitchin-Betz (A) d. Marino-Trinity Branham 8-3; 3. Ava Marino-Sara Muse (PC) d. Emma Kitchin-Hannah Vernon 8-2.
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