Polk County wrapped up its regular-season home schedule on Tuesday, shutting out Mountain Heritage 9-0 in a Western Highlands Conference boys tennis match.
The Wolverines (12-2, 4-1) will now travel to Owen on Thursday looking to avenge last week’s loss to the Warhorses and earn a share of the WHC championship. Polk County has never won a conference championship in boys tennis.
Polk County dropped just four games in the nine matches on Tuesday.
1. Ryan Heider d. Will Calkins 10-0; 2. Henry Heider d. Corbin Cooper 10-1; 3. Henry Monts d. Nick Mencis 10-3; 4. Payton Stott d. Drew Roy 10-0; 5. Ethan Edwards d. Jack Lee Rumpeltes 10-1; 6. Jesus Avellaneda d. Royer Phillips 10-1.
1. R. Heider-P. Stott d. Calkins-Roy 6-0; 2. H. Heider-Avellaneda 6-0; 3. Monts-Edwards d. Rumpeltes-Phillips 6-0.