Polk netters suffer 6-3 setback to Pisgah
An experienced Pisgah squad handed Polk County just its second loss of the season on Thursday, a 6-3 setback
An experienced Pisgah squad handed Polk County just its second loss of the season on Thursday, a 6-3 setback in boys tennis action at Polk.
The Bears won four of the day’s six singles matches, then wrapped up the match with an 8-2 win at No. 2 doubles to drop the Wolverines to 5-2.
“A bit more experienced than us,” said Polk County head coach Richard Davis. “They have the same top six as last year and they are much improved.”
Polk County continues its non-conference schedule on Monday, hosting R-S Central at 4 p.m.
1. Ryan Heider (PC) d. Tanner Wike 10-3; 2. Henry Heider (PC) d. Evan Loftis 10-4; 3. Zach Mull (P) d. Jared Searcy 10-0; 4. Eric Robinson (P) d. Grant Waddell 10-0; 5. Lane Mease (P) d. Adam Kehrer 10-6; 6. Tucker Lokerson (P) d. Alfredo Avellaneda 10-5.
1. R. Heider-H. Heider (PC) d. Wike-Loftis 8-5; 2. Mull-Robinson (P) d. Waddell-Kehrer 8-2; 3. Mease-Lokerson (P) d. Searcy-Avellaneda 8-5.