Wolverine tennis team topples Kings Mountain
Polk County’s boys tennis team continued its early-season success Tuesday, downing Kings Mountain 6-3 in a non-conference road match
Polk County’s boys tennis team continued its early-season success Tuesday, downing Kings Mountain 6-3 in a non-conference road match.
The Wolverines improved to 3-0 with the win.
Polk County won five of the day’s six singles matches to seal the team win, with Ryan Heider, Henry Heider, Grant Waddell and Adam Kehrer all winning to remain undefeated this season in singles play.
Jarod Searcy also win his singles match and the Heiders teamed for a doubles win.
Polk County returns home on Wednesday to face Hendersonville in a non-conference match at 4 p.m.
1. Ryan Heider (PC) d. Noah Dettloff 10-0; 2. Henry Heider (PC) d. Connor Goodson 10-3; 3. Jarod Searcy (PC) d. Ayden Roper 10-2; 4. Grant Waddell (PC) d. Triston Hannon; 5. Adam Kehrer (PC) d. Mark Petrilli 10-2; 6. Ryne Smith (KM) d. Kalob Jackson 10-4.
1. R. Heider-H. Heider (PC) d. Dettloff-Goodson 8-0; 2. Roper-Hannon (KM) d. Waddell-Kehrer 7-6 (8-6); 3. Petrilli-Smith (KM) d. Searcy-Jackson 6-4.
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