Polk sweeps Mountain Heritage to cap perfect conference season
Polk County finished a perfect run through the Western Highlands Conference on Wednesday, sweeping Mountain Heritage 9-0
Polk County finished a perfect run through the Western Highlands Conference on Wednesday, sweeping Mountain Heritage 9-0 in girls tennis play in Burnsville.
The Wolverines finished their second straight undefeated WHC record with the sweep, completing their regular season with an 11-4 overall record, including 8-0 in conference matches.
The Wolverines dominated the day’s action, with Virginia Rostick’s 11-9 win at No. 4 singles the closest contest of the afternoon.
Polk County will take part Tuesday in the WHC postseason tournament at Owen.
1. Hannah Jenne d. Meagan Robinson 10-1; 2. Tana Harris d. Kelsey Sullivan 10-1; 3. Julia Griffin d. Paige Fortner 10-0; 4. Virginia Rostick d. Hannah Robinson 11-9; 5. Sara Muse d. Mariah Allen 10-2; 6. Ava Marino d. Savannah Deyton 10-6.
1. Harris-Griffin d. M. Robinson-Sullivan 6-0; 2. Jenne-Rostick d. H. Robinson-Allen 6-0; 3. Muse-Marino d. Deyton-Chrislyn Shuford 6-0.
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