T.C. Roberson showed Monday that it indeed has one of the top girls tennis teams in Western North Carolina, posting an 8-1 win over Polk County in a non-conference match in Skyland.
The senior-laden Rams swept all six singles matches in improving to 11-1 overall, their only loss earlier this season to Asheville. The two teams meet again on Thursday.
Polk County’s No. 1 doubles team of Hannah Jenne and Tana Harris earned the lone point for the Wolverines, an 8-0 win at No. 1 doubles.
The Wolverines (10-4) are slated to be back in action Tuesday, traveling to Avery for a Western Highlands Conference match, before beginning a four-match homestand on Thursday against Mountain Heritage.
1. Audrey Chor (R) d. Hannah Jenne 10-1; 2. Cara Jansen (R) d. Tana Harris 10-2; 3. Abby Roberts (R) d. Haven Dufford 10-1; 4. Jasmine Gallaway (R) d. Bella Marino 10-8; 5. Caterine Rand (R) d. Trinity Branham 10-1; 6. Sydney Butler (R) d. Ava Marino 10-6.
1. Jenne-Harris (P) d. Paige Horner-Kendall Champlin 8-0; 2. Gracie Reinhardt-Shaina Masterman (R) d. Alana Seay-Willow Arkell 8-4; 3. Morgan Neal-Seairra Davis (R) d. Logan Morlino-Sophie Young 8-3.