Polk County's Sara Muse teamed with Ava Marino for an 8-0 win in No. 2 doubles.

Polk County clinched a share of the Western Highlands Conference regular-season title Wednesday, routing Mountain Heritage 9-0 in WHC girls tennis action at Polk.

The Wolverines (12-2, 5-0) can claim the title outright on Thursday with a win at Owen.

Wednesday’s match was never in doubt as Polk County dropped just two games in the nine matches combined. Hannah Jenne, Tana Harris, Julia Griffin, Bella Marino and Virginia Rostick were all 10-0 winners in singles, with Haven Dufford earning a 10-2 win at No. 3 singles.

Jenne and Harris, Ava Marino and Sara Muse and Willow Arkell and Trinity Branham were each 8-0 winners in doubles play.

With the Owen match its final regular-season contest, Polk County will host the Western Highlands Conference tournament on Tuesday.