The South Tama County girls tennis team played host to North Iowa Cedar League foe Grundy Center on Tuesday. The match served as the debut for South Tama in the NICL. The Trojans swept all nine matches on the evening for a 9-0 victory.
STC senior Kendra Bradley downed Sydnie Gutosky at No. 1 singles by a score of 10-1. sophomore Emily Martin turned back Erica Pabst at No. 2 singles 10-3. STC sophomore Madison Baack dropped just two games in route to a 10-2 victory over Sarah Day at No. 3 singles. After dropping the first game of the set, STC senior Sarah Holtz ran off ten straight games to defeat Katelynn Coy at No. 4 singles 10-1.
At No. 5 singles, STC senior Sierra Old Bear blanked Gabby Hamas 10-0. The host team got a sweep of singles play when Alexandrah Walker eliminated Johana Ash 10-2.
South Tama sophomore Emily Martin returns a volley during a match Tuesday as head coach Steve Bearden watches from the side. Martin won her singles match 10-3 as the Trojans swept Grundy Center.
The Trojans continued their winning ways in doubles play as Bradley/Holtz outplayed Grundy Center's Gutosky/Pabst 10-4 at No. 1 doubles. STC's Martin/Baack outclassed their opponents at No. 2 doubles as they dropped Day/Coy 10-0. Finally, the team of Old Bear/Walker made it a perfect night for the Trojans as they downed Ash/North 10-1.
In junior varsity Action, STC downed Grundy Center 4-0. STC got wins from Aubree McFate/Blair Bridges, Regina Balderas/Tori Appelgate, Natasha Musgrave/Taylor Muhlstein, and Caitlin Svacina/Leah Mann.
The Trojans will next compete at 4:15 p.m. Monday at Union.