Knights Win 7th Straight State Tennis Championship
SIOUX FALLS, SD -- Sioux Falls O'Gorman continued it's dominance of girls high school tennis in South Dakota, running away with the school's seventh straight championship Saturday at the state tournament at McKennan Park.
The Knights finished the three-day tournament with a record 764 points to easily outdistance Sioux Falls Washington. The Warriors leap frogged past Aberdeen Central and St. Thomas More on the final day to take second place with 478 points. The Golden Eagles, Cavaliers and Rapid City Stevens round out the top five.
O'Gorman's Morgan Brower defended her first flight singles title, defeating Berkeley Darr of Washington 6-4, 6-1. The team of Brower and Jenna Czarnecki repeated as first flight doubles champions for the Knights, defeating Grace Goble and Madison Fenske of St. Thomas More 6-2, 6-2.
The team title was also O'Gorman's third this week, following championships in boys golf on Tuesday and girls soccer on Friday.
SOUTH DAKOTA GIRLS STATE TENNIS TOURNAMENT
FINAL TEAM STANDINGS
Sioux Falls O'Gorman 764
Sioux Falls Washington 478
Aberdeen Central 474
St. Thomas More 473
Rapid City Stevens 383
Sioux Falls Lincoln 357
Brandon Valley 336
Sioux Falls Roosevelt 292
Aberdeen Roncalli 199
Rapid City Central 143.5