Abilene won two of four individual titles en route to scoring 30 points, while Concordia finished in second place with 21, Hays finished third with 20. Topeka Hayden was fourth with 16, Ellsworth was fifth with 13 and Chapman rounded out the tournament in sixth place with two points.
Abilene picked up individual frowns from Matthew Barlow at No. 1 singles and the tandem of Kaynan Anderson and Connor Kijowski at No. 1 doubles.
Hays’ Cody Brown won the No. 2 singles title while the tandem of Ellsworth’s Angus Dufon and Tyler Lamb teamed up to win the No. 2 doubles title.
Abilene jumped in front in the team race early on as the Cowboys went 4-0 in the opening round against Chapman, then went 3-1 against Hays and had three different individual entries earn berths in the championship round from Pool A.
Hays went undefeated against Chapman in the third round in Pool A.
Topeka Hayden and Ellsworth split 2-2, their opening matches in Pool B. Concordia went 3-1 against Ellsworth in the second round and Concordia split with Topeka Hayden 2-2 in the final round in Pool B.
“Overall it was a great tournament,” Stredney said. “Matthew had a great day of tennis. He won every match 8-0, so he wasn’t really wasn’t tested today. … our 1s both won the championship so it was a good day for us.”
Abilene’s Barlow met up with Topeka Hayden’s Paul Flynn in the No. 1 singles match. Abilene’s Anderson/Kijowski met up with Concordia’s Rony Bohevit and Joel Timme in the No. 1 doubles championship match.
Barlow beat Flynn 8-0 and Anderson/Kijowski beat Bohervit/Timme 8-4.
Hays’ Brown met up with Concordia’s Drew Knapp in the No. 2 singles championship while Ellsworth’s Dufon/Lamb met up with Abilene’s Ben Weissenbach/Trey Jackson in the No. 2 doubles championship.
Brown beat Knapp 8-3 and Dufon/Lamb beat Weissenbach/Jackson 8-5.
“Overall as a team it was a very good tournament for us,” Stredney said.