Minnewaska edges girls tennis team, 5-2

admin's picture
Amy Zniewski puts away a shot at the net during a third doubles match against Minnewaska last week in Benson.

Minnewaska edges girls tennis team, 5-2

 

The Benson-KMS girls tennis team split a pair of matches to open up the conference schedule last week.

Benson-KMS shut out MACCRAY to open up last week’s action last Tuesday night and then hosted Minnewaska Area, Thursday, with the Lakers pulling out a 5-2 decision.

Benson-KMS, now 3-3 overall and 1-1 in the conference, has two more matches this week, beginning with a home match against Morris Area, Tuesday (yesterday) and continuing with a match at Long Prairie-Grey Eagle, Thursday (tomorrow).

Through the early portion of the schedule, Susan Knutson, Stacy Johnson, Anna Samuelson, and Gracie Lenz all lead the Fighting Braves with 4-2 record.

Benson-KMS 7, MACCRAY 0
The Fighting Braves improved to 3-2 overall with a 7-0 sweep at MACCRAY last Tuesday night.
 Benson-KMS gave up just.......

For more stories like this, and to keep up on all the latest in area sports, subscribe to the Swift County Monitor-News print edition or our PDF internet edition. Call 320-843-4111 and you can get all the local news and sports delivered to you!

 

Amy Zniewski puts away a shot at the net during a third doubles match against Minnewaska last week in Benson.
 

Rate this article: 
No votes yet