The Boone girls’ tennis team split a pair of duals, beating Carroll-Kuemper 7-4 on Thursday, but dropping a 10-1 decision to Ankeny Centennial on Monday.


Against Kuemper, Lauren Wieland prevailed at No. 2 singles, 6-2, 7-6 (7-4) as the Toreadors took four of six matches.


Kinsie Zinnel prevailed in a super-tiebreak at No. 3 singles, while Alaney Parker and Ana Freund each won in straight sets.


Parker and Freund routed their opponents at No. 3 doubles 6-1, 6-1. Bailey Miller and Megan Osborn also earned a doubles win, as did the duo of Anna Olson and Kara Lohman.


Centennial, one of the largest schools in the state, held the upper hand throughout the afternoon.


Parker recorded Boone’s only win at No. 5 singles – winning in a super tiebreak – remaining unbeaten on the season.


BOONE BOYS DEFEAT KUEMPER


The Boone boys’ tennis team, ranked No. 6 in the state, earned its 21st consecutive home dual victory Tuesday, beating No. 7 Carroll-Kuemper 8-3.


Joe Zehr, Nick Rose, Brandon Rouse and Ben Craven all won their singles matches. The duo of Rose and Rouse won their doubles match in a super tiebreaker, while Zehr and Marcus McPartland won ins traight sets.


Other winners were the doubles combo of Tate Sandvig and Ben Craven as well as Mason Neely and Ryan Hulse.


Coahc Jed Hammen credit the leadership of No. 1 singles player Connor Patterson and No. 2 Carter Kelley with setting a positive tone and giving the Toreadors a deeper lineup.


“Our depth continues to be our strength,” Hammen summarized.