FORT WAYNE – The Concord girls tennis saw its outstanding season end Saturday.
The Minutemen, making their first semistate appearance in 25 years, lost 5-0 to defending state champion Indianapolis Cathedral in the Homestead Semistate.
Cathedral, which improves to 20-1, advances to the eight-team State Finals next weekend.
Concord, which won the Northridge Regional title for the first regional since 1992, finishes at 13-3. The Minutemen also won the Northridge Sectional championship, the first sectional title for the program since 2003.
Cathedral lost a total of just three games on the three singles courts. Maeve Koscielski, the defending individual state champion, beat Alana Brusker 6-0, 6-2 on the No. 1 singles court.
Meg Coleman of Cathedral beat Regan Landis 6-0, 6-1 at No. 2 singles action and Claire Koscielski topped Maya Klopfenstein 6-0, 6-0 at No. 3 singles play.
The duo of Cole Spau and KK Combs posted a 6-3, 6-3 win over Emma Westlake and Keegan Thursby at No. 1 doubles. The team of Bella Montefalco and Cassie Kronenberger topped Allison Murphy and Meaghan Godzisz 6-4, 6-3 at No. 2 doubles play.
Coach Jan Soward will lost three seniors in Brubaker, Westlake and Murphy.
Concord closes out its season at 13-3.