WARSAW 3, FORT WAYNE CONCORDIA 2
A third set win from its No. 2 doubles team pushed Warsaw over Concordia in Fort Wayne.
After winning the first set 6-3, Maddie Ray and Amy Herendeen lost the second set 6-4. A determined 6-1 third set clinched the win for the Tigers, a day after Warsaw had to really work to defeat Wawasee 3-2 in a two-stop tour.
Also earning wins for Warsaw were Rachel Boyle at No. 3 singles, four and one, and Raegan Merchant and Rachel Yeager at No. 1 doubles, two and two.
Warsaw (5-2) continues the Fort Wayne theme with a Monday matchup against Canterbury.
TIPPECANOE VALLEY 3, MACONAQUAH 2
For the fourth time in a week, it came down to a swing court. For Valley on Friday, things went their way.
Valley played its fourth 3-2 match of the week, but had its No. 1 singles tandem of Tiphanie Hodge and Makenna Bradley save the day. With the matchup sitting at 2-2, the Valley duo and the Maconaquah duo split the first two sets 6-4, 6-4, setting up a wild third set. The Vikings would rally from down 5-3 in the third to tie the set, and capped off the furious rally with two more games to claim a 7-5 clincher and a Three Rivers Conference win.
Valley got its day going with wins from its other doubles duo, Kaitlin Neese and Haley Baker, which pulled off a 6-2, 6-2 triumph. Gigi Engstrand rolled in the No. 3 singles court by a 6-0, 6-2 count.
Valley moves to 5-4 on the year and will take on TRC foes Wabash and Whitko on Saturday.