The Montevideo girls tennis team played six matches the past week, winning three of them.
Sauk Centre topped the Thunder Hawks 5-2 here last Thursday.
Winning their matches for Montevideo were Nikki Erickson at No. 3 singles and the No. 3 doubles team of Avery Koosman and Natasha Smith.
On Saturday, the Thunder Hawks won all three of their matches in a quadrangular at Marshall, defating Morris/Chokio-Alberta 5-2 and Worthington and Marshall, both by 7-0 scores.
Going unbeaten for the day were Ashley Hoehne at No. 3 singles, Natasha Smith at No. 4 singles, and the doubles teams of Nikki Erickson and Macy Peters, Jessa Kack and Mikaela Erickson, and Avery Koosmann and Tina Lipinski.
Montevideo lost 5-2 at Hutchinson on Monday. Hoehne, at third singles, and Smith at fourth singles, had Montevideo’s wins.
The hectic week concluded with a 7-0 road loss to a very good Minnewaska Area team Tuesday. Three of the matches went to a third set.
The Thunder Hawks have a pair of home matches coming up. They host Morris/Chokio-Alberta today (Thursday) and Yellow Medicine East on Tuesday. Montevideo has beaten both teams earlier this season.
The Thunder Hawks have a record of 9-7 with five dual matches, one invitational tournament and the West Central Conference tournament remaining in the regular season