The Blue Springs tennis team got a 6-3 Big Six victory against Raymore-Peculiar on Tuesday.

The Blue Springs tennis team got a 6-3 Big Six victory against Raymore-Peculiar on Tuesday.

The Wildcats (2-0, 1-0) took four singles and two doubles matches against Ray-Pec. Blue Springs coach Jody McClain said she was proud of the way her young team handled an experience squad.

“They persevered and I was pretty proud of them,” McClain said. “They’re still getting their feet wet.”

McClain said the match was good experience as the team gears up for even tougher competition.

PARK HILL 8, TRUMAN 1: The Suburban Middle Six opener did not go well for Truman.

Still, Truman coach Tara Corwin was pleased.

“The kids played surprisingly well,” she said of the loss at Park Hill. “We were missing our No. 1, 2 and 3 players.”

No. 4 singles player Brett Fredenberg posted the only win for Truman (2-1).

Park Hill claimed a 9-0 junior varsity victory.

PLATTE COUNTY 8, WILLIAM CHRISMAN 1: Visiting Platte County evened the William Chrisman record at 2-2 with the victory at Santa Fe Trail Park.

No. 1 singles player McKay Paialii rallied for a 3-6, 6-1, 6-2 victory over Aaron Stout for the Bears’ only win.

“McKay played well,” Chrisman coach Nathan Mooney said. “He came from behind to have two solid sets.”

Platte County was an 8-1 junior varsity winner.