The Blue Springs boys tennis team can no longer can tie for the Suburban Big Six boys tennis title.

The Blue Springs boys tennis team can no longer can tie for the Suburban Big Six boys tennis title.

Four singles victories helped Liberty to defeat the Wildcats 6-3 Tuesday.

Max Martell and Dan Noud prevailed in singles and Tyler Casey and Martell in doubles for the Wildcats (4-6, 2-2).

“I was real proud of Noud,” Blue Springs coach Jody McClain said. “It was the third time in a row he made us competitive in doubles. I was proud of our No. 1 (Casey) and No. 2 (Martell). Those were big wins for them. We have to work harder at getting better at the net.”

Blue Springs took the junior varsity match 5-4.

GRAIN VALLEY 7, ODESSA 2: Powered by five singles wins and a pair of doubles triumphs, the Eagles thwarted host Odessa in a Missouri River Valley Conference West match.

Theo Nichols, Lane Elliott, Cody Zigler, John Travers and Michael Otsubo earned singles victories for Grain Valley while Nichols and Elliott and Zeigler and Travers garnered doubles wins at Nos. 1 and 2 doubles, respectively.

LEE’S SUMMIT WEST 7, TRUMAN 2: Singles players David Franklin and Andy Muelleman were the only winners as Truman suffered a 7-2 defeat at Santa Fe Trail Park.

West was a 9-0 junior varsity winner.

PARK HILL SOUTH 9, WILLIAM CHRISMAN 0: Park Hill South posted a  Suburban Middle Seven win at Santa Fe Trail Park.

BLUE SPRINGS SOUTH 9, RUSKIN 0: Blue Springs South lost only 13 games in the victory over Ruskin.

“It was nice to get some junior varsity kids into the match,” South coach Sheri Rehmer said.
South winners were Alex Martin, Jared Martin, Brent Henderson, John Duffey, Lake Kinzel, Jon Hower, Austin Woody and Alex Fox.

South took the junior varsity match 3-0.