Last week marked the last regular season home match for the girls' varsity tennis team, facing district rival Clarke County.
Senior Kelsey Kane, who has handedly taken down opponents at every match, finished the night with a 10-0 victory. If she manages to beat Clarke's number one tennis player this week she will win the Bull Run District Singles Championship.
At second seed, senior Claire Pribulka dominated her opponent with a 10-1 victory. She frustrated her opponent with a fierce spin and was aggressive at the net.
Senior Claire Sedmak found herself in an early hole down 0-3. However, she fought back and won ten straight games to win 10-3.
Senior Alexa Shaffer faced a closer match and finished with a victory of 10-6, with teammate Jessica Lim winning 10-2.
Kane and Sedmak played at the one spot for doubles and beat their opponents 10-5. If they win this week over Clarke's number one doubles team then they will win Bull Run Doubles Championship.
Shaffer and Pribulka dominated their opponent with a final score of 8-1. Natalie Lesgourgues and junior Christel DeOcampo won their doubles match 8-3.
A win this week over Clarke will mark the teams fifth straight District Championship.