The Glenvar boys evened their tennis record at 5-5 with a 5-4 win over Giles in Three Rivers District tennis last week.
Winning match points for Glenvar were Blake Bowers and Seth Crouch at number three doubles, Nick Deaton and Garrett Howell at number two doubles and singles victories by Deaton at two, Bowers at five and Crouch at six.
“Giles has a very strong, athletic team and we had to play very well to take the five points for the win,” said Glenvar coach Mark Rohrback.
The Glenvar boys have two matches against Radford, one against Carroll County, one against Floyd, one against Giles and one against Alleghany left on the schedule. A Monday match with Radford was rained out and rescheduled for May 1.
The girls were also rained out Monday after losing to Alleghany last week, 8-1. Both the boys and girls are scheduled to play against Carroll County today, with the boys at home and the girls at Hillsville.
The Salem teams have not played in the past week after getting rained out of matches with Cave Spring on Monday and Pulaski County on Tuesday. Salem will attempt to make up the Pulaski matches today, with the boys at home and the girls at Pulaski. On Friday the boys are at Patrick Henry and the girls will play PH here.
“The weather has been horrible for tennis this year,” said girls’ coach Mike Gibson.