Glover remains undefeated
The BHS Boys tennis team traveled to Shawnee Mission Park to compete in the Gardner-Edgerton Invitational Saturday.
Senior Blake Glover kept his undefeated season alive by going 3-0, winning 8-0, 8-0, 8-2. After Saturday, Glover's record is now up to 20-0.
"I'm in the zone right now. When you're in the zone, you don't think about anything," Glover said. "This is the best tennis I have played in my four years at Baldwin High."
Senior Adam Guss returned from a football injury to compete in his first singles match of the season. He placed second in No. 2 singles action.
"I'm happy to be back," Guss said. "I am looking forward to the rest of the season."
In No. 1 doubles, sophomore Jeff Wagner and freshman Eric Jorgensen went 0-3.
"Jeff and Eric struggled. I threw them into No. 1 doubles because of absences caused by state band," said coach Troy Webb.
Sophomores Hans Broers and Corey Venable placed fifth in No. 2 doubles competition.
The team is starting to gel and looking forward to the upcoming Class 4A Regional competition.
"They are starting to get it together; Guss has a legitimate chance at going to state," Webb said.
Next action for the squad is the DeSoto Invitational on Saturday.
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