Durango High School’s No. 2 singles player, Sarah Boyle, prepares to swing in Monday’s practice for today’s matchup against Montezuma-Cortez High School at DHS at 4 p.m. The Demons, winless this season, have had their sites set on the Panthers for weeks, coach Dave Weisfeldt said. Cortez features a similarly inexperienced lineup. At No. 1 singles, Sloane Phillips is likely to face Panthers’ No. 1 Tori Pickens. Boyle will go against No. 2 Kristin Dove, and Durango’s No. 1 doubles team of
Taylor Peterson and Allison Schell will face off against Jessica Gonzales and Lauren Haliner. Today’s matches are the first at home for DHS, which has three more home events upcoming against Glenwood Springs, Montrose and Fruita Monument before Regionals begin on May 1.