The competition didnt get any easier Saturday for the Durango High School boys tennis team.
After a day of blistering heat and blistering competition Friday that left the Demons with only a handful of wins, Durango couldnt net any Ws on Day 2 of the Western Slope Open in Grand Junction.
I think the guys are motivated, and theres a lot of room for improvement, DHS head coach Reagyn Germer said.
As a team overall, theres just room.
At No. 1 singles, Ryder Searle lost to Fairview 10-7.
At No. 2 singles, Aaron Cash lost to Fruita Monument 10-1.
At No. 3 singles, Wesley Komick lost to Grand Junction Central 10-4.
At No. 1 doubles, Dylan Blair and Patrick Neal lost to Greeley West 10-8.
At No. 2 doubles, Blake McDaniel and Jalen Muller lost to Aspen 10-3.
At No. 3 doubles, Alec Ensign and Harrison Quick lost to Steamboat Springs 10-5.
At No. 4 doubles, Garrett Crowell and Boyd Matheson lost to Littleton 10-3.
I dont think the scores really reflect how well the guys played, Germer said. I just think that they played really well.
Durango will play its first home matches of the season next weekend, first at 4 p.m. Friday against Grand Junction, then Grand Junction Central at 10 a.m. Saturday at the DHS tennis courts.