Campbellsville High School tennis teams competed in the Heartland Conference tennis tournament recently, and took home several trophies.
In the girls’ singles tournament, senior Kyrsten Hill won her first and second round matches and was eliminated in the third.
Samantha Johnson, a freshman, won her first round match and was eliminated in the second.
In the boys’ singles tournament, junior Cody Davis won his first, second and third round matches to advance to the championship. Davis lost that match to a player from Marion County.
CHS junior Jackson Hunt won his first round match and was eliminated in the second round.
In the girls’ doubles tournament, senior Mallory Haley and freshman Victoria Cox won their first, second and third round matches to advance to the championship. The duo lost that match to a team from Taylor County.
Doubles partners Shauna Jones, a senior, and junior Sara Farmer lost their first round match.
And in the boys’ doubles tournament, senior Zack Settle and junior Cass Kidwell won their first, second and third round matches to advance to the championship. The two lost the final match to a duo from Marion County.
CHS sophomore Brandon Greer and freshman Patrick Walker lost their first round match.
The CHS boys’ team was the overall runners-up.
Settle and Kidwell were doubles runners-up, and Davis was singles runner-up.
And Haley and Cox were doubles runner-up for the girls’ team.
Tyler Hardy coaches the boys’ team, and Bradley Harris is the girls’ team coach.