The Vermillion boys tennis team will have had an 11-day layoff by the time they resume their spring season next Tuesday in a dual at Brandon Valley at 4 p.m.
Coach Dan Hanson's Tanagers were scheduled to play a dual at Luverne, MN, Tuesday, but weather forced postponement of that match until next Thursday.
Hanson's third year as VHS coach began with a triangular at Yankton last Saturday. The Tanagers lost to the host Bucks, 9-0, and dropped a 6-3 dual to Sioux City North.
Vermillion claimed a pair of singles winners against North as David Day won at the No. 5 slot and James May captured the No. 6 singles match. The Tanagers' other team point came at No. 3 doubles where Michael Walker and Wes McBride teamed up for a victory.
Yankton 9, VHS 0
1. Jordan Robinson lost to Cyrus Sorenson 10-0.
2. Dylan Scheidel lost to Jacob Rockne 10-1.
3. Ethan Druin lost to Jeremy Cap 10-1.
4. Camden Raizola lost to Michael Wilcox 10-1.
5. David Day lost to Max Hunhoff 10-2.
6. James May lost to Lucas Rockne 10-4.
1. Robinson/Scheidel lost to Sorenson/Rockne 10-4.
2. Druin/Raizola lost to Cap/Wilcox 10-2.
3. Michael Walker/Wes McBride lost to Hunhoff/Scott Stoll 10-3.
S.C. North 6, VHS 3
1. Jordan Robinson lost to Austin Grundy 10-1.
2. Dylan Scheidel lost to Matt Smauelson 11-10 (7-5).
3. Ethan Druin lost to Cory Maurer 10-5.
4. Camden Raizola lost to Chris Habermann 10-3.
5. David Day defeated Joseph Ewing 10-7.
6. James May defeated Alex Hinrichsen 10-5.
1. Robinson/Scheidel lost to Grundy/Samuelson 10-3.
2. Druin/Raizola lost to Maurer/Habermann 10-4.
3. Michael Walker/Wes McBride defeated Ewing/Hinrichsen 10-6.