Rock Bridge tennis team rolls at Columbia Quad Dual

Saturday, September 11, 2010 | 8:13 p.m. CDT; updated 12:41 p.m. CDT, Monday, September 13, 2010

* This story has been changed to correct the day of the tournament. A previous version of this story said the tournament occurred on Saturday.

 COLUMBIA — The Rock Bridge girls tennis team swept Joplin and Kickapoo at the Columbia Quad Dual on *Friday at Bethel Park.

“They played well and I am very impressed,” Rock Bridge coach Ben Loeb said. "We are making progress as well.” Rock Bridge coach Ben Loeb said.

The victories improve Rock Bridge's record  to 7-1.

“We have done really well," Loeb said. "We lost to Ladue last year by a lot, and even though we lost again to them this year we played a lot better … Hopefully we meet them at state.”

Loeb also praised the contributions of senior Abby Kayser and junior Kay Fischer.

“We are a really close team," Kayser said. "We are even having a tie-dye party after this. It leads to part of our success because we are so close.”

The Rock Bridge tennis team competes next against Jefferson City at 4 p.m. Tuesday at Bethel Park.

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