The weather-plagued Class 4A girls tennis tournament has been pushed back to a noon start Monday at Kossover Tennis Center.

The tournament was scheduled to start on Friday, but the entire day's schedule was rained out. Competition got started on Saturday, with quarterfinal winner's bracket matches completed, and the tournament was scheduled to resume at 10 a.m. Monday before rain and snow Sunday night necessitated the latest two-hour delay.

Singles and doubles semifinals are now scheduled to start at noon, along with consolation matches.

Hayden senior singles star Brooklyn Hunter is attempting to become the first Class 4A player to win four straight state singles titles while Hayden's senior doubles teams of seniors Sara Comstock and Julia Hammes and sophomores Allyson Meier and Jenny Voegeli remain in the hunt for state medals.

Marysville's Shelby Downard is a singles semifinalist while Abilene's Kylie Coup and Shiann Olberding are in the doubles semifinals.



Hunter, Hayden (18-1) vs. Adams, Circle (24-6); Conrad, Wichita Collegiate (11-1) vs. Downard, Marysville (21-6)


Geoffroy/Lair, Wichita Collegiate (14-1) vs. Julian/King, Independence (26-7); Coup/Olberding, Abilene (30-2) vs. Aufendgarten/Rusk, Wellington (22-7)