The Paper photo by Lori Poteet 
Mia Katzenberger swept Frankfort number one singles, Annie Giebel, in two games.
The Paper photo by Lori Poteet
Mia Katzenberger swept Frankfort number one singles, Annie Giebel, in two games.

The Athenian tennis team headed indoors under the protection of Wabash’s indoor courts to play their senior night conference match against Frankfort.

The team completed their eighth straight win with a sweep of the Hot Dogs 5-0. Each match was completed in two sets. The most games given up in those two matches were five. Both Mia Katzenberger at number one singles and Reilly Dunham and Faith Fyffe at number two doubles did not give up any games.

“Everyone played a great match,” Athenian coach Marina Cooper said. “Our seniors had the perfect night on senior night.”

The seniors this year are Mia and Lizzy Katzenberger, Emma Heinhold, Reilly Dunham, Faith Fyffe and Sydney Chaney.

“Above all, I am proud of everything each and every one of these seniors have accomplished on the court and in the class room,” Cooper added. “They are a special group with a bright future.”

The Athenians (10-5, 5-1 SAC) stay at the top of the conference along with Lebanon and North Montgomery. They hit the courts again Thursday at Harrison.