Southwood hosted Bishop Luers, Lewis Cass, and Maconaquah Saturday in the annual Southwood Invitational. A round robin was played at each of the 5 positions with the winner at each position getting 6 points for their team, second place 4 points, third place 2 points, and fourth place 1 point. Bishop Luers dominated with 28 points. Maconaquah was second with 15 points, Lewis Cass third with 14 points, and Southwood was fourth with 10 points.
#1 singles player Drue Gentry was 0-3 on the day. #2 singles player Kim Hobson was 1-2 with a victory over Lewis Cass to finish third. #3 singles player Lorynn Hunt also finished 1-2 on the day for third place. At #1 doubles, Mary Sieberns and Emily Gwillim went 0-2 while Hannah King and Brooke Wyatt went 0-1. At #2 doubles, Kelsey Niccum and Lauren Rich finished in second place after going 1-2 to earn a spot in a three-way tie. They were awarded second place based on the tournament rules for breaking ties.
The Lady Knight Netters return to action Monday evening at Rochester.