After two separate postponements, the Peru Tigers and Manchester Squires finally faced each other four weeks later than the original scheduled date. The Manchester Squires Tennis Team’s three match winning streak came to end tonight to the defending conference and sectional champion TIgers. Peru was able to get the lead early in most matches and never relinquish control. “We knew Peru was going to be a challenge as you watch the scores throughout the season, but I was very proud of the way our team came ready to compete, determined, and focused for quality tennis this evening. I think we learned about the commitment it takes in tennis to win conference championships,” said Head Coach Eric Screeton. Peru would sweep the singles matches against Donathan, Trick, and Parrett. “I know the scores were not great, but I said it last night, our singles players are improving, you can see it night in and night out,” added Screeton. Peru would complete the match sweep when the doubles teams of Dierks and Wagoner and Shepherd and Hein were defeated as well. “As for our doubles teams, number one (Dierks/Wagoner) pushed the conference’s best duo at times, and our number two team (Shepherd/Hein) proved to themselves that they are a serious threat to all teams with their three set thriller. We can take a lot of positives out of tonight’s match,” concluded Screeton. The Manchester Squires are back in action for the fourth consecutive night Thursday @ Tippecanoe Valley starting at 5:00.