It was another winning day for Wood River High School tennis teams Tuesday at Sun Valley Tennis Club. The Wolverines stayed unbeaten with 9-3 and 11-1 dual meet wins over the Commu-nity School of Sun Valley and Minico of Rupert.
Wood River won 10 of the 12 singles matches on the day, swept boys' doubles and mixed doubles and boasted a 41-9 advantage in number of sets won.
In boys' singles, Wood River's No. 2 Cal McCarthy and No. 3 Chase Hutchinson each won two matches in straight sets. Hailey's No. 1 Cole Caminiti captured his match against Minico. Commu-nity School No. 1 Tim Kanellitsas won 6-2, 3-6, 6-0 over Caminiti.
Wood River's No. 1 Erin Murphy and No. 2 Lily Richards each earned two straight set singles wins. No. 3 Alex Feldman succeeded against Minico. Cutthroat No. 3 Chloe Chrysikopoulos took her match 6-1, 6-0 over Feldman.
Sweeping boys' doubles for Wood River were No. 1 Charlie Grabow-Josh Morell and No. 2 Wil-liam Eagan-Gardner Cord. The Wolverines dropped only six games in sweeping mixed with No. 1 Raleigh Grossbaum-Jessica Hamilton and No. 2 Bryan Donoso-Ellen Davis.
Girls' doubles winners from Wood River were No. 1 Hannah Baybutt-Margaret Reutter by scores of 7-5, 6-4 and 6-0, 6-0.
Thursday, Wood River (9-0 in Great Basin Conference duals) ended its regular season at home against the Canyon Ridge Riverhawks. The Wolverines carried an overall record of 13-2 in dual meets (15-0 boys, 11-3-1 girls) into Thursday's finale.
The Cutthroats entertain Sugar-Salem of Sugar City today, Friday at Sun Valley and then get ready for the 3A District 4/5/6 state qualifying meet Friday, May 13 in Sun Valley.