Nebraska City hosted South Sioux City on Monday, won six out of nine matches, and improved their overall record to 7-6.
In No. 1 doubles action Josh Martens and Logan Hoover defeated their opponents 8-2.  
Langston Hoover and Keith Whitehead had a long competitive match in No. 2 doubles but came out on top 9-7.
Sam Williams and Fadi Dia won five of their games in No. 3 doubles.
Nebraska City would go on to win four of their six singles contests.
In No. 1 and No. 2 singles, Logan Hoover and Langston Hoover both won 8-1.
Martens downed Jacob Akins 8-6 in No. 3 singles and Clay Stovall won against Andrew Colling 8-1 in No. 5 singles. Whitehead won seven of his games in No. 3 singles and Williams won five in No. 6 singles.
In JV play, Adam Dia and Zachary Albrecht won at No. 5 doubles 6-2 and Aiden Giles and Nick Brown teamed up to win 6-4. Zac Albrecht won at No. 8 singles 6-4.
Coach Trent Turney said he is impressed with the number of kids that have showed up to play tennis and is excited about how his team has performed this season.  
“The kids are having fun and that’s what I like to see,”  Coach Turney said.
The coach said that 10 kids will be returning next year and said he is proud of the seniors this season.
“Josh Martens has been a good player for us.  Sam Williams is a first year starter and has been a great member of the team as well as Fadi Dia and of course Alex Beshaler.  They are all good seniors and I couldn’t ask for a better group.”  Coach Turney said.
With the state tournament on  Thursday, junior Logan Hoover looked to be set up for success as the No. 12 seed. He will face opponents he has defeated in the past.
“Anything is possible with Logan.”  Coach Turney said.
State was to be Thursday Oct. 12 at Woods Tennis Center in Lincoln.