By Jennifer Eisenbart
While Lake Geneva Badger may have won the most individual titles at the Southern Lakes Conference girls tennis tournament, the Union Grove Broncos had the depth.
The end result? A tie – both for the SLC tournament crown and in the overall SLC standings.
Union Grove finished with all but one entry in the top three in their respective brackets Monday – two days after rain postponed the final day of the conference meet.
Leading the way for Union Grove was the No. 2 doubles team of Kendall Reuber and Alyssa Leffler, which won the title 7-5, 3-6, 6-4 over Westosha Central’s Emily Green and Danielle Tesar.
The Broncos had three other entrants in championship matches. Miranda Dam and Juli Luenburg came up shot at No. 3 doubles, while Jessica DeGroot lost to Badger’s Cricket Gelderman in the No. 1 singles final.
Finally, at No. 3 singles, Jenna Oliver played Joanie Williams of Badger in the final, but fell in straight sets.
Union Grove also had a pair of third-place finishes from Lauren Tuma at No. 2 singles and Madison March at No. 4 singles.
Union Grove’s final entrant, Megan Larson and Dana Bauer at No. 1 doubles, finished fourth.
The Broncos will play at the Westosha Central Subsectional Monday at Racine Case High School beginning at 8:30 a.m.