Also without many of its regular starters, the Duncan girls team had no trouble dealing with the competition, taking first place with 36 points.
Carly Kirkland filled in for Brittany Toone at No.1 singles and dominated, beating Chickasha and Edmond North convincingly before winning the title with a 6-0, 7-6 victory against Altus.
In No.2 singles, Aubrey Mouser won early and often, dropping just one set the whole day en route to a first place finish. Mouser clinched first by beating Lawton 6-0, 6-1.
“Carly and Aubrey both played extremely well, had fun and made the most of their chances,” Barnes said. “I think the team as a whole had a lot of fun today, which always helps.”
Toone instead played doubles Saturday, teaming up with fellow senior Samantha Cassidy for the first time this season in No.1 doubles. The duo also dropped just one set en route to a first place finish, securing the title with a 6-0, 6-1 win against Altus.
Cassidy’s usual partner Sydney Henricks played alongside Marissa Moore in No.2 doubles, with the pair finding similar success. Henricks and Moore didn’t drop a single set and completed a Duncan sweep by beating Altus 6-0, 6-0.