Brock Thomas and Cooper Clements finished off Fort Osage’s Sam Sisk and Joseph Reeve-Barker to set off the celebration.
That clinched the Belton Invitational title for Truman Friday.
“It was a memorable moment to see the team storm the court when Brock and Cooper clinched first place for us,” Patriots coach Scott Lett said. “Each and every player played a role in our overall win today. That makes it fun."
Thomas and Clements finished third in B doubles with an 8-3 win to seal the title.
Blake Savidge led the way, capturing the A singles championship with an 8-2 win over Winnetonka’s Darius Campbell in the final.
Chris Fielder and Billy Wiser combined for a runner-up finish in A doubles, falling to Raymore-Peculiar’s Chad McElfresh and Riley Wagner in that final.
Cooper Mangels finished as the B singles runner-up, falling 8-2 in the final to Winnetonka’s Christopher Frazier.
Bryce Idoni and Trent Fiene lost their first match in A doubles and won the rest to claim fifth place and help Truman claim the team title.
"Our team continues to work hard and strive to improve each and every day. Those efforts were evident today,” Lett said.
BLUE SPRINGS SOUTH 6, PARK HILL 3: After dropping two out of three doubles matches, the Blue Springs South boys tennis team rebounded for five wins in singles to claim a Suburban Big Seven home victory over Park Hill Thursday at Young Park.
Sean Nguyen and Dalton Michael were the only victorious doubles team as they earned an 8-5 win.
In singles action, Nguyen won 6-2, 6-0; Michael won 6-2, 6-4; Chase Klosener won 6-4, 7-6 (7-5); Wyatt Walker won 6-2, 7-6 (7-2); and Patterson Fallis won 6-2, 7-5.
“I can't say enough on how well our guys played today especially in singles,” South coach Nathan Mooney said. “I can't even pinpoint a guy that made a specific difference. They all played that good. Even our lone loss in singles played a heck of a match.”
South’s junior varsity team lost 5-4.
PLATTE COUNTY 8, WILLIAM CHRISMAN 1: The Bears couldn’t keep up with the Pirates in a non-conference loss Thursday.
No. 1 tennis player Taniela Faletau had Chrisman’s only win in singles (8-6). Coltyn Weston came close to winning his singles match in a 8-5 loss.
“They don't do anything spectacularly well but they win because they just get to every ball,” Chrisman coach Jason Grubb said of Platte County. “I've never seen a team that lunges or dives at any ball that is even impossible to reach. Taniela, our No. 1, had a nice win today, but the rest of my guys were struggling to finish off points all day long."
Chrisman’s junior varsity team won 5-4.