The Lady Knights had their four-match winning streak come to an end Wednesday following a 5-1 loss to Poca, but PPHS rebounded nicely on Thursday by claiming a 7-0 victory over Sissonville.
Emily Kitchen was lone Point winner against Poca, claiming an 8-5 decision over Emily Rider in third singles. Taylor Somerville lost 4-8 to Julio Celorio in first singles, while Claire Cottrill dropped a 2-8 decision to Molly Ballard in second singles. Hannah Smith also lost in fourth singles to Courtney Mobley by a 1-8 count.
Kitchen-Smith dropped a 2-8 decision to Rider-Mobley in second doubles, while Tabi Dean and Lindsay Nibert lost 1-8 to Ashton McNeill and Molley Arthur in third doubles.
Somerville-Cottrill were tied at five in first doubles before darkness concluded the match prematurely. Maggie Criste and Kayla Mitchell also beat Cheyenne McNeill and Jessica Craigo by a 9-7 margin in an exhibition.
The Lady Knights had little trouble with Sissonville on Thursday, as none of the seven matches went more than 12 games.
Somerville was an 8-1 winner over Lindsay Thaxton in first singles, while Cottrill posted an 8-2 victory over Emily Thomas in second singles. Kitchen beat Cheyenne Dempsey 8-0 in third singles and Smith had an 8-1 win over Sierra Burford in fourth singles.
Somerville-Cottrill beat Thaxton-Thomas 8-4 in first doubles, Kitchen-Smith defeated Dempsey-Pitts 8-2 in second doubles and Nibert-Dean breezed past Brianna Utt and Kara Goff 8-0 in third doubles.
Point Pleasant also hosted Ritchie County on Friday, but inclement weather ended the day with PPHS holding a 2-0 match advantage. The Lady Knights will pick up the remainder of this contest at a later date.
Somerville was an 8-4 winner over Veronica Mueller in first singles, while Cottrill defeated Olivia Haught by an 8-4 margin in second singles.