SHAWNEE - Shawnee captured two individual Suburban Conference Tournament titles and both the Wolves and Lady Wolves took second as a team.
Carl Albert swept the Conference championships which were hosted at Shawnee High School and Oklahoma Baptist University Monday.
Olivia Stobbe won the girls' No. 1 singles championship in a tiebreaker. She lost the first set and won the second set before winning the tiebreaker set 10-8 over Malyn Shuffield from Carl Albert. She had also been pushed to a tiebreaker in the semifinals by Rose Nguyen of Western Heights but she survived both challenges to win the title.
Shawnee also won the No. 1 singles on the boy's side. Will Jordan had a bye in the first round and beat Dailo Moreno of Western Heights 6-1, 6-1. Jordan also handled Lane Youngblood of Carl Albert in the finals 6-2, 6-4.
The girl's No. 1 doubles team took second place, losing only to Carl Albert in the finals. Karsyn Reed and Bryce Warren beat Western Heights 6-4, 6,1 and Guthrie 6-3, 6-3 before losing their final match.
The Wolves' No. 1 doubles team also took second place. Will Stewart and Aidan Grein beat Guthrie 6-0, 6-0 and El Reno 6-0, 6-2 before losing to Carl Albert.
Shawnee also took second in girl's No. 2 doubles and third in No. 2 singles. Grace Bryant and Hayden Powell beat Piedmont 6-2, 7-5 and Guthrie 6-0, 6-0 before losing to a team from Carl Albert. Lyla Boutdara-Stout beat Ashley Nguyen from Western Heights 6-1, 6-2 before losing to Maddie Biggers of Carl Albert. She rebounded with a win over Bailey Beaver from Guthrie to claim third place.
The boys' No. 2 singles and doubles each took fourth. Luke Presley took fourth in No. 2 singles and Tanner Morris and Jeffery Hall took fourth in No. 2 doubles.
Shawnee was able to play a few extra players to fill brackets even though their first round wins didn't count. Andie Hadley placed 6th in No. 1 singles even though she actually won her first round match which she had to concede. Rose Templeton and Kylie Peters won the consolation championship in No. 1 doubles and in No. 2 doubles Mia Gipp and Eryka Bowden placed 6th.