FREMONT — It was a tough couple of tournaments for the Columbus High boys tennis team.
The Discoverers finished ninth Saturday at the Fremont Invite with 12 points and eighth Monday at the Spartan Invite with eight points.
In Fremont, Adam Kamrath won two of his five matches at No. 1 singles and earned four points for the Discoverers. He beat Elkhorn Mount Michael’s Colin Mallisee 8-2 in pool play and Omaha Burke’s Arman Moussavi 8-3 in the ninth-place match.
Dawson Dreifurst and Colin Flyr had the best finish of the day for Columbus, despite winning just one match. The pair took eighth at No. 2 doubles, beating a team from Omaha Burke 8-5 in pool play to advance to the seventh-place match, where they lost 8-1 to Gretna.
After going winless in pool play, Grant Stadler and Alex Uhlig ended their day on a high note for Columbus, beating Omaha Burke 8-3 in the ninth-place match.
Trevor Luckey went 0-5 at No. 2 singles for Columbus.
At the Sparan Invite, Stadler and Uhlig won the Discoverers' only match of the tournament, beating Beatrice 8-5 at No. 1 doubles to finish seventh.
Kamrath at No. 1 singles, Luckey at No. 2 singles and Dreifurst and Flyr at No. 2 doubles all went 0-4 in the invite.
The Discoverers head to Norfolk on Tuesday for a dual with the Panthers.