Holy Redeemer swept singles from visiting Crestwood Monday while winning the Wyoming Valley Conference girls tennis matchup of ranked teams, 4-1.
Both teams are now 7-2.
Holy Redeemer came in ranked fifth in District 2 among Small Schools in the Riverfront Sports Super Six Girls Tennis Power Rankings. Crestwood is ranked second among Big Schools.
Carissa Benderavich, Kustra Syed and Theresa Khoudary won the singles matches in straight sets.
Gabby Randazzo-Allanna Gilchrist pulled out a 7-5, 7-5 win in first doubles.
Sam Olszyk-Madison Van Gorden won in straight sets in second doubles for the only Crestwood team point.
Wyoming Area reached the .500 mark with its second straight win, 3-2, over Berwick.
The Lady Warriors swept doubles.
The second doubles team of Jillian Graham-Erica Gilligan and third singles player Ava Vacula came back from losing the first set to win in three sets.
Ella Rau-Morgan Slusser had the other Wyoming Area win at first singles.
Piper Mensinger and Milanna Reader won for Berwick at the first two singles spots.
Elsewhere in the Wyoming Valley Conference: Wyoming Seminary remained unbeaten by defeating Tunkhannock, 5-0; Pittston Area edged Wyoming Valley West, 3-2; and MMI Prep blanked Wilkes-Barre Area, 4-0.
Wallenpaupack edged Valley View, 3-2, in a Lackawanna league match.
Holy Cross shut out Western Wayne and Mid Valley blanked Dunmore by 5-0 scores in the other Lackawanna matches.