Big Eight Tennis 06-05172018173316

Middleton's Ryan Gold returns a shot during his semi-final singles match against Madison Memorial's Colt Tegtmeieir during the Big Eight Conference tennis tournament at Nielsen Tennis Stadium in Madison, Wis., Thursday, May 17, 2018. JOHN HART, STATE JOURNAL

The Madison Memorial Spartan Invitational boys tennis tournament is scheduled for Friday and Saturday at various sites in the Madison area.

Venues include courts at Middleton High School, Waunakee’s Ripp Park, Sun Prairie High School and Madison Memorial High School.

Madison Memorial is serving as the organizing school. 

Pool A will feature Kenosha Tremper, Green Bay Southwest, Sun Prairie and Middleton.

Pool B will include Lake Geneva Badger, Oshkosh West, Madison Memorial and Waunakee.

Green Bay Southwest was ranked fourth in Division 1 in this week’s Wisconsin High School Tennis Coaches Association state rankings. Sun Prairie was sixth, Middleton eighth and Madison Memorial 11th.

Madison Memorial Spartan Invitational 

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Friday’s schedule:

1 p.m. Friday – Kenosha Tremper at Middleton; GBSW at Sun Prairie; Badger at Memorial; Oshkosh West at Waunakee, Ripp Park.

4 p.m. Friday – Sun Prairie at Middleton; Kenosha Tremper vs. GBSW at Sun Prairie; Oshkosh West at Memorial; Badger at Waunakee, Ripp Park.

Saturday’s schedule

9 a.m. Saturday -- GBSW at Middleton; Kenosha Tremper at Sun Prairie;

Oshkosh West vs. Badger at Memorial; Memorial at Waunakee, Ripp Park.

 Noon Saturday -- Badger at Middleton; Memorial at Sun Prairie; Oshkosh West vs. Kenosha Tremper at Memorial; GBSW at Waunakee, Ripp Park.


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Jon Masson covers high school sports for the Wisconsin State Journal. He has covered a variety of sports — including the Green Bay Packers and Wisconsin men's and women's basketball and volleyball — since he first came to the State Journal in 1999.