The first time Grace Koza and Madison Vanosdoll met this season at the Western Slope Invitational, they didn’t know what to expect. The pace of playing at No. 1 singles was unlike anything they’ve faced before.
But the experience was a good one, even if Koza dominated on the scoreboard. It allowed Chatfield and Columbine’s No. 1 singles players to not just gain some camaraderie with each other, but it served as a feeling-out process for the rematch April 11 at the Ken-Caryl Ranch House.