All went right for Skyline coach Dan Snarr this time. But before he stepped up to accept the trophy for his team as the state's No. 1 5A girls tennis champ, he looked at the draw, counted points and checked winners. This time it was right. His team had won.

The last time Snarr did this, it wasn't right. Officials handed him the trophy as the first place team in the Girls High School Tennis Championships and congratulated him. He had pictures taken and thanked each of his girls. After everyone had left, a mistake was discovered. Points for Sky View had mistakenly been given to Skyline."We ended up second that year. It was in the 1980s. I forget which year. I don't want to remember. They took the trophy away from me. It was the most disheartening thing I've ever had to go through.

"This one is right. We won it and it feels good to be back. I had a feeling at the start of the year that we could do it. This is a good team," Snarr said just before the official trophy presentation.

Scores were: Skyline 17, Highland 11, Weber 8, Brighton 8, American Fork 8, Mountain View 8, Viewmont 6, Davis 5, Orem 4, and Bountiful, Alta and Kearns finished with 2.

At No. 1 singles, Kim Kelly, a sophomore at Skyline, won in straight sets. This was, she admitted, a much better win than her semifinal win earlier in the day.

"I was nervous this morning. I was expected to win and when I got behind, I got tentative. This match I didn't feel the pressure. I was able to play my game," she said.

And that was a well played serve and volley game. She beat Angie Olson of Weber, 6-2, 6-4.

Probably the most dominant player through this event was Jamie Zenger of Skyline. Through four rounds she lost only one game, and that was in the quarterfinals.

Saturday she beat Tanya Nelson of American Fork, 6-0, 6-0, in the semis, then beat Aimee Evans of Brighton, in the finals, 6-0, 6-0.

It was, as Zenger said, a perfect day.

"I played my game. I hit well and felt good. I think in the last game she (Evans) was a little intimidated. Before the match she commented on the fact that I'd only lost the one game," she said.

At No. 3 singles, Tiffany Long of American Fork, defeated Courtney Kelly of Skyline, 6-3, 6-1.

In doubles, the last match off the courts was No. 1 doubles. There the Highland High team of Kristin Slagle and Calleen Evans beat the team of Janeil Bradley and Kate McOmber of Viewmont, 6-2, 6-7, 6-3.

And at No. 2 doubles, Skyline's Kathleen Richards and Tasha Morris won the championship over Amanda Pack and Kristan Mitchell of Mountain View, 6-2, 6-1.