The SOC Girls Tennis Tournament was called for darkness at 6:55 p.m. with the singles and doubles divisions each in the semifinals.
Half of the finals in each division were also established.
Wheelersburg's Courtney Pierron, the tournament's No. 1 seed, defeated No. 3 seeded Katie O'Neill of Notre Dame 6-3, 6-0 to reach the finals.
Pierron is waiting on the winner of the match between second-seeded Rachel Appleton of Notre Dame and fourth-seeded Melinda Hayward of Minford. Appleton won the first set 6-0.
In doubles, Valley's Michelle Mains and Alexa Pratt reached the finals with a 6-1, 6-0 victory over Wheelersburg's Serena MacDonald and Courtney Stamper. The Valley duo is awaiting the winner of the match between Kendra Justice and Ali Singer of Minford and Madison Hoffman and Lauren Hoffman of Waverly. The Hoffman sisters won the first set 6-4.
In singles the seeding worked out as expected thus far with the four seeded players all making the semifinals and top seeded Pierron making the finals.
""She's played real well all year," Wheelersburg coach Tom Carter said. "She knew she was going to have to (play well)... She's gone undefeated in the SOC and only lost one match all year...If she keeps playing like that, she has a chance of advancing out of the sectional."
Pierron led Wheelersburg to its fifth SOC title in a row this season.
As for day one, Carter said the tournament went well, even if it was a little cold.
"The tournament did pretty good," Carter said. "It went pretty good. The weather wasn't the greatest we've been in but it's that time of year.”
Play will resume today at Mound Park, beginning at 4 p.m.