Washburn Rural senior tennis player Bronson Brassel never has been part of a team that has lost a city, Centennial League or Class 6A regional tournament. Nor have the Junior Blues ever finished out of the top three at state during his high school career. He's starting to realize how special that is. "My first three years, freshman through junior, I definitely took it for granted," Brassel said after helping Rural win its 14th consecutive Centennial League championship Monday at Kossover Tennis Center. "But now that I'm a senior I'm kind of realizing all of our accomplishments, and you don't want to be the senior that all the streaks end on." Brassel, the lone senior among Rural's top six, and his teammates made sure that didn't happen Monday, rolling to a 90-66 margin over runner-up Topeka West. The 14th consecutive league crown is part of a Rural tradition that also includes 18 consecutive city titles, 10 straight regional championships and 10 straight top-three state finishes. "Talking to all the people who have gone to Washburn Rural and played tennis for coach (Kevin) Hedberg, you definitely know that 10 years down the road they look back on it and realize what an accomplishment it was for them," Brassel said. "It feels good to be a part of that." Brassel and sophomore Conner Edwards set the table for Rural's latest title, winning the doubles championship with an 8-1 win against West senior Garrett Gunn and sophomore Andrew Davids in the finals. Rural junior Johnny Stueve and sophomore Daniel de Zamacona finished third and fourth in singles, while the Rural team of juniors Bobby Florence and Max Cooper took third in doubles. Stueve downed de Zamacona 8-3 in the third-place singles match while Florence and Cooper downed Emporia's Chris Reimer and Jonathan Roman 8-2 in the third-place doubles match. Seaman junior Steven Fletcher won the league singles title, beating Shawnee Heights junior Chance Joost 8-4 in the championship match. Joost had beaten Fletcher 8-5 Thursday to win the city title, ending Fletcher's two-year reign as city champion. But the Seaman standout bounced back in a big way Monday, jumping out to a 7-1 lead en route to the victory. "I think I played a little bit better this time," Fletcher said. "After you lose like that, pretty close, you want to come back and do your best. He started to come back a little bit and kind of scared me, so I had to pull it out in the end. "You want to get momentum built up going into regionals and state so you're playing your best tennis then." All seven city schools will compete in regional tournaments Thursday. Highland Park, Seaman, Heights and West will all compete in a 5A regional at Emporia. Topeka High and Rural will travel to Derby for a 6A regional and Hayden will compete in a 4A regional at Wamego. Hayden will host a 4A sub-state Friday. Team scores Washburn Rural 90, Topeka West 66, Shawnee Heights 59, Hayden 58, Manhattan 52, Seaman 50, Emporia 43, Topeka High 39, Junction City 25, Highland Park 21. Individual results Singles — Championship: Fletcher, Sea, def. Joost, SH, 8-4. Consolation: Stueve, WR, def. de Zamacona, WR, 8-3. Doubles — Championship: Brassel/Edwards, WR, def. Davids/Gunn, TW, 8-1. Consolation; Florence/Cooper, WR, def. Reimer/Roman, Emp, 8-2.