Saturday, Weber and Cahill made sure they would be ending their senior season in Columbus.
The Flier tandem fell to Lexington's Elise Betscher and Jillian Earnest 6-3, 6-2 in the Division II district semifinal tennis tournament at Bowling Green State University but rebounded in the consolation final to top Ottawa Hills' Kelsey Berry and Megan Healy 6-2, 6-2.
The third place finish books their spot in the state tournament in Columbus which will begin Friday. Cahill and Weber made the state tournament as sophomores.
“They are very excited,” Clyde coach Jeff MacFarland said. “Being their senior year and all, they were hoping to finish their careers in Columbus.”
In singles action, Perkins freshman Olivia Rohrbacher booked her ticket to the state tournament after two big wins.
In the morning match, Rohrbacher beat Ottawa Hills' Lilly Boice 6-0, 6-0.
In the finals match, Rohrbacher dropped the first game but then rallied off 12 straight to beat Maumme Valley Country Day senior Rochelle Issa 6-1, 6-0. Rohrbacher takes the No. 1 seed and a 35-0 record to Columbus.