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state Steamboat Springs Inclement weather certainly has filled the role of joker this spring. Perhaps even a jester would blush at what Colorado high school sports has endured this wonderful, often gray, sometimes snowy spring that was touched by
Zhong More News Franklin Zhong is careful not to get too comfortable with his tennis game. As Lee's Summit West's top singles player, Zhong says he's taken on added duties this season, even though he's only a sophomore. At the top of that list, he
Drake also defeated San Marin 5-4 on Thursday. Novato lost a pair of tight matches this week against Drake (5-4 on Tuesday) and Marin Catholic (5-4 on Thursday), but head coach Birdie Petrini has hailed the work of the doubles teams, which were
Herald Staff Writer The Carmel High girls tennis team went 19-1 during the regular season, with its only loss coming against Los Altos via a tiebreaker in a tournament in Fresno. The Padres will get a chance to avenge that loss after beating the
San Marin High girls tennis team has really hit its stride behind the tough play of No...San Marin kept its win streak going with a 6-3 victory over Novato on Tuesday...Teel defeated San Rafael's Sachiko Lamen 6-1, 6-2, Drake's Jessica Gerwin 6-2, 6-
The season has gone perfectly for the Yreka High boys tennis team. After going undefeated and earning the NorthernAthletic League regular season title, the Miners dominated the proceedings at the NAL individual and doubles championships inRedding on
The State College of Florida women's tennis team collected six more singles wins in the second day of the National Junior College Athletic Association tournament at Tyler Junior College...Laurence Porry defeated Amy Evans of Itawamba 6-0, 6-1, and No.
Class AAA tennis singles tournaments ... but now, the real fun for her begins...The duo will play in the Section 4-AAA doubles tournament today at Baldwin High School. I really like to focus on doubles in high school," Adamo said. "Singles is just a
Jeff Launius, the general manager of the Kansas City Explorers, had a simple task this offseason. Piece together a roster capable of replicating last season, when the Explorers won the World TeamTennis title.At least it was simple conceptually.
Tuesday as freshman Aron Kumbalek won his singles match and seniors Bret Hamm and Alex Koch breezed through their doubles tilt. Kumbalek topped Cheng Vang of Menasha 6-0, 6-1, while Hamm and Koch had an even easier time with a 6-0, 6-0 drubbing of