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Tennis’ talent nets the season

Adam Matacale returns the tennis ball.

Adam Matacale returns the tennis ball.

-photo by Luke Horton, Rosette staff photographer

Adam Matacale returns the tennis ball.

-photo by Luke Horton, Rosette staff photographer

-photo by Luke Horton, Rosette staff photographer

Adam Matacale returns the tennis ball.

LeopardLife Sam Walton, Sports Editor

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Tennis has started at the very beginning of the school year. Players have been through practices, competitions, and even tournaments. Although many of the memories tennis players have gained from this are rewarding, all good things must come to an end.

The tennis team has gone through many games and tournaments throughout the school year. Many of those were wins, which helped with the tennis players’ competitiveness and dedication to the sport.

“(I joined the tennis team) because I love tennis and it’s a great way to connect with others,” seventh-grader, Luke Horton, said.

Tennis was year-round, which gave tennis players plenty of time to prepare and practice for any upcoming matches, but even though the sport is year-round, tennis still ends before the year ends.

Coach Davis taught the tennis team and runs the team through drills, gripping, and scrimmages. Because of this, tennis players are well trained for their competitive games against other schools such as Curtis, Ford, Rockwall, and more. The tennis team has played many games and tournaments and have won many of them. The year has come to an end though, but players still went on strong for their final games.

“It went really well. We went undefeated on the season. A lot more kids got involved in the sport by attending junior development programs and taking lessons. It was a very successful year for our program,” tennis coach, Will Davis, said.

Tennis has started at a young age for some students and playing on a school team could help them with practicing and playing tennis for high school or even college.

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