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Girls tennis attends WAC meet

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Maycie Holdeman
junior Isabelle Jones warming up before her match

On Oct. 2, the varsity girls tennis team competed in Dodge City for the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) meet.

The lady Indians took fourth overall out of five teams. Playing singles were junior Maycie Holdeman and junior Isabelle Jones, and playing doubles were seniors Kinlee May and Jaiden Pfannenstiel and juniors Kaelin Maier and Alyse Zimmerman.

Points results are as follows:

Singles No. 1: Maycie Holdeman – 0 points

Singles No. 2: Isabelle Jones – 1 point

Doubles No. 1: Kaelin Maier/Alyse Zimmerman – 3 points

Doubles No. 2: Kinlee May/Jaiden Pfannenstiel – 1 point

“I think we had a very good season, both at the JV and varsity level,” head coach Kayla Brown said. “Players gained a lot of experience for next year and worked hard to improve on their own skills. I’m glad we had a lot of juniors see good varsity experience this year, so they have a better idea of what to expect and how to be competitive for their senior season. Maybe we can get someone to the state tournament next year.”

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Feyden Hileman, Asst. Sports/Entertainment Sections Editor
Hi, I’m Feyden Hileman. I am a junior this year and assistant editor for sports and entertainment. I am a part of boys soccer, Leadership, FCA and track.

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