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LHS Girls More Competitive at Garden City
09/30/2013

he Lady Redskins traveled to Garden City on Saturday to compete in a girls' varsity tennis tournament that last lasted nine hours and included fourteen teams:  Maize South, Wichita West, Pratt Great Bend, Dodge CityScott City, Colby, Cimarron, Ulysses, Meade Hays, and two Garden City teams.  I shuffled the line ups for the doubles team to generate a spark.  Even thought the results were the same, our girls did compete better.  Tierra Stoney, #2 Singles continues to improve knocking off opponents whom she lost to earlier this season.  She upset players from Dodge City and Hays on her way to 5th Place, Stoney went 3-2 on the day.  Stephanie Sanchez #1 Singles  competed hard finishing 2-2 for the tournament.  #1 Doubles--Jordyn Apsley and Marissa Rodriguez went 1-3, and #2 Doubles Kylie Evans and Marina Arenivas went 0-4.  The Lady Skins travel to McPherson on Saturday.


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