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LHS Tennis Wraps Up Season
05/12/2014

The Liberal Tennis season came to  a close Saturday in Arkansas City.  No entry advanced in the tournament, but the Redskins did gain respect from eastern powerhouse teams.  Buddy Buchanan led his first match 3-2 before losing to Bishop Carroll.  The doubles team of Payton Grant and Mitchell Irby pushed Bishop Carroll's number one doubles team, a 5 Seed,  to a 2nd-set tiebreaker losing 7-6 (7-3) to end their season.  Sergio Borjas, Ho Ho, and Carlos Hernandez battled hard but came up short.  All athletes carried themselves well and were excellent ambassadors for their school.

Bret Irby

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