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Senior Shelby Johnston feeds a ball to her student. She privately coaches a freshman junior varsity player at the Oak Creek Tennis Center.

Coaching while playing

Andrew Higgins, Reporter
November 28, 2023
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Sophomore Nigel Gudgeon leaps to return a shot from his opponent. His doubles partner was covering the corner of the net, leaving him with more area to cover.

Photo Story: Tennis against Plano East 8/29

Andrew Higgins, Reporter
September 5, 2023
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The tennis team huddles up to discuss game plans and strategies before the match against Flower Mound on Sept. 13.

Tennis to compete against Plano West Sept. 27

Henry Pham, Visuals editor
September 27, 2022
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Freshman Macie Snyder returns the ball during tennis practice on Oct. 30. The tennis season ended on Oct. 20 with a game against Lewisville, and will start up again late next semester.

Forehanding Freshman

Emma Short, Editor-in-chief
November 9, 2020
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Senior Zach Grasty and junior Ben Grider celebrate their wins against Lewisville. This is Grasty’s fourth year on varsity, and Grider’s third year on the team.

Photo Gallery: Tennis 10/1

Mia Nguyen, Web Editor
October 3, 2019
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Senior Zachary Grasty practices his serves during 4th period. The tennis team typically performs better in the spring than the doubles-heavy fall semester, but this year theyre looking to go far in playoffs after beating Marcus and Flower Mound.

Tennis to play Timber Creek on Friday

Kate Haas, Managing Editor
September 19, 2019
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Tennis began its spring season on Feb 2.  Tournaments are all day on Fridays.

Tennis begins spring season

Yasmin Haq, Editor-in-Chief
February 5, 2018
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Varsity and JV tennis practice before heading out to a tournament.

Tennis to face Flower Mound on Sept. 18

Yasmin Haq, Editor-in-Chief
September 13, 2017
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