Winning streak snapped as tennis falls to Wakeland

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Winning streak snapped as tennis falls to Wakeland

Ready to return the ball,      sets his eyes on the opposite side of the court. On Tuesday, the Redhawks lost to Wakeland 11-8.

Ready to return the ball, sets his eyes on the opposite side of the court. On Tuesday, the Redhawks lost to Wakeland 11-8.

Roy Nitzan

Ready to return the ball, sets his eyes on the opposite side of the court. On Tuesday, the Redhawks lost to Wakeland 11-8.

Roy Nitzan

Roy Nitzan

Ready to return the ball, sets his eyes on the opposite side of the court. On Tuesday, the Redhawks lost to Wakeland 11-8.

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Riding a two game winning streak, the tennis team hoped to continue its perfect District 9-5A record on Tuesday night against Wakeland. After the first six matches, the teams were tied at 3-3, however, Wakeland gradually pulled ahead and was able to get the win 11-8.

“We could have won,” junior Sarvesh Ramachandran said. “I think you learn from failures. We can use this and get better.”

The Redhawks are back in action Tuesday as they travel to Memorial High School to take on the Warriors for the first time.