Bouncing back, Redhawks handle Warriors 17-2

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Bouncing back, Redhawks handle Warriors 17-2

Readying himself to return the ball, senior Alex Lopez looks to hit a winning volley in an early season match.

Readying himself to return the ball, senior Alex Lopez looks to hit a winning volley in an early season match.

Roy Nitzan

Readying himself to return the ball, senior Alex Lopez looks to hit a winning volley in an early season match.

Roy Nitzan

Roy Nitzan

Readying himself to return the ball, senior Alex Lopez looks to hit a winning volley in an early season match.

Aaron Boehmer, Assistant Sports Editor

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Rebounding back after falling short to Wakeland in their last match, the tennis team took down the Memorial Warriors 17-2 on Tuesday at Memorial.

“It was a good match; we have a long week with two varsity matches next week so it was a good preparation for the coming week,” head tennis coach Erica Dopson. “We did well at finding the openings, [but] we still need to work on consistency and capitalizing on winning points.”

Along with improving in cohesive play, sophomore Bonnie Wu believes that her mindset under pressure plays a factor in her overall play.

“I felt pretty confident about [the match] because I practiced hard before, so there weren’t many reasons to be nervous,” Wu said. “Individually, I need to improve on my consistency and mentality in high-stakes situations in matches [and] as a team, we could polish our doubles game, but overall, the team works very well.”