Panthers and Coyotes no match for Redhawks

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Panthers and Coyotes no match for Redhawks

Tennis battled the Princeton Panthers and the Anna Coyotes on Friday, Jan. 25, 2019 at Anna High School. Bringing home multiple first place rankings, tennis looks to continue their success for the rest of the season.

Tennis battled the Princeton Panthers and the Anna Coyotes on Friday, Jan. 25, 2019 at Anna High School. Bringing home multiple first place rankings, tennis looks to continue their success for the rest of the season.

Katharina Santos

Tennis battled the Princeton Panthers and the Anna Coyotes on Friday, Jan. 25, 2019 at Anna High School. Bringing home multiple first place rankings, tennis looks to continue their success for the rest of the season.

Katharina Santos

Katharina Santos

Tennis battled the Princeton Panthers and the Anna Coyotes on Friday, Jan. 25, 2019 at Anna High School. Bringing home multiple first place rankings, tennis looks to continue their success for the rest of the season.

Aaron Boehmer, Sports Editor

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Swinging up a slew of success, the Redhawk tennis team took on various schools outside of the district at a tournament hosted by the Princeton Panthers and the Anna Coyotes on Friday at Anna High School.

“The team played great; we won all but [girls’ singles],” head coach Erica Dopson said. “I am hoping this tournament helped everyone’s confidence. We need to learn how to be mentally tough and fight to win.”

Earning first place in girls’ doubles, junior Mehak Kaul believes teamwork allowed her and her partner, sophomore Bonnie Wu to come out on top.

“Our team did really well in this tournament,” junior Mehak Kaul said. “My partner and I excelled in working together and I believe we can excel in not being as nervous during the matches. This [tournament] shows us our strengths and weaknesses during the games and shows us where we can improve.”

 

Results

Mehak Kaul (11) and Bonnie Wu (10)- 1st place in Girls’ Doubles A draw

Katharina Santos (12) and Sydney Graff (12)- 2nd place Girls’ Doubles A draw

Sarvesh Ramachandran (11) and Srujan Dommeti (12)- 1st place in Boys’ Doubles A  draw

Yatin Pokle (10) and Siddarth Gaddam (10)- 2nd place in Boys’ Doubles A draw

Sohum Shah (10)- 1st place Boys’ Singles A draw

Ajay Esukapalli (9)- 2nd place Boys’ Singles A draw

Anushka Sinha (11)- 1st place Girls’ Singles Consolation A draw

Sophie Boutouis (12) and Alex Lopez (12) – 1st place Mixed Doubles A draw

Billy Wang (12) and  Tracy Nguyen (9) – 2nd place Mixed Doubles A draw