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Soaring high, tennis vanquishes Heritage

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With a 13-6 win over Heritage, Redhawk tennis earns their first win of the season. “The energy from the beginning all the way to the end of the match was amazing,” assistant tennis coach Neil Grobler said.

Going up against the Heritage Coyotes on Tuesday, Redhawk tennis secured its first District 10-5A win of the season, 13-6.

Assistant tennis coach Neil Grobler believes the victory shows that the players can pull beyond their weight.

“The energy from the beginning all the way to the end of the match was amazing,” Grobler said. “Our players proved to themselves that they can play some big time tennis in some particularly challenging situations. I can’t say enough about the energy and positivity our varsity group brought to the courts yesterday. They were determined to get after it and did just that.”

For the girls’ team, getting after it meant winning all of their singles and doubles matches. Sophomore Noyonika Banerjee credits mindset as a major factor in this accomplishment.

“As a team we’re very determined to win and don’t give up easily [even if] it’s a hard match,” Banerjee said. 

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