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Tennis players wins Medals

Stephania Anderson, Sports Writer

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Tennis players played at the Troup Tennis Tournament on March 20th and 22nd for a chance to win medals. The team had girls and boys singles compete, along with boys doubles, girls doubles and mix doubles.

Tennis players Roni Railsback, Marion Lorenz Rico, Karissa Gibson, Patricia (Kat) Gibson, Isaac Gonzalez, Adam Aburayan, and Mackenzie Ibbara

For girls singles, Railsback played against players from Sabine, Frankston, and Troup to compete in the constellation semi-finals and received a bronze medal. Mix doubles team Aburayan and Ibbara competed in the constellation bracket and received a bronze medal.

The tennis team will play on Thursday March 29 at the “District Seeding” tournament in Grand Saline.

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