Girls Tennis at Woodstock

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Girls Tennis at Woodstock

The Lady E-Rabs tennis team who played in the Woodstock tournament. Taking third place as a team out of seven schools.

The Lady E-Rabs tennis team who played in the Woodstock tournament. Taking third place as a team out of seven schools.

photo by Jasmina Singmouangthong

The Lady E-Rabs tennis team who played in the Woodstock tournament. Taking third place as a team out of seven schools.

photo by Jasmina Singmouangthong

photo by Jasmina Singmouangthong

The Lady E-Rabs tennis team who played in the Woodstock tournament. Taking third place as a team out of seven schools.

Jasmina Singmouangthong, Sports Editor

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Playing #2 doubles, Eh Dah Wah and Heh Bu Nyau, class of 2019, play their first match of the Woodstock tournament. East had the ball first, and Nyau served the ball to Round Lake.

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Eh Dah Wah, class of 2019, makes it up to the net and hits the ball, adding another point to their advantage of winning against Round Lake.

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Eh Dah Wah, class of 2019, hits the ball back to Round Lake.

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Playing #3 doubles are Lue Ben and Jade Morin, class of 2018. Belvidere serves the ball, and Ben hits the ball back as Morin makes way to the net.

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Jade Morin, class of 2018, concentrates, as she hits a return to Belvidere.

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Lue Ben, class of 2018, serves the ball to Belvidere while playing #3 doubles.

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The Lady E-Rabs tennis team who played in the Woodstock tournament. Taking third place as a team out of seven schools. Annalie Roecker (#1 Singles, third place), Heh Bu Nyau (#2 Doubles, third place), Jasmina Singmouangthong (#2 Singles, first place), Eh Dah Wah (#2 Doubles, third place), Karen Arias (#1 Doubles, fourth place), Lo Aye (#1 Doubles, fourth place), Lue Ben (#3 Doubles, fifth place), Jade Morin (#3 Doubles, fifth place), Coach Scott Schemel and Coach Morgan Teske.