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Tennis Team Finds Success at Their First Home Match

Last night the boys tennis team was back in action against Blue valley west, Saint Thomas Aquinas and Junction city. After a long day of playing many players came home with some wins, including Joseph Burnham who bet both his Blue Valley West and Junction City opponents, Alex Harling alongside Lance Ornelas who also beat there Blue valley west and Junction City doubles opponents, and Alex Burnham with Collin Frier beating Saint Thomas Aquinas, and Junction City in their matches. The boys played great and didn’t drop a match against Junction City. The Ravens tennis team will be back in action Tuesday, April 9 vs Shawnee Heights, and Topeka at the Kossover Tennis Center.

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