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Ace to Start the Season

Rylee Lanza

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The spring sports season has begun and that means it is showtime for the Rodriguez High School Boys Tennis team. With the new 2018 season starting, the boys are looking to make great improvements from last year. The boys team finished third in the Monticello Empire League last year and are hoping to make it to the top this year. They have been putting in a lot of work on the courts during their preseason practices and are putting in maximum effort during all of their preseason games.

 

Even though the boys have taken a few losses in their preseason games, they are looking to come back strong when the real season begins. Senior captains Adam Engle-Sorrell and Noah Elomari are looking to lead their team to success this year. In order to do so, Adam says he is going to, “…make sure their heads are in the game and make sure their strategies are right.” Noah is very excited for the 2018 season and says that his main goal for the season is, “To see the team and myself play our best and pour our hearts and energy out on the courts, especially during games.” Both captains are looking to push every person on the team to be their best, and they are very hopeful for the team’s success.

 

Both the singles and doubles teams this year are stacked with talent. The singles team line up includes: 1. Adam Engle-Sorrell, 2. Noah Eliomari, 3. Tyler Chang, 4. Joaquin Perez, 5. Andrew Butler, and 6. Prem Dommalapati. The doubles teams consist of: 1. Ibrahim Tabrani and Francis Supnet, 2. Dorian Brown and Jason Anicete, and 3. Yousef Srour and Aaron Artap. These boys have their minds set on winning and are very determined to do all that they can to achieve their goals.

Best of luck to the boys tennis team this year. Get out there and own the courts.

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