Mixed bag of talent sparks hope for girls tennis


Last updated 3/10/2022 at 8:41am

Bob Kirkpatrick

Jenae Potter returns volley to her doubles partner Colleen McKinnon during practice on Friday, March 4.

CHENEY - First-year coach Linnea Love may have her hands full this season after losing several varsity players to graduation. But she remains optimistic despite it being a rebuilding year for the team.

"We have a large group of new girls who have shown up for the team this year, including a large freshman class and a few veterans returning," Love said. "With higher numbers, we will be able to have a JV team in addition to varsity. We are excited about the opportunity to build our team."

A couple of players Love will lean on for veteran leadership are senior Jenae Potter and junior Colleen M...

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