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Comets shut down R-H in tennis, 9-0

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Jacob Wenzel makes a return in Friday’s Comet tennis match against Randolph-Henry. (David Conner II photos)

Comet girls tennis grabs significant road win Friday

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Kassidy Irby concentrates on the ball during Thursday’s Comet girl’s tennis match. (David Conner II photo)

Lady Comets have tough outing vs. Appomattox

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Comet keeper Amanda Coleman makes a stop against Appomattox Friday. (David Conner II photo)

Jayvee girls play Appomattox

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Ella Morrison gets a foot on the ball Friday in the HCHS jayvee girls soccer game against Appomattox. (David Conner II photo)

Tennis hopes to keep winning tradition

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Members of the HCHS boys tennis team are, from left, first row, Gordon Taylor, Drew Salley, Luke Redd and Minjune Kim. Second row, coach David Riddle, Owen McAbee, Grayson Balance, Ben Irby, Andrew Cole and Jacob Wenzel.

Girls tennis looking to have a strong season

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Top, Members of the HCHS varsity girls tennis team are, from left, first row, Kassidy Irby, Ellie Hall, Ashley Collins, Ashley Day and Courtney Craig. Second row, Rosa Anna Ruotolo-Sarnataro, Kendall Foushee, Dejah Britton, Yasmine Ferrell and Manager Keyana Watkins. Third row, coach Donna Hudson, Maelyn Edwards, Morgan Epperson, Blair Cole, assistant coaches Shane Foushee and Ronnie Roller. Above, Members of the HCHS jayvee girls tennis team are, from left, first row, Ainsley Gasperini, Faith Stillwell, Sara-Beth Talley, Kaylen Griles and Alyssa Heddings. Second row, coach Donna Hudson, Sarah Lacks, Velda Asare, assistant coaches Shane Foushee and Ronnie Roller.

Comets play tough, but fall to Jefferson Forest in tennis

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