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Girl’s Tennis

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SMHS Girl’s Tennis

By Maya Rijhwani

The San Mateo High Girl’s Tennis Team is ready for war! Their tryouts were on August 14th  and they are prepared to compete!

The Girl’s Tennis Team crushed the competition last year. They won the majority of their games with only a couple of losses. This year they hope to do even better than before.

“Team bonding” is what tennis co-captain Ginny Yao likes best about playing tennis at SMHS. She is a senior and has been playing on the team for four years.

Madeline Dennerline is a freshman, making it her first time playing for the team. “Tennis is a team sport and its fun to play,” says Madeline, “I’m excited to meet new people on the team.”

Their first competition is Crystal Springs Uplands School. “We are gonna kick their butts!” said Madeline Dennerline. Come out and support the team. Go Tennis!

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