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The Road To The Championship

The tennis team’s journey to the state championship after a rough season.
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Elijah Ransdell
Sophomore Christian Gallucci makes a close save at tennis practice on Sept. 20.

After four out of 15 games won last year, the Bryant High School tennis team is back and ready to keep swinging.

 “Leadership positions have improved, and people feel good about this season,” Sophomore Maci Tharp, a tennis team member, said. 

The team has recently ended their current season with a 1-15 record, their one win being against Little Rock. While the official season has ended, the team will continue to play in tournaments throughout the year. 

“We did our best this season and will continue to improve as the year progresses.”Junior Jackson Gliddon, a member of the tennis team, said. 

The team is practicing daily to improve their performance. They recently played in a conference that decided several individuals’ placements into the state championship. The individuals included are Senior Tya Brown, sophomore McKenzie Schuetzle and sophomore Kennedy Baker, which put them into the upcoming state championship on October 9th and 10th.

“They are some of our best players and definitely deserve to make it to the championships,” Tharp said.

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Elijah Ransdell
Elijah Ransdell, Reporter
Meet Elijah. Elijah is a sophomore this year and is excited to experience everything high school has to offer. He is a trumpet player for Bryant High’s award winning band. He’s been to loads of big cities and lived in over 5 states. After high school, he wants to get out of Arkansas and go to The University of Washington.

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