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New and seasoned tennis players condition without coach

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New and seasoned tennis players condition without coach

(From left to right) Tennis players Andrea (10),  Lauren Manuel (graduate), Hannah Swirzinski (12), Delanie Hinkley (graduate), Jane Kisselev (12), and Isabelle Weiss (11) pose for a picture at tournament from last year's season at Grassfield High School in late May

(From left to right) Tennis players Andrea (10), Lauren Manuel (graduate), Hannah Swirzinski (12), Delanie Hinkley (graduate), Jane Kisselev (12), and Isabelle Weiss (11) pose for a picture at tournament from last year's season at Grassfield High School in late May

Lindsay Roberts

(From left to right) Tennis players Andrea (10), Lauren Manuel (graduate), Hannah Swirzinski (12), Delanie Hinkley (graduate), Jane Kisselev (12), and Isabelle Weiss (11) pose for a picture at tournament from last year's season at Grassfield High School in late May

Lindsay Roberts

Lindsay Roberts

(From left to right) Tennis players Andrea (10), Lauren Manuel (graduate), Hannah Swirzinski (12), Delanie Hinkley (graduate), Jane Kisselev (12), and Isabelle Weiss (11) pose for a picture at tournament from last year's season at Grassfield High School in late May

Abigail Hicks, Staff Writer

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To make up for conditioning that did not take place this school year, new and old tennis players practice every Wednesday after school.

Searching for a new tennis coach took up a majority of the normal conditioning, so returners set times for rallying on Wednesdays from 2:30-3:30 p.m.

“They help by just getting us back into the habit of playing tennis because most of us are very busy and don’t play as much tennis as we should in the off-season,” said junior and returning tennis player Isabelle Weiss.

A new coach was hired, and tryouts will start Feb. 18.

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Abigail Hicks serves as news editor for The Current. Inside of school, apart from journalism, Abigail is a member of The America Rocketry Challenge team....

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