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April 7, 2013

Plainsmen netters go to Broken Arrow tourney

ENID, Okla. — Enid’s boys tennis team will be looking to gain more experience today at the Broken Arrow Tournament.

It’s the third tournament for the Plainsmen’s new lineup of Koderick Miller at No. 1 singles, Tyler Hallett at No. 2 singles, Zach Gwin and Connor Angleton at No. 1 doubles and Jason Christopherson and Blake Young at No. 2 doubles.

EHS coach Darrell Herndon said he’s pleased his doubles teams have reached the consolation finals of the two tournaments (Enid and Ada) they have competed in.

Gwin and Angelton won the consolation title at Ada Friday.

The EHS girls will go to Broken Arrow Tuesday with a probable lineup of Alexis Blasi (12-11), No. 1 singles; Gabrielle Dick (19-6), No. 2 singles; Alex Dick and Kathryn Dillingham (22-2), No. 1 doubles; and Madison Blevins and Savannah Blasi (13-5), No. 2 doubles.

EHS is coming off a championship at the Ada Tournament Saturday.

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