The Enid News and Eagle, Enid, OK


March 24, 2013

Enid's girls may switch lineup for tournament

ENID, Okla. — Enid’s girls may shake their lineup for today’s Duncan West tennis tournament at the Oklahoma City Tennis Center.

It will be the fourth time the Acers have faced Edmond North in a tournament this season. They have seen a different combination from the Lady Huskies, and EHS coach Darrell Herndon indicated EHS may return the favor today.

“I’ll leave that up to the girls,’’ Herndon said. “There’s no real purpose of going with the regular lineup (for seeding information), but if feels good to them (the Acers), we may stick with it.’’

The Acers are coming off a championship at the Norman Tournament March 12.

Enid’s regular lineup has had Alexis Blasi (7-9), No. 1 singles; Gabrielle Dick (15-1), No. 2 singles; Kathryn Dillingham and Alexandra Dick (14-2), No. 1 doubles; and Madison Blevins and Savannah Blasi (9-3), No. 2 doubles.

Herndon said the Acers will use their regular lineup at the Heritage Hall Tournament of Champions Friday.

The Acers should be battling temperatures in the 30s and 40s today.

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