Girls tennis: Holy Family's team heads for state tournament

Posted 5/9/22

AURORA -- All  11 players on Holy Family's girls tennis team will bme playing in this year's state 3A girls tennis tournament.

Annabelle Kenny, a freshman lm faces Arfvada's Michelle Chen at …

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Girls tennis: Holy Family's team heads for state tournament

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AURORA -- All  11 players on Holy Family's girls tennis team will bme playing in this year's state 3A girls tennis tournament.

Annabelle Kenny, a freshman lm faces Arfvada's Michelle Chen at No. 1 singles. Laura Baker of the Tigers takes on Gemma Hill in the opening round at No. 2 singles, and Audrey Brower faces Siri Henderson of Glenwood Springs in the first round at No. 3 singles.

At No. 1 douobles, the Tigers' Clara Meisner and Sarah Stonehocker faces Anna Crowhart and Erin Crowhart from Severance High School. Avery Alderman and Raelynn Pickup square off with Sydney Stern and Jolie Pinsonnauelt of conifer at No. 2 doubles.

At No. 3 doubles, Ava Silverstein and Katelyn Morris take on Dawson School's Ava Berger and Mia Stein. And at No. 4 doubles, HFHS' Kylie Horning and Alesandra Wise face Pueblo Central's Hannah Arellano and Marissa Gonzales.

Play begins at 9 a.m. Thursday, May 12, at Colorado Springs Memorial Park.

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