Lawrence Free State Girls Junior Varsity Tennis

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Girls Tennis Banquet 2017

All girls tennis participants and parents are invited to join us in the Free State commons area at 6pm Monday evening. This is a potluck dinner. See the information below to determine what you should bring. Freshmen & Sophmores: main dish Juniors & Seniors: Dessert

Varsity Ends Regular Season With Tournament Win

Free State senior Ali Dodd and freshman Keegan VanPelt won their fourth tournament of the season in doubles, leading the FSHS girls tennis team to first place at the Emporia Invitational on Saturday. Dodd and VanPelt, who have only lost two matches all season, posted a 4-0 record and earned an 8-4 win over Blue

Varsity Tennis Dominates Emporia Invitational

The Girls Varsity and Junior Varsity competed Saturday in a ten team tournament. The girls continued the early season success with Kate Piper reaching the championship match in the singles bracket. Piper would end 3-1 on the day, and captured the 2nd place medal. Andie Veeder competed in the singles bracket as well, and ended the

Varsity and JV Tennis Dominate Quads

The Varsity Girls tennis program competed at a quad in LHS on Tuesday afternoon. The varsity girls continued their early dominance at the LHS quad. The #1 doubles combination of Ali Dodd and Keegan VanPelt went 3-0 on the day with key wins over LHS, Shawnee Mission South and the 4th ranked team in the

Attention: Teams Pictures For Girls Tennis

A reminder that pictures will be this Wednesday, September 6th. The pictures will take place at the courts, starting at 3:30. No money is necessary unless you want to purchase some buttons. In that case those are $5 dollars each, and must be paid in advanced. Also, please make sure your child knows your email

Girls’ Tennis Starts The Season With Medals

Emporia hosted a JV meet tonight for the first meet of the 2017 season. Olivia Slemmer took 1st at the #1 singles spot, and Hayley Rasmussen took 5th at the #2 singles spot. Both ladies competed hard and started the season off strong. Breanna Brown and Emma Johnson competed at the #1 Doubles spot and took