Yosemite tennis team looks like league contenders

Badgers drops match to Edison

-- Yosemite High CorrespondentMarch 14, 2013 

The Yosemite High School tennis team dropped a hard fought match against the Edison Tigers 5-4 March 5.

Kenny Jeffries played a personal best match at the No. 5 singles spot. After losing the first set after an early lead, Jeffries came back to win the second and then win in a tiebreaker.

"Kenny's commitment to improving his physical and mental tennis skills is paying big dividends," said coach Stan Lawrence.

Aaron Bausch, No. 6 singles, won his tiebreaker 10-1.

"Nobody wins a tie breaker 10-1. Aaron played his best when the match was on the line," Lincoln said.

Ben Williams won easily at No. 4 singles.

Mike Neff and Matt Whitecotten won at No. 1 doubles for the fourth Badger victory.

The loss puts the badgers at 4-4 for the season.

"Everyone is working hard in preparation for league play," Lawrene said. "If we get a lot of personal best individual performances from out players that will translate into best team performances. I'd be surprised if we aren't fighting for league championship this year."

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