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L E GACY

As the son of Washburn University's head tennis coach, freshman John Lysaught helps continue his family legacy on the court. Lysaught experienced success on the varsity squad his freshman season.

N E W EX PER IENCE

Although he's been playing soccer for years, freshman Garrison Johnson decided to go out for tennis for the first time this year. The social aspect of the game made the experience enjoyable for several freshmen who decided to try something new with their friends with this spring sport.

VO LLEY Practicing for the upcoming JV quad meet, sophomore Gabe Allen volleys back a ball over the net. When playing against another school, athletes play one singles game and one doubles game. During tournaments, they choose whether to play in singles or doubles for the entire day.

PHOTO: KIRK HOCKMAN & SHALYNN LONG

NEVER QUIT

HUST L E , H IT,

R IL EY

CA RTE R

MI GUEL

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"I play tennis to smell the fresh tennis ball and to get outside. The best I've played is with Spencer Doole and we beat the reigning state champs from Topeka West".

JO H N

"I play tennis because it's a good time going out and playing with my friends, the best match would probably be Seaman. They know how to serve the ball and are good competition"

"I play tennis because it's a fun sport and it's not too hard. De Soto might have been the best match just because it is a new competition"

S P E NC E R D O O L E &

LO N D O N

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