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Tennis players hang their rackets on the fence during practice.

Tennis players hang their rackets on the fence during practice.

Tennis players hang their rackets on the fence during practice.

by Reagan Davis, Reporter

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On Wednesday, Feb. 21 the girls tennis team traded their rackets for shovels to practice for upcoming tryouts.

The day before the girls tennis team had to shovel, it was snowing and windy. The weather conditions were cold; the temperature that day was below freezing.

    “Shoveling the snow was really difficult because there was a lot of snow and lots of ice as well,” Kaylee Kabza ‘21 said, “We needed to do it because tryouts are this week so we needed the courts in order to practice and tryout. On Wednesday it was freezing while we shoveled and some were prepared and wearing warm clothes while others were in shorts and freezing the whole time.”

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