Although the team lost the match, 0-8, the girls played their best and kept most of their games close. On the doubles side, 2019 season veterans Snehaa Ram '21 and Aliza Sadiq '22 picked up a few wins in their two seed match, and veteran Macy Isenberg '22 - who also played well in her one seed singles match - accompanied team newcomer Charlotte Mandell '22 in the first match of her tennis career. On the singles side, team newcomers put in a good showing against stiff competition. Sophomores Jhanvi Daddala '23, Alyssa Temkin '23, and freshman Alisa Ruban '24, all stepped in for debut matches on the singles side, with Temkin and Ruban circling back for doubles as well. On the organizational side, team manager Evan Banning '21 made the long haul to the state line and cheered on each match, providing much-welcomed support on the road. Although the overall result was not as the team had hoped, each player stuck it out and demonstrated just how much they have developed their individual play.
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