The Lecanto High School girls’ and boys’ tennis teams went to the Jonesville Tennis Center in Gainesville, Florida, on April 1 and 2, 2013, for their district matches. Many of the players could not contain their excitement for the matches. “I was extremely excited and ready to do my best in all of my matches, and I was
The Lecanto High School girls’ tennis team dominated the Saint Paul Lutheran School’s team Friday, March 8. All of the LHS girls won their singles matches 8-0. The two doubles matches with sophomore Madison Gamble and senior Amber Gamble, and sophomores Simi Shah with Megan Jervis went just as well; both winning 8-0. Some of the
The Lecanto High School Lady Panthers girls’ tennis team battled it out against the Forest High School Wildcats. Sophomore Megan Jervis felt the team did a good job during their individual games. “I think went really well; we all tried our hardest, and it was a really hard team to play,” Jervis said.
The LHS boys’ and girls’ tennis teams suffered a quick end to their seasons in the district competition, resulting in 4th place finishes for the year. The teams finished the regular season with seven wins and four losses for the girls and nine wins and four losses for boys. Both teams had a very strong start to the season
The LHS girls’ tennis team opened the 2012 season strong with a win over Lake Weir High School Feb.9 at home. The victory over Lake Weir was a relief since this was the first time both schools played against one another. Claiming their first victory of the season, the top five seeded girls swept the
The LHS tennis teams are now beginning their season with more than a few returnees. Boys’ coach Jack Hall said that “all of the same team members from last year have returned to the team this season except for one player.” The team practices every day after school from 3 p.m. until 4:30 p.m. Daily practices