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Tennis: Robins Travel to Rhinelander, Lose 7-0

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Tennis: Robins Travel to Rhinelander, Lose 7-0

Rhinelander took the win over Antigo 7 matches to 0.

The Red Robins ennis team traveled north to take on the Rhinelander Hodags and got shut out for the second time, 7-0.


No. 1 — Markus Johnson, RHINELANDER HIGH, def . Tanner Stueck, ANTIGO HIGH, 6-2, 6-3; No. 2 — Russell Benoy, RHINELANDER HIGH, def . Alex Gray, ANTIGO HIGH, 6-0, 6-1; No. 3 — Jacob Weddle, RHINELANDER HIGH, def . Simon Mcphail, ANTIGO HIGH, 6-0, 6-0; No. 4 — Freddy Wisner, RHINELANDER HIGH, def . Jerome Jones, ANTIGO HIGH, 6-0, 6-0;

No. 1 — Conner Young-Jared Haug, RHINELANDER HIGH, def. Brody Bunnell-Joe Bartletti,ANTIGO HIGH 6-2, 6-2; No. 2 — Jared Fabich-Grant Gilbert, RHINELANDER HIGH, def. Jared McFarlane-Zach Reineke,ANTIGO HIGH 6-1, 6-0; No. 3 — Cade Aschenbrenner-Logan Oestreich, RHINELANDER HIGH, def. Ben Morris-Tyler Hickman,ANTIGO HIGH 6-0, 6-2;

Coach David adds: “The boys could get discouraged, but they keep improving, keep trying, and keep enjoying themselves. I tell them that there are more ways to win then just beating their opponent. That they can win by striving to get better, by having a good attitude, and by doing their best.”

Brody Bunnell summed up the team’s attitude as he walked off the court when he said “Coach, we really did have a good time out there”.  Tanner Stueck played his best tennis of the season. Facing off against the best player in the conference, Stueck gave Rhinelander s Johnson all he could handle.  The match really swung on a few points, and though Tanner came out on the short end, he played impressively.

Antigo plays next at home on Tuesday.

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