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Bloomington South Girls Tennis Regional Recap; Rebels finish 17-4

Bloomington South Girls Tennis Regional Recap from Tuesday, May 25

At Bloomington South, Southwestern lost 5-0 to Seymour in Tuesday’s semifinals.

Edited recap and results from Southwestern’s Kenny Garrett- We traveled to Bloomington South High School to play the 28th ranked Seymour Owls and it was a great learning experience for our players. Seymour is ranked second in our district and showed why as they are a very solid team at every spot.

Audrey Bare was first off the courts falling to Hill of Seymour who is a very good player.  Audrey hit the ball nicely and had some good points finishing her season at 13-7.

Off next was two doubles as they fell to the more active team in two sets. Ally Voorhies and Syrenia Hardy had a great season and won some big matches for us at crucial times. Ally finished her career with an impressive 16-5 record this season and Syrenia finished her sophomore season at 15-6.  I look forward to seeing her improve over the next two years and be a leader for us.

Falling in two sets for just the third time this season was Julia Worcester as she battled a tough player in Sandy Cerino who was the Seymour number one player in 2019 season. Julia played a great first set before falling 3-6 and just did not have enough in the tank to get it to a third set. She is one of the toughest players I have ever coached mentally when it comes to just not giving up. Julia was 18-3 on the season and was a rock for us every match. She will be expected to be a leader and obviously one of our top players next year.

Next off was our tough number one doubles team in Chloe Adcock and Autumn Harmon. I can’t say enough about these two as they only played about half of the season together with Chloe’s calf injury.  She only played in 12 matches and ended the season at 10-2.  She also will have a huge impact for us next year.  Chloe and Autumn worked really well together with movement and communication and were just fun to watch.

Autumn ends her stellar career at 17-4 this season and, just two years ago, was 15-3 at singles. She will be missed and, as I have said, is one of the best players I have coached in my ten years coaching tennis.

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