MURFREESBORO — Dobyns-Bennett doubled up in its return trip to the TSSAA large school girls team tennis state semifinals at Old Fort Park.
MURFREESBORO — Science Hill went down swinging in its first boys state tennis appearance since 2010.
Science Hill boys’ tennis coach Kelly Lane really didn’t have to say anything. His smile said it all.
GREENEVILLE — A Monday morning rain shower temporarily halted the TSSAA small schools individual regional tennis championships at the Greeneville Tennis Center, but four bids were filled for trips to Murfreesboro next week.
KINGSPORT — With berths in the upcoming state tournament at stake, blustery conditions for Monday’s TSSAA Region 1 large school individual tennis playoffs did nothing to deter the players from the task at hand.
The Science Hill tennis team didn’t even need its No. 1 singles player on Wednesday afternoon.
KINGSPORT — Griffen Nickels led a strong contingent of Science Hill tennis players who advanced to the next round from the District 1 large schools tennis championships Tuesday at the Dobyns-Bennett Tennis Courts.
The preliminaries are over for the District 1 Large Schools high school tennis tournament. Now the real fun begins.
Brotherly love was more like brotherly 40-love for the Science Hill tennis team Tuesday night in Kingsport.
Science Hill doubled up to win its rivalry match with Tennessee High on Tuesday evening at the Liberty Bell Tennis Courts.
On a sunny Tuesday afternoon at Science Hill, first place was on the line in District 1 tennis between the traditional rivals Dobyns-Bennett and Science Hill.
So far, so good for Science Hill’s boys’ tennis team as the only thing that has slowed the Hilltoppers down is the weather.