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Nicole Hunter

Senior Josie Cohen prepares to serve the ball in a match against Friends School of Baltimore on Tuesday, Oct. 3. The women’s varsity tennis team finished their season 0-9.

Women’s Tennis

The women’s varsity tennis team finished the season with a record of 0-9. Despite the team’s overall record, they were able to learn from their experience on the court.

“Everyone on the team except for my partner Ellee Perri and I were new to tennis, so we didn’t have a great season as far as winning games, but I think everyone progressed a lot and improved their skills. For having a new team, I would say we did well,” senior team captain and doubles player Josephine Cohen said.

Varsity tennis head coach George Panion agreed that the team was able to better its skills throughout the season. “I was very proud of the progress the girls made this year. We knew it was going to be a tough year. Our focus was to just keep working hard and get a little better with each match, and I think we accomplished that,” he said. Because the team was able make great improvements this season, Cohen has high hopes for the team next year. “I hope everyone has a good time. And I hope we do have a better season as far as winning games,” she said.

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