Tate High Boys Tennis Headed To Regionals For The First Time Ever

April 17, 2021

Tate High School boys tennis is headed to regionals for the first time in school history.

The Tate boys team is runner-up in District 1-3A.With finals wins at the #3 singles and #2 doubles, the Aggies pulled through the three day tournament. The Aggies boys top five are:

  1. Prosser Crow
  2. Evan Hered
  3. Barry Harberson
  4. Alex Grace
  5. Payton Herrington

The Tate High girls tennis team is tied for second with Washington and will continue play on Monday.

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Comments

3 Responses to “Tate High Boys Tennis Headed To Regionals For The First Time Ever”

  1. Coach Bonucchi on April 17th, 2021 3:36 pm

    Super Job for some awesome players! Couldn’t ask for a better group of young men. We had to overcome quite a bit to make it through the season… SO VERY PROUD of your TENACITY!

  2. Anne on April 17th, 2021 7:04 am

    Pay Off for the Long Practices, Games Won on the way Up and Lots of support from parents and family and friends.
    SO PROUD of you — GO GET ‘EM…..AGGIES RULE.!!!!

  3. JTV on April 17th, 2021 3:25 am

    Go Aggies





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