by Nyx Sinard and Hannah Dickson
On Thursday, October 13, the BHS tennis team traveled to Western Carolina University for a conference tournament. They sure caused a racquet.
Sophomore Sadie Tynch, juniors Meredith Hooper, Aly Henneberry and Delaney Holland, and seniors Bailey Shuler and Hannah Stansel played at the tournament. Tynch and Hooper were double partners as well as Holland and Shuler. Henneberry and Stansel played singles.
Although Tynch and Hooper did not win, they still had a great time cheering on their teammates. “We lost, kind of bad, but it was ok because we had fun and to support our other teammates that didn’t lose badly,”
“We lost, kind of bad, but it was ok because we had fun and got to support our other teammates,” Tynch said.
Henneberry, Holland, Shuler, and Stansel won their matches.
“I felt really proud,” Henneberry said. Henneberry, Holland, and Shuler are moving on to regional competition.
The Dual Team tournament will take place the last week of October. Tynch, Hooper, Shuler, and Holland will be playing, where the team will continue making a racquet.