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Tennis falls to Flushing, Clio

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Tennis falls to Flushing, Clio

Seniors Kyle Langworthy (third from left)  and Marshall Judd (far right) stand with their parents at their match against Flushing on Monday, Sept 24.

Seniors Kyle Langworthy (third from left) and Marshall Judd (far right) stand with their parents at their match against Flushing on Monday, Sept 24.

IMAGE / Stephanie Lane

Seniors Kyle Langworthy (third from left) and Marshall Judd (far right) stand with their parents at their match against Flushing on Monday, Sept 24.

IMAGE / Stephanie Lane

IMAGE / Stephanie Lane

Seniors Kyle Langworthy (third from left) and Marshall Judd (far right) stand with their parents at their match against Flushing on Monday, Sept 24.

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The tennis team fell short to the Flushing Raiders on Monday, Sept. 24, and the Clio Mustangs on Thursday, Sept. 19.

The Raiders beat Kearsley 8-0.

Nobody scored for the Hornets, resulting in a league loss.

Kearsley’s record now stands as 1-8 overall and 0-6 in conference play.

Seniors Kyle Langworthy and Marshall Judd were honored prior to the match.

Coach Corey Fisher is going to miss the two seniors and is thankful he has them on the team.

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Senior Kyle Langworthy tosses the ball to serve against Flushing on Monday, Sept. 24

Fisher will miss Judd’s sense of humor and his leadership on the team.

“I am going to miss having Marshall play tennis,” Fisher said. “He was a team leader, and the other players looked up to him.”

Fisher enjoyed having Langworthy for his first and final year of tennis.

“Kyle has been great since he started playing last summer. He is ultra-competitive and hates to lose,” Fisher said. “He was very quick to correct his mistakes, and I wish he would have played when he was younger.”

The Hornets faced off against the Mustangs on Monday, Sept. 19.

Kearsley did not score against Clio, resulting in an 8-0 loss.

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Birthday: Jan. 9, 2001

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