The Harrison County tennis team ran its season record to 3-1 as they romped over district rivals Pendleton County and Deming last week.
First-year coach Kara Mattox’s netters only lost three matches in total as they ran rough shod over their opponents.
Last Wednesday, facing Pendleton County, the No. 1 and 2 singles players and all of the doubles for both boys and girls, won and in most cases by large margins.
The Pendleton County squad won only one match in the team play and two of the exhibition matches.
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