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Tennis avenges previous loss towards Highland Park in space playoffs

Coppell senior Juandiego Velazquez returns throughout his doubles match with junior Aneesh Thummala towards McKinney Boyd on Tuesday on the Coppell Tennis Middle. Coppell faces Flower Mound as we speak within the Class 6A Area I quarterfinals at Flower Mound Excessive College.

One yr in the past, the Coppell tennis group fell to Highland Park in the identical spherical of playoffs. Coppell returned to the courtroom this yr with a shot at redemption and seized the victory. 

On Friday, the Coppell tennis group defeated Highland Park, 10-5, within the Class 6A Area I space playoffs at Excessive Level Tennis Middle in Plano. Coppell faces Flower Mound as we speak at 12 p.m. within the Class 6A Area I quarterfinals at Flower Mound Excessive College. 

“The vitality was purely electrical,” Coppell coach Alyssa Noonan stated. “I’ve by no means seen any group come collectively the best way that they did on Friday. Dropping was not an possibility for the group. They wished it so badly and as a coach, that’s all you possibly can ever ask for—you simply need them to need it as a lot as you do.”

Early on within the matches, Coppell boys doubles duo Arjun Nijasure and senior Sayon Nath defeated Highland Park’s Noah Perhirin and sophomore Pierce Collard, 6-1 and 6-0. In response to Noonan, Nijasure and Nath fell to the Highland Park duo earlier within the season, so their sudden victory offered the group an additional enhance of momentum heading into the singles’ matches. 

“They received a match that they weren’t favored to win, the opposite gamers had been rated above them,” Noonan stated. “However they pulled out a win and that was a extremely essential match for us on the boys facet.”

On the women  doubles facet, Coppell sophomores Lexi Patton and Gabby Rice went into tiebreaker units towards Highland Park senior Ava Keating and junior Erica Zeitman, in the end defeating the Scots, 7-6 (4). 

Heading into singles, Highland Park held a 4-3 lead. Nonetheless, Coppell received seven out of the eight singles matches, propelling it forward to the 10-5 victory. 

Now, with Highland Park within the rearview mirror, Coppell’s focus shifts to Flower Mound for the following spherical of playoffs.

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