Tennis serves towards state


Melony Erly, Review Staff

Feature Photo By: Vanessa Guereca- Senior Captain Christian Seal leads team in a break-out after a match. The tennis team is currently 2-8-0.

The Rangeview boys tennis team has a record of 2-8, losing most of their matches, except for their match against Colorado Springs Christian and Thornton. They also finished 11th of 12 teams in the Eaglecrest tournament, and 7th in the Smoky Hill tournament.

“I believe the team feels good after breaking the losing streak,” said senior Christian Sael.

Senior Tim Chang returns the ball across the net. This is Chang’s first year playing singles. (Vanessa Guereca)

The team was hoping they would win their last match because they were able to halt their losing streak on Tuesday with their match against Thornton, but Thursday the tennis team lost 4-3 in their last match which was against Northglenn.

Coach Carabello believes that the team is working hard and having fun while doing it, he stated, “I hope we go out aggressive…we have been playing our best tennis.”

The team lost 6-1 at their match against Smoky Hill on Monday. Tuesday, the tennis team went to Thornton and won 5-2. They finished 3rd in conference and will play their regional tournament on Wednesday October 5th at Ken Caryl Ranch House.

“It is a real tough regional,” said Carabello. “I hope we can at least win a few.”

Last year none of the tennis players made it to state from the regional tournament.