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June 18, 2013

GIRLS' TENNIS: Floyd Central’s Boesing is undisputed Player of the Year

Highlander senior earns honor for third consecutive season

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FLOYDS KNOBS — 2013 ALL-AREA TEAM

FIRST TEAM

Singles


    Olivia Boesing, Floyd Central

    Kat Hebble, Silver Creek

    Alexis Applegate, Floyd Central

Doubles

    Whitney Batliner and Dana Frank, Floyd Central

    Jules Jenks and Emily Lewis, Jeffersonville

SECOND TEAM

Singles


    Morgan Reilly, Jeffersonville

    Jacqueline Hollkamp, Providence

    Alex Jamison, Floyd Central

Doubles

    Katherine Dauby and Erin Patterson, Floyd Central

    Macy Lancaster and Rachel Williams, Jeffersonville

THIRD TEAM

Singles


    Marin Kanii, New Albany

    Erin Kanii, New Albany

    Abby Ellis, Borden

Doubles

    Rebekah Knittle and Jenny Block, Silver Creek

    Paige Kruer and Morgan Mast, Borden

    

    Coach of the Year: Rick Miller, Floyd Central.

 

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