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8/23/06-Tyler

Tyler Tennis Players Qualify For Nationals

A group of Tyler women are proving what a little hard work and dedication can produce. Comprised of mostly beginner tennis players from Tyler Tennis & Swim, the group has spent the past year honing their skills. They've played well enough to earn a berth at nationals in Palm Springs, California in October.

"Our team is comprised of students, of lawyers, of teachers, of stay at home moms," said team member Claire Kinabrew.  "We have every spectrum of women on our team. In sectionals we were undefeated. In nationals, we're hoping to have the exact same success."

The ladies are looking for sponsors.  If you'd like to help them get to nationals, give them a call at Tyler Tennis & Swim. 

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