The Girl's Tennis team will travel to Herriman Tuesday for a meet with Providence Hall then host Delta next Tuesday
For the Girl's Tennis team, Lyndee Miller made the second round in state last year, with first doubles team Savanna Price and Avery Stevens and Second doubles team of Tacee Miller and Brinley Gadd also going to state.
The Union High boys tennis team swatted the Juab wasps on Thursday, March 22. 1st singles, Brian Spencer, won with a score of 6-3 6-4, 2nd singles, Reid Price, won 6-3 6-3 and 3rd singles, Evan Percival, won 6-0 6-1. “The team played very well this week, both in practice, and on game day”, says team captain Brian Spencer. They play against Uintah on Monday, March 26. Congratulations Union boys tennis team!Read More
The Lady Cougar Tennis team took on Providence Hall last Tuesday, Mariah Law, Lyndee Miller won their singles matches, Savanna Price and Avery Stevens, Kodilynn Perry and Analee Birchell, and Kaitlyn Southam and Taylor Pippert each won their doubles matches giving the Cougars an 8-1 victory. They started Region play Friday.
The Cougar Tennis team is also heading to the State Championships with Luke Price in the 1st Singles, Brian Spencer 2nd Singles, Evan Percival 3rd Singles and Trevor and Chase Birchell in Second Doubles. Good Luck Cougs!
Ladies Doubles Tennis team Rachel Peterson and Brinlee Barker represented the Utes at 4A State at Liberty Park, losing in the first round to a team from Timpview
The Lady Cougar Tennis team attended the Region 10 meet and earned a spot in the 3A State Tennis tournament with third place finishes by Mariah Law, Lyndee Miller and Brooke Kettle. All three doubles teams finished fourth the teams consisted of Savanna Price and Jordan Ross, Kiersten Allred and Tricia Alread, and Avery Stevens and Arie Larsen. The best the Union Girls have finished.
The Union Girl's Tennis team took on Stansbury Tuesday, Mariah Law won her match 7-5, 6-3 but the team lost, they host Grantsville Thursday
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