As their opponents walked away from Darlington’s tennis courts Saturday, the Lady Tigers remained behind — taking pictures with each other, talking about their matches and hearing from their coaches.
WATKINSVILLE — After upsetting No. 1 seeds Peach County and Central-Carroll in its run to the Final Four, Sonoraville’s boys tennis team didn’t have one more magical match in them against a higher-seeded opponent.
It’s been an exciting last few days for the girls’ tennis programs at Darlington and Unity Christian schools.
CARROLLTON — In pressure moments, some athletes let the nerves control them, and some rise to the occasion with an incredible performance.
Just two wins away from reaching the state championship game, the Darlington girls’ tennis team is still having as much fun as it was at the start of the season.
A trio of local teams entered the second round of the Class AAA Tournament over the past few days, and all three are still alive.
The Darlington tennis teams saw both sides of the blade in their first round matchups Wednesday afternoon.
Four local teams opened play in the Class AAA State Tournament this week with their eyes set on extending their season.
The state tournament run for the LaFayette Rambler and Lady Rambler tennis teams may have been short, but it failed to take away one of the most successful all-around seasons in the program’s history.