Heritage Hall 'charges' back to the top
By Robert Przybylo
4A was a stroll in the park for Dick Villaflor and his Heritage Hall girls tennis squad. OK, it wasn’t that easy, but I think if Heritage would have lost a match that would have been even more shocking than if McGuinness had dropped a match.
That’s how much better the Chargers were than the rest of the field this season.
Heritage Hall was in the unfortunate position of being in the same class as McGuinness lately. That wasn’t the case this year, and it took full advantage of it.
No. 1 singles player Julie Labarthe finishes her year at 28-1. Strangely enough, I saw her one loss. It was against Andrea Lewis of BK, and Labarthe was battling shin splints. Labarthe dropped a total of four games in her four matches at state.
I didn’t get to see much of No. 1 doubles team of Sarah Bowen and Becca Arnold, but Bowen is one heckuva little athlete. She plays the game the way I wished I could have many moon ago.
No. 2 singles player Carissa Villaflor had a tough semifinal match but overwhelmed Classen’s Melissa Dang in the championship.
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