Ed North: Baylor Spring, Nate Roper video...
By Robert Przybylo
We’re officially a week away from the girls state tennis tournament and two weeks from the boys. And we STILL do not know if Edmond North’s Casey Distaso is going to play.
I’m not even sure if the coaching staff really knows. Neither coach Dee Wallar or assistant Bryan Duroy will commit one way or the other.
If Distaso doesn’t play (electing instead to give the graduation speech at North), the Huskies will still make a big run at state, namely because of their versatility.
That versatility was on display Wednesday at the McGuinness Tournament as No. 1 doubles team of Nate Roper and Baylor Spring won an excellent match against the Irish duo of Jonathan Kraft and John Byrne. North won all four titles in the tournament.
Following their 10-7 win in the super tie-breaker, I caught up with the North boys.
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