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Prep tennis: Girls All-City first team

Oklahoman Modified: June 4, 2009 at 1:04 am •  Published: June 4, 2009
Will continue career at Oklahoma.

EMILY CONRAD Bishop McGuinness
→Class: Junior

→Position: No. 1 doubles

→Record: 31-0

→The story: Won her third state championship with her third different partner. Duo lost four games combined at state tournament.

BECCA ARNOLD Heritage Hall
→Class: Senior

→Position: No. 1 doubles

→Record: 15-0

→The story: Had no problems adjusting to new partner Sarah Bowen late in the season and won her first state championship, not dropping a set at the state tournament.

SARAH BOWEN Heritage Hall
→Class: Freshman

→Position: No. 1 doubles

→Record: 15-0

→The story: Opened year at No. 2 singles and played well but thrived at No. 1 doubles late in the year. Already one of the most athletic players in the state.

Coach of the Year

→The story: Pulled off the upset of the tournament as Edmond North beat Jenks in three of the four state championship finals to earn its first title since 2006 and Wallar’s first as head coach.

By Robert Przybylo


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