DRAGONS LOOKING GOOD SO FAR!

The New Palestine Dragons have worked extremely hard and have been rewarded with an impressive 18-1-1 record and a Hancock County Championship at Mount Vernon so far this 2015 season. Please follow their progress at :- http://newpalestineathletics.com/boys_tennis

Coach Des Evans
Coach Des Evans
Freshman Matthew True has had an outstanding season at 19-1.
Freshman Matthew True has had an outstanding season at 19-1.
No 1 doubles pairing Josh McKinney and Evan
No 1 doubles pairing Josh McKinney and Evan “Hands” Rejer have played an outstanding brand of high energy and attacking doubles this season
The Dragon Varsity team with the Hancock County Championship trophy at Mt Vernon, Fortville.
The Dragon Varsity team with the Hancock County Championship trophy at Mt Vernon, Fortville.

                          

The Dragon Varsity, J.V. teams and our lady Managers at the County Championship
The Dragon Varsity, J.V. teams and our lady Managers at the County Championship
Coach T
Coach T” Craig Tammen and Coach Des Evans with No 2 Varsity singles champ Matthew True who has an impressive 19-1 record!
No 1 Singles Coltin Espich has improved his performance in recent weeks
No 1 Singles Coltin Espich has improved his performance in recent weeks
Freshman Matthew True at No 2 Singles has had an outstanding season so far - with an impressive 13-1 record
Freshman Matthew True at No 2 Singles has had an outstanding season so far – with an impressive 19-1 record
No 1 Doubles Evan
No 1 Doubles Evan “Hands Rejer (With partner Josh McKinney) serves during a match at Pendleton Heights – with No 2 Doubles pair David Hockett and Conner Page on the adjacent court
Coach Des with a group of Varsity players and
Coach Des with a group of Varsity players and “Manager” Kenna Welch at Morristown during the 5-0 win
Varsity doubles player David Hockett sets up to play a volley
Varsity doubles player David Hockett sets up to play a volley
Dedicated freshman Matthew True has worked very hard to improve his service motion and to develop a 2nd serve
Dedicated freshman Matthew True has worked very hard to improve his service motion and to develop a 2nd serve
The Seniors with Manager Kenna at Delta
The Seniors with Manager Kenna Welch at Delta
Playing at No 1 Doubles Josh McKinney has been effective at the net
Playing at No 1 Doubles Josh McKinney has been effective at the net
Evan
Evan “Hands” Rejer has combined well with Josh McKinney at No 1 Doubles
Matthew True has improved his service motion considerably this season
Matthew True has improved his service motion considerably this season
Nicholas Ochs has relied on the consistency of his ground stokes at No 3 Singles
Nicholas Ochs has relied on the consistency of his ground stokes at No 3 Singles
Coach Des with No 2 singles Matthew True after he extended his record to to 7 and 1 against Shelbyville
Coach Des with No 2 singles Matthew True after he extended his record to to 7 and 1 against Shelbyville
The Seniors satisfy their hunger after the 5-0 win at Shenandoah H.S. - Middleton, Indiana
The Seniors satisfy their hunger after the 5-0 win at Shenandoah H.S. – Middleton, Indiana

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