Whitney M Young Gifted & Talented Academy Girls Varsity Tennis

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Whitney M Young Gifted & Talented Academy Girls Varsity Tennis finishes 6th place

Thursday, September 29, 2016 1:00 PM Place 6 Points 1 Meet Recap Our neophytes tried their best during this windy Tournament play. We salute you young ladies for doing something different. Thank you Lady Warriors for participating in this venture. You could have said no. We hope that you learned something about yourselves that may

The Senate Tennis Prelims

                     It was sunny and windy with temperatures in the low 70’s.  When I arrived at Jefferson Park, players where being assigned according to their brackets for singles and doubles  play.  Our Lady Warriors were either playing or getting ready to play. They seemed to be having fun and they were enjoying this stage of

In Tennis, The Hornets were all over the Warriors.

This news just in, Our Lady Warriors lost all matches yesterday against John Hay at Rockefeller Park. Our players were Johnelle Diamond, Terranova Ake, Caila Blakeley, Jala Cheeks, Davonna Stubbs and D’asia Taylor.  Thank you for trying Ladies.  You will get better with time.

Tennis Match against Lincoln West

A match between Lincoln West and Whitney M. Young was originally scheduled but we were told that the Wolverines did not have a team.  We are sorry for those of you who came over to Jefferson Park to see these young ladies play only to discover that there was no match.

In Tennis, The Railroaders hosted our Warriors at Humphrey Park

Our players were senior Caila Blakeley and junior Jala Cheeks.  Freshman D’Aisha Taylor did not get to play this time because Collinwood only had two girls.  I saw only a part of the doubles play.  Coach Norman James was inspiring his Lady Railroaders to do their very best throughout the match.  Both teams are new to

Our Tennis team Suffers a Dismal Loss

Our best tennis players are good Volleyball Players therefore when they decided to play Volleyball instead of Tennis, our second team of Tennis Players had their hands full against Max Hayes on Monday.  This L was hard to swallow.

Whitney M Young Gifted & Talented Academy Girls Varsity Tennis finishes 1st place

Wednesday, August 24, 2016 12:00 AM Place 1 Points 2 Meet Recap Our Lady Warriors did a wonderful job yesterday at Rockefeller Park against the Lady Tarblooders of Glenville High School. Alexius Brown had another successful outing in her First Singles match and somehow we won the whole thing 2-1. I’ll take it. Congratulations Ladies!