The event will be held at the Mitchell Tennis Center and Omar Smith Instructional Tennis Courts at Texas A&M. Merklin & Landers won the Region I championship recently in Arlington. The unseeded duo defeated the No. 1 and No. 2 seeds en route to the region title.
Also, Carroll boys singles’ player Alec Reusche finished third in Region I and will serve as an alternate.
Girls’ singles player Kelley Anderson won the Region I title and Eshan Dave and Collin Alexander qualified in boys’ doubles. Meredith Hope and Brittaney McCasin qualified in girls’ doubles. The region tournament was held this week in Lubbock.
The state tournament will be held April 29-30 at the Penick-Allison Tennis Center at the University of Texas in Austin.
Jack Learmonth won the 4-5A boys’ singles championship, while Eshan Dave and Collin Alexander won the title in the boys’ doubles. Kelley Anderson claimed the girls’ single title and Meredith Hope and Brittaney McCasin won the crown in girls’ doubles.
The six Carroll tennis player advance to the Class 5A Region I Tournament held Monday and Tuesday in Lubbock.
The Southlake Women’s Club is pleased to once again to award a combined total of $15,000 in scholarships to 2013 CSHS graduating seniors.
The club has been offering these scholarships since 1995, when originally it was funded through the Annual School Supply Sale, but since 2001, the scholarships are funded through the proceeds from the Art in the Square event that will be in Southlake Town Square April 26-28, 2013.
All seniors are invited to apply for these scholarships, including male students graduating. The scholarship committee will meet in April to decide the winners and the amounts awarded. The names will be announced in May at an annual event at Carroll Senior High School.
The group posted all application information on their website: www.southlakewomensclub.org.
All applications and related materials must be postmarked by Monday, April 1, 2013.
The Carroll Dragon tennis team won the Hill Country Classic over the weekend in Mason, Texas. Many of the top teams across the state battled the cold temperatures during the two-day tournament. The Dragons finished with 166 p0ints and three-time defending Class 3A state champ Abliene Wylie was second with 148. This marked the first time the Dragons have won this prestigious tournament.
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