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Ontario Tennis Off To Impressive Start

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  Original Published: 4/26/2013

The Ontario boys tennis team is 6-2 on the young season, despite a soggy start. Yesterday the Warriors match against the 4-2 Spartans of St. Peter's was washed out at Marshall Park. Warrior Coach, Tom Pawsey, mentioned it is the strongest collective group of players Ontario has had in quite some time. Their only two losses came at the hands of two highly respected, and state ranked teams - Lexington and Lima Shawnee. Pawsey said his kids are dedicated to their success and credited their assistant coach who travels from Westlake for practices and matches. Also mentioned was the administration at Ontario High School, and athletic director, Don Cooper, who make sure students have every opportunity to succeed.

   
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