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Lex Tennis Looks To Be Strong Again.

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 3/26/2014After winning the Division II team state championship a year ago, the Lexington boys tennis team is hoping for another long post season run. Coach Ron Schaub welcomes back eight returning letter winners from 2013, a group that he says for the most part plays year round. The Minutemen will open their season at home against Columbus Academy on Tuesday, April 2nd. Lex's first four matches will be at home with Kenston April 5th, Mansfield Senior on the 7th and Ashland April 8th. In addition, Lexington is also defending OCC tennis champions and has won the conference nine of the last ten years.
   
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