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Menchville Tennis Overcomes Woodside

 Brandon Mueller watches his teammates compete after winning his individual match.  He later won his doubles match with partner Hunter Dangerfield.

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Brandon Mueller watches his teammates compete after winning his individual match. He later won his doubles match with partner Hunter Dangerfield.

Brandon Wright, Staff Writer

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Menchville Tennis claimed 7-2 a victory against Woodside last week

Brandon Mueller won his singles matches 6-0, 6-0 He then won, with partner Hunter Dangerfield their doubles match 8-1.

“I felt relieved” said Mueller. even though he felt “absolutely confident” going into the game.

Last year, Mueller went to the PennSouth conference championship. He lost his match to former Menchville Student Austen Delnicki.  Mueller and Delnicki then went on to win the doubles championship title together.

“We were the best players.” said Mueller, ” I’m seeking to win a singles conference title and an additional doubles title this year, Menchville has won Conference titles the past three years in a row, we’re going for a fourth.”

Lucas Gray won both of his singles matches. Gray and Bobby Gatz then won their doubles match 8-0.

” I was a little nervous at first, since it was my first match. But I  knew if I played hard I could win” said Gray, “I gotta keep the ball in and move my feet if I wanna go far this season.”

Gray lives by a quote from the 90’s cult classic, Ferris Bueller’s Day off :  ” Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.”

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