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Dick goes 1-1 at All-State tennis

 

 

TULSA — Enid’s Gabrielle Dick, a two-time state champion doubles player, teamed with Southmoore’s Jordan Henry to beat Broken Arrow’s Shaylee Smith and Jenks’ Alix Williams, 8-2 at the All-State tennis match Tuesday at the Michael D. Case Center at the University of Tulsa.

Dick, the West’s No. 2 player, lost to Jenks’ Jenny Bond, 8-4 in singles, but that didn’t take away any from her competitive tennis finale. She will attend the University of Oklahoma, but will not play tennis.

Dick was playing with Henry, the 6A No. 1 singles champion and the No. 1-rated player on the West. While the West girls won, the final results aren’t as important as just getting there, Gaebler said.

“I’m just proud to have an All-State player in the match,’’ he said. “She could have lost both matches 6-0, 6-0 and I wouldn’t have been any less proud of her.”

 

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No offseason for Enid Tennis

Both Enid Tennis teams found themseleves with high finishes at state, they have quickly gotten back on the Summer tournament tour. I feel fortunate knowing our athletes are not content with high finishes. Our goals are nothing short of Titles.

 

2015 STATE CHAMPIONS

In an epic battle Enid took down the States top ranked Jenks one doubles team when it mattered most in a 3rd set . Blasi and Dick  not only won the title but they helped to push the team into a position of 6A State Runner up.