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Mustangs nip Rams, 5-4 in tennis

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By Joel Stevens, Associate Editor

The Glenwood boys tennis team lost a  close 5-4 decision to Shenandoah last Wednesday in a match played indoors at the Montgomery County YMCA in Red Oak due to weather conditions.  

Rams’ No. 1 player Joe Gunkelman played his most consistent game of the season against the Fillies’ Jacob Holmes at the No. 1 singles spot but fell 10-6 to the senior.

Max Chavez and Cole Peckham continued their winning streaks beating their opponents 10-7 and 10-3, respectively.  


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