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The girls' tennis team was one of the ex-
amples of Mustang pride in the sense that
they never quit trying,
Even though their losses were discourag-
ing their victories proved to be successful
due to their performance out on the court.
A lot of effort and dedication was not only
put into their games, but also into their
practice. Some of their workout exercises
included lines, running, jumping and the
shuttle which they practiced during last
period and after school.
The team was composed of 70 girls, two
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of which placed second in the El Paso High
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Doubles Tournament. These two com-
petitive girls were Raquel Alba, the number
one player, and Pat Bowden. One of the
most promising players, Claudia Hip-
pensteil, who graduated in December, was
second to Alba on the team.
This was Coach Stephens first year
coaching the Mustang girls' tennis team.
He proved to be dedicated in the respect
that he was always concerned and giving
the team great support.
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Getting ready for a hard workout are Claudia Hip-
penstiel, Gina Abeyta, and Raquel Alba.
Double partners Claudia Hippenstiel and Samantha
Isaac show their stuff,
Setting up a serve was Pat Bowden.
Giving it her best shot was Raquel Alba.
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Some of the school's athletes were the
boys on the tennis team. The most promis-
ing athlete on the tennis team was Andy
Wilson. The rest of the team also played
A lot of time, dedication and staying
after school for practice were very critical
elements in making a good team. Though
the losses may be deceiving, their wins
were hard fought.
Some new players registered for the spr-
ing semester. With hard work, they made
the team stronger. The juniors on the team
are looking forward to next year and mak-
ing the team more productive.
Some of the events for this season in-
cluded a Mixed Doubles Tournament, and
8- Team Tournament against schools from
Abilene, Odessa, and Amarillo.
Coach Stephens, a ranked pro player in
the city, turned the team from a loosely
knit group into a well oiled tennis machine.
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