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Competition level rises for Ennis in Frostbite

Lion tennis dominated as expected in its season-opening Polar Bear Tournament the week before, but on Friday the victories were a little tougher to come by.
Though Ennis was still playing on its home turf, the Frostbite Tournament played host to some stronger competition. The competitive field Ennis faced included Denton Ryan, Red Oak, Midlothian, Waxahachie, Athens, Skyline, Southlake Carroll, Waco Robinson, Ferris, Mansfield Legacy and Van.

“We did really well, even though the competition was tough,” said coach Keith Howard.

“We didn’t win as much as (we did in the Polar Bear), but everyone had a great attitude. I try to stress that all these tournaments are just practice and district is the one that counts. All of our players did a good job of trying to implement the strategies we’ve been working on during the week; I’m really proud of them.”

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