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Jackson improves to 6-1

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Middlesex High School freshman Virginia Reinhardt (above) and sister Vivian Reinhardt compete together in doubles action for the MHS girls tennis team. (Photo by Larry Chowning)

The Middlesex girls tennis team lost to Northampton 7-3 on April 11 and 7-1 to Rappahannock on Monday, April 15.

Against Northampton, the Lady Chargers were paced by number 1 seed, Hannah Jackson who won her singles match, 8-6. “Jackson was challenged late in her match but stayed in it, coming away with another win and brining her season record to 6-1”, said MHS tennis coach Matt Short.

The Lady Chargers will travel to Windsor on Friday, April 26. The match will start at 4 p.m.

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posted 04.19.2019

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