Say ‘Deuces’

The tennis team wraps up the season.


Janelle De Jesus, Feature Editor

Over the past few weeks, the tennis team has had a chance to make it to the second round of playoffs for the first time in MV tennis history. The panthers had a score of 12-6. With this win under their belt, the Panthers advanced to the area, making this season worth it, despite COVID troubles.

“This year is special because I feel like I have more time to myself for practice,” said sophomore Ryan Quiroz. “I’m going to miss being with my team and getting to travel; it’s something I don’t get to experience much with virtual learning.” 

The following Friday, the team took a hard fall, but overall still made the school proud. By the end of the season, they ended 3rd place in the district. The team also won bi-district and advanced to the area competition for the first time in a few years. 

“I’ll miss the community of the team,” senior Thomas Ellison said. “It brought together a group that may have never talked to each other otherwise.” 

With this season wrap up, we cannot wait to see what the boys and girls will accomplish in the Spring season