Girls Varsity Tennis loses to North Allegheny

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Girls Varsity Tennis loses to North Allegheny

Returning the favor: Sophomore Morgan Shaming hits the ball bak to her opponent in section doubles at Baldwin , Sept. 25. The girls tennis team showed much improvement from previous seasons.

Returning the favor: Sophomore Morgan Shaming hits the ball bak to her opponent in section doubles at Baldwin , Sept. 25. The girls tennis team showed much improvement from previous seasons.

Returning the favor: Sophomore Morgan Shaming hits the ball bak to her opponent in section doubles at Baldwin , Sept. 25. The girls tennis team showed much improvement from previous seasons.

Returning the favor: Sophomore Morgan Shaming hits the ball bak to her opponent in section doubles at Baldwin , Sept. 25. The girls tennis team showed much improvement from previous seasons.

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Girls varsity tennis lost in the first-round of playoffs Tuesday night against North Allegheny.

Senior Nadine Khalil said the team played well.

“When we play against harder teams we play well,” Khalil said.

It was hard getting past losing their best player, Bethany Yauch, earlier in the season due to an injury, according to Khalil.

This was Khalil’s last season playing for Baldwin, but she said she will always cheer on her team.

“I feel sad I won’t be able to play for the school anymore,” Khalil said, “I will miss the girls, and I hope they carry on the legacy,” and make it further in playoffs next year.

Khalil played for Baldwin all four years in high school and was the singles captain this year.