MINDEN — Fallon scored eight points in the doubles matches and Josh Inglis came from behind to post a pivotal singles win Thursday afternoon to knock off Douglas 10-8 in the season-opening boys tennis match. For Douglas, simply playing the match was a victory in itself after being forced to practice indoors for two weeks due to air quality issues. “Isn’t this beautiful?” Douglas coach Rod Smith said, motioning to the blue sky overhead. “This is the first time in two weeks we’ve been out on these courts. Being in the gym just is not the same as playing under …
Wave rallies past Douglas in boys tennis
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