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Sloane Crisler, sophomore

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Sophomore Sloane Crisler plays tennis for the Midtown Knights. She’s always enjoyed playing tennis and loves the opportunities and the bonds she’s created on the Midtown team.

“I like tennis because we get to bond as a group and I enjoy playing with the people I play with,” Crisler said.

The bonds she’s created with her teammates surpasses the individuality of tennis as a sport.

“Even though tennis is an individual sport and we’re on the court alone, you still go to practice and see and talk with all of your teammates,” Crisler said.

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Kate Krugman
Kate Krugman, Writer
Kate Krugman is a sophomore and this is her first year writing for the Southerner. In her free time, Kate acts in school productions and is on the school mock trial team.

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