F. Scott Key Eagles

Spring 1991 Carrroll County Tennis Outlook

March 20, 1991

COACHES: BOYS — Rob Pennington, first year. GIRLS -- Donna Baker, second year

Last year's record: BOYS -- 2-14 overall, 0-4 in the county and 1-10 in the Monocacy Valley Athletic League. GIRLS -- 14-2 overall, 2-2 in the county, 12-0 and first in the MVAL

Top returnees: BOYS -- Senior, Joe Thacker; juniors, Brian Hayes,Brad Murphy; sophomore, Shane Shaffer. GIRLS -- Seniors, Heather Maring, Holly Brandon, Tara Timberman, Kathleen Brown; sophomore, Jenny Baker

Top newcomers: GIRLS -- Seniors, Joanne Taylor, Donna Paulin, Kristin Coffman, Jeanie Deibel, Cecilio Carvalho

Coaches' comments: BOYS -- "We are very young and still improving. We can improve onlast year's record, and if someone takes us lightly, we can sneak upon them and bite 'em in the butt." GIRLS -- "We lost 12 seniors fromlast year. The kids are working very hard, especially the seniors who have just picked up a racket for the first time."

The Carroll County Sun's outlook: BOYS -- New coach Rob Pennington is looking to improve upon last year's 2-14 team with a very young squad. He will rely on the team's lone returning senior, Thacker, who will play the No.1 singles spot and provide much-needed leadership. Look for the boysto improve as the year goes on as Pennington tries to build a solid base for the years to come. GIRLS -- Having lost 12 seniors from lastyear's 14-2 team, coach Donna Baker is appropriately calling this a rebuilding year. Maring will play at the No. 1 singles spot while Brandon and (Jenny) Baker will likely play No. 1 doubles. Baker is goingback to the basics this year in hopes of finishing the season around.500.

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