Boys tennis players in Section Three of the Lancaster-Lebanon League should be battle-tested heading into the postseason.
High School Tennis
Brendan McNamara exploded onto the Lancaster-Lebanon League boys tennis scene in spring 2018 when, as a freshman, he reached the Class 2A singles final of the league tournament.
Lancaster Country Day coach Chris Wilson seemed to have it figured out. His Cougars had enough talent to make it a close match, but not enough to beat Lancaster Catholic.
After spring sports athletes missed the entire 2020 season because of the coronavirus pandemic, District 3 officials are doing all they can to have a “normal” 2021 postseason this time around.
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Penn Manor’s Curtis Rabatin has plenty of incentives to play well this season.
LEBANON — The final score was 6-1. That hardly did justice to the kind of match it was.
There are two sets of brothers playing for the Ephrata boys tennis team this season. While that means they have some obvious similarities, there are also some differences.
If last year’s Lancaster-Lebanon League boys tennis season was compared with a tennis match, it could be said there was a first serve — and then it was over.
The 2020 sports scene in Lancaster County was unlike any in history. There was a state wrestling champion crowned, numerous district champs in various sports, and two grads from one local high school played for the playoff-bound Pittsburgh Steelers.