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Hornets get kicked by Kearney

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The Emporia State tennis team traveled to Kearney, Neb. where both the men and the women fell in dual action. The men fell just short of a victory losing 5-4, while the women fell 9-0.

The Hornets lost all three doubles matches, two of them went into a tie breaker, but ESU couldn’t pull it out losing 8-6 in the third. In singles play, the men tried to battle back with Diego Prudencio, freshman; Keenan Smith, sophomore; Johnathan Burtron, freshman and Payton Hayes, freshman, all being victorious, but they fell in a hardfought battle.

The ESU women fell in all nine sets for the first time in over a year. Taylor Smith, junior, managed to go three sets but couldn’t pull off the win, falling 2-6, 6-4, 6-4.

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Hornets get kicked by Kearney