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Republic Team Tennis Season Ends at Sectionals (Photos)

The Lady Tigers’ team tennis season came to a close Saturday with a state sectional loss to Springfield Central. Central won all three doubles matches to open the day – including a come-from-behind win in the #3 doubles match – to set the tone. The Bulldogs closed it out with

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Republic Tennis Dominates Districts

From every individual district tennis tournament, six players advance to the state sectionals. In Class 2 District 11, five of those six players are Republic Lady Tigers. On a frigid Friday in Carthage, Republic put together its best individual district performance ever, advancing two doubles teams and one singles player

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Lady Tigers Sweep Their Way to District Title

Republic senior Carly McAtee still remembers last year’s district championship match against Joplin. The Lady Tigers lost their last three matches after building a 4-2 lead, and McAtee was on the court for the evening’s disappointing finale. Wednesday night, she and her Republic teammates made sure the same thing didn’t

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Photos: District Tennis Championship

Check out more than 100 photos from district championship night in Republic! We’ve got photos of tennis and photos of the celebration as the Lady Tigers show off their first team district trophy in seven years.

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Lady Tigers Win District Opener (Photos)

Republic won its team tennis district opener Tuesday, beating Joplin 6-2 to advance to the district championship round. The Lady Tigers won two of three doubles matches, then took four of five singles matches to clinch the win. (Photos below.) During the playoffs, play is stopped after one team reaches

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Lady Tigers Honor Nacy with League Win

Republic’s girls tennis team recognized a classmate and a cause Tuesday night before picking up a conference win at home. The Lady Tigers wore shirts in memory of former Republic student and tennis player Stephen Nacy, who was diagnosed with ALS and passed away three years ago. Nacy was a

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Repmo Tennis Sweeps on Senior Night

Republic celebrated Senior Night with a shutout over conference rival Webb City. The Lady Tigers started the evening by recognizing four seniors – Sylvia Haley, Carly McAtee, Hannah Morgan, and Katie Stiles. Three of them (McAtee, Morgan, and Stiles) played four years of tennis, and in those four years, the

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