The players yelled the traditional Matador cheer in loud, spirited voices, and then put their all hands in middle. Led by captains Carol Lei and Rashmi Ghonasgi, the huddle swayed side to side in unison as the players cheered.
Even after the huddle broke apart, and the players spread out across the courts to play their own matches, and those watching could still hear the sounds of players cheering on one another.
Ultimately, the team played with great intensity and was successful in defeating SHS by a narrow score of 4-3. Scroll down to see GIFS from the team’s victory on Sept. 12.
Players work on their serves during warmups before the start of their matches.
The team huddles together to do their traditional Matador cheer.
Players hit the ball back and forth, focusing on making clean contact with the ball and preparing for their match.
Junior Leslie Legier practices a couple final serves before her match.
Girls tennis will play their next home game on Sept. 19 against Homestead HS.