Searle dials up best to beat better

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Searle dials up best to beat better

Durango’s No. 1s lead the boys tennis team to a home-court W
Patrick Neal brought a minor music show to go with his No. 1 doubles tennis talents Saturday: just a little singing under his breath. “It helps me concentrate,” the DHS senior said. “If I’m going to get distracted, I want to distract myself.”
Ryder Searle led the Durango Demons to 4-3 victory over Grand Junction Central on Saturday at No. 1 singles. Searle, searching for a new gear, cranked up his play as the match went on to win 6-3, 7-6 (6-1). Durango, in its second home match this year and second in as many days, defeated Central 4-3.
Dylan Blair found himself with a new teammate at DHS’s No. 1 doubles after Patrick Neal moved to Durango from Washington, and they won 7-5, 6-4 on Saturday. “We just kind of teamed up this year and started to figure things out,” Blair said.

Searle dials up best to beat better

Patrick Neal brought a minor music show to go with his No. 1 doubles tennis talents Saturday: just a little singing under his breath. “It helps me concentrate,” the DHS senior said. “If I’m going to get distracted, I want to distract myself.”
Ryder Searle led the Durango Demons to 4-3 victory over Grand Junction Central on Saturday at No. 1 singles. Searle, searching for a new gear, cranked up his play as the match went on to win 6-3, 7-6 (6-1). Durango, in its second home match this year and second in as many days, defeated Central 4-3.
Dylan Blair found himself with a new teammate at DHS’s No. 1 doubles after Patrick Neal moved to Durango from Washington, and they won 7-5, 6-4 on Saturday. “We just kind of teamed up this year and started to figure things out,” Blair said.
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