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DHS crowns consistency king

Tennis team serves up the week’s first homecoming W
Chris Walton and his No. 2 doubles partner, Alec Ensign, served up the first win of Durango’s homecoming week, beating their Montezuma-Cortez opponents 6-0, 6-0 in less than 30 minutes Tuesday afternoon.
Alec Ensign said he and DHS doubles partner Chris Walton put the pressure on their opponents to get their quick victory. “I think we played consistent, just kept hitting back until they messed up,” Ensign said.
Durango’s No. 1 singles player, Ryder Searle, said his consistency also made all the difference in his three-set win Tuesday night against Montezuma-Cortez. “I would throw him off by hitting some loopy shots, then hit hard down the line,” Searle said.
Aaron Cash took Durango’s lone loss Tuesday against Montezuma-Cortez, losing 6-0, 6-2 in the Demons’ 6-1 team victory Tuesday night at home to kick off Durango High School’s homecoming week.
No. 1 doubles pair Patrick Neal and Dylan Blair played the longest match Tuesday – an almost two-hour battle they won 6-2, 3-6, 6-4 as both teams – all their other matches finished – looked on. “I thought the one doubles were pretty fun to watch,” Durango High School boys tennis coach Reagyn Germer said.

DHS crowns consistency king

Chris Walton and his No. 2 doubles partner, Alec Ensign, served up the first win of Durango’s homecoming week, beating their Montezuma-Cortez opponents 6-0, 6-0 in less than 30 minutes Tuesday afternoon.
Alec Ensign said he and DHS doubles partner Chris Walton put the pressure on their opponents to get their quick victory. “I think we played consistent, just kept hitting back until they messed up,” Ensign said.
Durango’s No. 1 singles player, Ryder Searle, said his consistency also made all the difference in his three-set win Tuesday night against Montezuma-Cortez. “I would throw him off by hitting some loopy shots, then hit hard down the line,” Searle said.
Aaron Cash took Durango’s lone loss Tuesday against Montezuma-Cortez, losing 6-0, 6-2 in the Demons’ 6-1 team victory Tuesday night at home to kick off Durango High School’s homecoming week.
No. 1 doubles pair Patrick Neal and Dylan Blair played the longest match Tuesday – an almost two-hour battle they won 6-2, 3-6, 6-4 as both teams – all their other matches finished – looked on. “I thought the one doubles were pretty fun to watch,” Durango High School boys tennis coach Reagyn Germer said.
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