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    tiffanygu

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    Join date : 2009-09-13

    BOY'S TENNIS

    Post  tiffanygu on Wed Mar 10, 2010 1:27 am

    SUPER ROUGH

    As winter warms into spring and February dissolves to March, Boys Varsity Tennis warmed up their season with a close loss and a couple sound victories. Decked out in their classily consistent uniforms consisting of a red shirt with white shorts, the boys of tennis began their season with confidence. Though suffering a loss against Claremont in their very first game of the season, the team bounced back with as much resilience as the balls it spend so much time with, claiming several more victories as the season progressed. Senior Jesse Li hypothesizes about the rest of his very last season playing for this team, saying “I think we'll do great this year, we got off to a bit of a rough start, but we'll pull through.. Requiring surprising feats of athleticism from the guys of the team, normally seen in a domestic classroom setting, serve themselves many a hearty victory, consisting of bagels, expertly maneuvering the florescent yellow ball across the rectangular court.
    Their coach, Coach Mr. Jerry Dohling has ___ expectations for the team this year, and is _____ to report that the team this year _______ his expectations. Insert quote here. Their record is whatever their record is.
    The team camaraderie this year is definitely present, as senior Jesse Li asserts that “Close? I think we're pretty close, very supportive of each other.” This much is ascertained from watching the doubles games, with the players handing each other a very subtle yet decisive high five upon the scoring of each point. This simple gesture in between plays boosts team morale and confidence, which is key to the success of the team. That’s not to say, however, that actual training and practice doesn’t occur. Insert quote about how they practice and stuff. Their typical pre-season training regime includes this.
    That being said, the boys of tennis seem to be well in shape and on their way towards yet another successful season. Senior Jerry Lou recounts some of his favorite memories from his stint on the team, noting that “We always buy a MASSIVE amount of pizza (about 30 boxes) for our banquet at the end of the year to reward ourselves for a season of hard work. 30 boxes, 30 guys, no leftovers” Here’s to hoping that their season pans out well and the boys get to enjoy their work, their title, and their pizza.

    kristietom

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    Join date : 2009-09-02

    Re: BOY'S TENNIS

    Post  kristietom on Wed Mar 10, 2010 10:56 pm

    thanks tgu Smile

    lenakalemkiarian

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    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: BOY'S TENNIS

    Post  lenakalemkiarian on Sun Mar 14, 2010 12:17 am

    As winter warms into spring and February dissolves to March, Boys Varsity Tennis warmed up their season with a close loss and a couple sound victories. Decked out in their classily consistent uniforms consisting of a red shirt with white shorts, the boys of tennis began their season with confidence. Though suffering a loss against Claremont in their very first game of the season, the team bounced back with as much resilience as the balls it spend so much time with, claiming several more victories as the season progressed. Senior Jesse Li hypothesizes about the rest of his very last season playing for this team, saying “I think we'll do great this year, we got off to a bit of a rough start, but we'll pull through..[double period. where does quote end?] Requiring surprising feats of athleticism from the guys of the team, normally seen in a domestic classroom setting, serve themselves many a hearty victory, consisting of bagels, expertly maneuvering the florescent yellow ball across the rectangular court.
    Their coach, Coach Mr. Jerry Dohling has ___ expectations for the team this year, and is _____ to report that the team this year _______ his expectations. Insert quote here. Their record is whatever their record is.
    The team camaraderie this year is definitely present, as senior Jesse Li asserts that “Close? I think we're pretty close, very supportive of each other.” This much is ascertained from watching the doubles games, with the players handing each other a very subtle yet decisive high five upon the scoring of each point. This simple gesture in between plays boosts team morale and confidence, which is key to the success of the team. That’s not to say, however, that actual training and practice doesn’t occur. Insert quote about how they practice and stuff. Their typical pre-season training regime includes this.
    That being said, the boys of tennis seem to be well in shape and on their way towards yet another successful season. Senior Jerry Lou recounts some of his favorite memories from his stint on the team, noting that “We always buy a MASSIVE amount of pizza (about 30 boxes) for our banquet at the end of the year to reward ourselves for a season of hard work. 30 boxes, 30 guys, no leftovers” Here’s to hoping that their season pans out well and the boys get to enjoy their work, their title, and their pizza..

    vtran

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    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: BOY'S TENNIS

    Post  vtran on Mon Mar 15, 2010 8:49 pm

    HI TGU who knows kungfu and should name her daughter sue and wears nice stuff that are blue and when she was a little girl never ate an ounce of glue...

    haha i tried.

    for the quote just end it with a period and close the quote. we'll pull through." don't use saying, use said.
    remember to use past tense! Smile

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