The Woodlands Roundup: Youthful Cavs experienced on the court
The College Park tennis team is young but ultra-talented this year, reminding coach Henry Garza of the group he had four years ago, which went on to make three straight trips to the regional finals. It's real similar to the team I had four years ago that was really good, because they had talented players, they were just really young. [...] the following year is when we made the first of three regional finals in a row. The Highlanders won the District 14-5A tournament last year, defeating College Park in the district finals, but the Cavaliers had the last laugh, lasting one round longer at the regional tourney. Walker has taken his lumps against a few seniors this year, but he's kept battling and weathered the storm, gaining great experience in the process. The Cavs were 13-3 and ranked in the top 20 in the state going into this week, but Garza expected to fall a little bit in the latest state rankings after a loss to another highly ranked team in Austin Westlake. The 14-5A tourney begins Oct. 11 with the semifinals and concludes Oct. 14 with the finals at the top seed's home court. College Park graduate Lexi Erwin recently picked up Most Valuable Player honors at the Michigan/Adidas Invitational, leading Michigan to three wins.
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