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WHS tennis awards announced

The Worthington Trojans 2019 boys tennis awards have been presented. Pictured from left: Sully Merrigan was given the best sportsmanship award, Blaine Doeden was the MVP and Kipton Jenson was most dedicated. (submitted photo)...

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The Worthington Trojans 2019 boys tennis awards have been presented. Pictured from left: Sully Merrigan was given the best sportsmanship award, Blaine Doeden was the MVP and Kipton Jenson was most dedicated. (submitted photo)

The Worthington Trojans 2019 boys tennis awards have been presented. Pictured from left: Sully Merrigan was given the best sportsmanship award, Blaine Doeden was the MVP and Kipton Jenson was most dedicated. (submitted photo)

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