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Lady Indians advance to GHSA Tennis Championship Final Four

This year’s Lady Indians are Arabella Touchton, Kendall Denham, Addie Holt, Ava Godwin, Hillary Bell, Sara Jo Fain, Maggie Palmer, and Ashlyn Thompson.

The Lady Indians will play Trion High School in Trion, Georgia today, Thursday, May 5 at 1 p.m for the chance to advance into the GHSA State Tennis tournament finals.

The Seminole County Lady Indians tennis team continues to be red hot and on a roll. The Lady Indians served notice in the Elite Eight round that they are on a mission and have their sights set on the tournaments’ final in Rome.

Playing in the Georgia High School Association State Tennis Tournaments’ Elite Eight round last Monday in Donalsonville the number one seed from Region 1 Lady Indians defeated the number one seed from Region 8 Lake Oconee Academy, 3-0.

The Lady Indians will now travel to Trion, Georgia to play Trion High School for the chance to advance into the GHSA State Tennis tournament finals. Trion is the number one seed from Region 6. The final four match was scheduled to be played today, Thursday, May 5 at 1 p.m. Match results will be posted at donalsonvillenews.com and on the newspaper’s Facebook page.

The defending State Champion Indians’ season ended Monday with a loss in the Elite  8. The Lake Oconee Academy boys defeated the Seminole County boys three to one. 

In their journey to the Final Four the Lady Indians’ Sweet 16 victory came on their home courts Monday, April 25, with the Lady Indians defeating Georgia Military 3-1. The Seminole County girls aced their opponent in the tournament’s opening round defeating Metter High School 3-0.

This year’s Lady Indians are Arabella Touchton, Kendall Denham, Addie Holt, Ava Godwin, Hillary Bell, Sara Jo Fain, Maggie Palmer, and Ashlyn Thompson. 

The girls and the boys tennis teams are coached by Tina Fain and Jim Palmer.

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