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Senior Drake Robart won his 3rd straight singles match today, and notched his second doubles win of the year. Playing #3 singles against 3A Wilson Fike, Robart played steady throughout for a 6-2, 6-3 win. He then paired with Jeremy Dawson to win #2 doubles 8-6.
Senior Drake Robart has had a great year in both singles and doubles. Today in a critical conference match, Drake was asked to step up in the singles lineup when the team's top singles player was struggling with an injury. Drake responded with a dominant 6-2, 6-0 win in the #3 singles spot. In doubles, Drake paired with Luke Edmondson, and played perhaps his best doubles effort of his career, winning 8-4.
Senior Drake Robart has been a part of the Greene Central men's tennis transformation from the first day of his freshman season. Joining a team that had gone win-less the previous season, Drake tried to find his place on a team that was trying to find their way in the conference. Steadily the team grew stronger and more confident, as did Drake. Drake's junior year had some frustrations, but Coach Tim encouraged him, noting that even the best life has its share of road-blocks, detours and disappointments. Today, things came full circle, for the team - now 12-1 and undefeated in conference play - and also for Drake. The guy who was frustrated a year ago, and briefly considered not playing his senior year, ends up being the player to clinch the conference with a clutch come-from-behind win in singles, followed by a solid doubles win. Those 2 courts made all the difference in beating rival North Lenoir.
2-6, 6-3, 1-0 (10-8) in singles and 8-1 in doubles (with Luke Edmondson). Congrats.