Courtesy Photo Cougar players on their Spring Break trip to Montgomery, Alabama.

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Cougar players on their Spring Break trip to Montgomery, Alabama.

The Grayson County Cougars Tennis team took a trip to Montgomery, Alabama over Spring Break.

According to Tennis Coach Sherry Vincent, the Spring Break trips "over the years have proven to be instrumental for the growth and development for the Cougar Tennis program. It affords opportunity to be on the court practicing repitition drills that reinforce muscle memory - to gain a better understanding of team membership growth."

Coach Vincent said the players were able to practice working as a team, being accountable for their actions and taking responcibility.

She said they were able to find "purpose and direction" as they move forward in the season.

According to Coach Vincent, "the anatomy of the line up is finalized in this mid-season play."

Vincent said the professional tennis instructors in Montgomery gave the players "creative drill sessions" and "challenged the players" to think critically about how to construct points.

She said they focused on "foot work," which is "the essential ingredient for a complete consistent tennis match."

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Cougar players on their Spring Break trip to Montgomery, Alabama.

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Payton Woosley.

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Sr. Nathan Mattingly and Chase Richardson getting drills and instruction for play.

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Grant Manion.