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first_img BY WARREN RAPPLEYEAStaff Writer The Raritan High School girls tennis team’s record is rather deceiving at 6-12, but the Rockets have played very well in the Shore Conference’s highly competitive Class A Central division. The division includes some of the top teams in the state, let alone the conference, in Manasquan, Holmdel, Rumson-Fair Haven and RBC, and the Rockets get to play each of them twice. In addition, Raritan has lost 3-2 decisions to St. John Vianney, Monmouth Regional, Colts Neck and Freehold Township. “This is a tough conference and we knew going in that this year it would be an uphill battle,” Rockets coach Gary Schlenker said. “Yet the girls have stayed positive and they’ve played hard in every match. I’ve been at this school for a long time and the kids here always play tough. This team is no exception.” There have been several bright spots, including victories over Howell and Group IV Edison, a match that came down to the final game in second doubles. Raritan won on freshman Kim Minor’s with darkness descending. At the top of the lineup, Samantha Miller has posted eight wins. The sophomore battles for every point and has played through an annoying shoulder injury throughout the campaign. This year Miller developed a drop shot and is working to improve on her serve. Kristin MacDonald, a tricaptain, holds down the second slot. She has six wins, including a success against Edison. Sophomore Paulina Kauzljar, recently moved into the third spot after being promoted from the junior varsity and has five wins to her credit. Both McDonald and Kauzljar keep the ball in play and pounce on opposition miscues. Kaitlin McGlynn and Lisa Szuczplak, the Rockets other captains, are at first doubles where they have won seven times. McGlynn is better known for his basketball talents, while Szuczplak is a key member of Raritan’s softball team. The duo relies on athletic ability using different formations to confuse opponents, Schlenker said. Minor is paired at second doubles with sophomore Allysa Leminski. The two have recently moved into the starting lineup and have three wins, including the victory over Edison. “This is a good team and even though our record is not great the girls have played well,” the coach said. “Next year they’ll be even better. We’ve got 25 players on the JV and several of them should get a chance on varsity next year. We have a lot of potential. Knocking off Edison, which was 10-5 at the time, was huge. That shows what the team is capable of.” BY WARREN RAPPLEYEA Staff Writer last_img read more

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