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    Head tennis coach Scott Yarbrough posed with then-seniors Ashley Rogers, left, Mackenzie Hilsmeyer, Elizabeth Theil and Abby Rogers after the Jasper girls tennis team won the regional championship at Ed Yarbrough Tennis Complex on May 22. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Jasper senior Luke H. Hochgesang showed Lila Seger of Jasper, 4, how to correctly hold her racket during the summer tennis camp at Ed Yarbrough Tennis Complex on June 12. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Ashley Rogers, a 2013 graduate, back left, and juniors Julia Ariens and Anna Flick coached a program designed for 4- and 5-year-olds at the Ed Yarbrough Tennis Complex on June 26. Many of the instructors at the camp are current or past Jasper tennis players. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    CC Hanneman of Jasper, 6, helped collect tennis balls June 12 during the summer tennis camp at the Ed Yarbrough Tennis Complex. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    The Jasper boys tennis team gathered in front of the Ed Yarbrough Tennis Complex clubhouse for a few last minute words of coaching from head coach Scott Yarbrough before the boys tennis sectional in Jasper on Wednesday. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Head coach Scott Yarbrough, right, spoke to the girls tennis team in the clubhouse following the girlsÕ regional championship win May 22 at the Ed Yarbrough Tennis Complex in Jasper. Listening to Yarbrough were, clockwise from bottom left, Maria Lueken, then a freshman, Anna Flick, then a sophomore, Elisabeth Ahlbrand, then a junior, and then-seniors Ashley Rogers, Elizabeth Theil, Abby Rogers and Mackeznie Hilsmeyer. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Jasper girls tennis player Brooke Lueken, then a junior, third from right, laughed with teammates and then-sophomores Emily Messmer, second from right, and Julia Ariens, right, during a pre-match breakfast at Azura CafŽ in Jasper on May 25. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Members of the boys tennis team, freshman Bryce Siegel, left, freshman Nathaniel James, his brother Nick, a junior, and junior Nick Monesmith horsed around while watching teammate Ben Seng, a senior, play pingpong at the Monesmith home in Jasper after a home match Sept. 13. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Head coach Scott Yarbrough congratulated senior Ben Seng after he and his doubles partner, Alex Allen, won a match against Vincennes Lincoln at Ed Yarbrough Tennis Complex in Jasper on Sept. 24. ÒHe treats them like sons,Ó said Lucy Weaver of Jasper, the mother of junior player Grant Weaver. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Jasper senior Ben Seng, second from right, received the sectional trophy from Jasper High School Principal Brian Wilson during the awards ceremony after the boys tennis sectional finals at Ed Yarbrough Tennis Complex in Jasper on Thursday. The title was JasperÕs 33rd sectional title for the boys, while the girls have captured 26 sectionals. Only four schools in Indiana have combined to win more sectional championships. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Jasper then-seniors Ashley Rogers, left, Elizabeth Theil, Abby Rogers and Mackenzie Hilsmeyer gathered in the tennis clubhouse after winning the regional championship at the Ed Yarbrough Tennis Complex on May 22. Rachel Mummey/The Herald