Cut Out For Success

Photos by Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald
Jack Seger of Jasper, 4, left, and his sister Ellie, 6, danced with a larger-than-life cutout photo of their cousin Jillian Seger’s face as their sister Addie, 8, hugged Jillian, during a send-off for the Jasper High School tennis team Thursday outside the Ed Yarbrough Indoor Tennis Center at the school. The Wildcats departed for Indianapolis, where they meet South Bend St. Joseph this afternoon in the quarterfinals of the state finals.

 

Jasper High School tennis player Mallory Ahlbrand ran through a tunnel of cheering parents and supporters during Thursday's send-off for the tennis team.

 

Jasper High School tennis player Caroline Theil, right, embraced her grandmother Bernita Berger of Jasper during Thursday's send-off for the tennis team.



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